TAG: Explore Adelaide
The Ramsay Art Prize is an annual contest for Australian artists under 40 working in any medium. The exhibition of this year’s finalists starts this Saturday, and there are some extremely interesting and strange artworks on show, including the pictured Mother is my Monarch by Melbourne artist Julia deVille.
When: 25 May – 25 August 2019
Courtesy: Laurine Kaul
Pint of Science Australia delivers science engagement, primarily through a national festival, that builds the Australian public’s appreciation of science, contributes positively to combat inequity and negative stereotypes within the Australia science sector, establishes and supports cross-discipline collaborations, and celebrates and champions excellence in the Australian science and science engagement sectors.
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If you want to explore the city more, the city council’s Students page is an excellent resource, including guides to restuarants, shopping, night life, parks, attractions, volunteering, and more. Make sure you make the most of your time in Adelaide by checking it out.
Go to the page.
The twice-yearly Bowerbird design market brings together designers, artisans, artists, and makers from all over Australia. The market features everything from fashion to homewears to food and drink.
When: Friday 3 May (4.00pm – 9.00pm) – Sunday 5 May (10.00am – 5.00pm)
Where: Adelaide Showground
How much: Adults $5 entry, children 12 and under free
More info: See the […]
All month long, the History Festival festival promotes the State’s wonderful historical collections, places and stories through an amazing range of history-related activities.
More info and what’s on: See the website
If you live in the city, then you’re invited to an upcoming Welcome Dinner. It’s a great way for you to meet new friends, try foods from all over the world, learn about other cultures, and have a lot of fun! Though tickets are currently fully booked, you can apply to the waiting list for […]
Ever wonder what the inside of the Adelaide Town Hall or Government House look like? This Sunday is your chance to find out, with an opportunity to take a behind-the-scenes peek at areas generally off limits to outside eyes.
When: Sunday 7 October, 10.00am – 4.00pm
Where: Adelaide Town Hall and Government House
How much: Free
More info: See […]
Did you know South Australia’s own Barossa Valley is home to some of the oldest vineyards in the world?
International students are invited to join StudyAdelaide at the National Wine Centre to discover the amazing wines which South Australia is renowned for. Enjoy tutored tastings with knowledgeable wine educators and sample some of Australia’s most famous […]
Tour group Words on Wheels has another discounted student trip planned for the mid-semester break. This time, you have to opportunity to go whale watching on the Fleurieu Peninsula. (Also bonus trip to a chocolate factory.)
When: July 9 2018
How much: $85 per person
More info & sign up: See the information flyer
Words On Wheels has planned another tour for the winter break . The tour is on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of July.
This time we are heading to the South East of South Australia so as to take in the sights of the spectacular Blue Lake, Coonawarra and the World Heritage listed, Naracoorte Caves.
It is […]