Flinders University City Gallery (State Library of South Australia)

  • Phone: (08) 8207 7055
  • Address:
    Flinders University City Gallery (State Library of South Australia)
    North Terrace
    Adelaide, SA 5000
  • Rating:
    0/10

Read 5 Reviews & Comments

Street View   |   Map
   

Please notify us of any changes

Description:

Flinders University City Gallery on North Terrace is centrally located to the rear of the glass foyer of the State Library of South Australia in the heart of Adelaide's cultural precinct


Wall – Reviews & Comments

Past events

Their Shadows in Us

14th December

Exploring important new territory in the South Australian visual arts landscape, this exhibition investigates and interprets the past 100 years of the...

TBA

Spinifex Country

5th October

Thriving in poor soils, spinifex (Triodia sp.) is a tough, spiky, hummock grass that covers more than twenty percent of the Australian continent. While...

TBA

Crystal Palace

27th July

TBA

Floortalk with the curator

25th August

TBA

Floortalk with the artists

10th August

TBA

Tough(er) Love : Art from Eyre Peninsula - Adelaide Fringe 2013

23rd February

This exhibition shows work by 12 artists from the region, exploring and communicating the complexities of this 'tough(er) love' affair from which there is...

Free

Window World - Adelaide Fringe 2013

22nd February

Warrarna towilla yertangga Tardanyangga “Voices of spirit and place” – Karl “Winda” Telfer Warrarna towilla yertangga Tarndanyangga – Voices of spirit and...

TBA

National Photographic Portrait Prize

9th December

Now in its fifth year, the National Photographic Portrait Prize explores the endless possibilities photography presents for capturing emotions,...

TBA

The Elaine and Jim Wolfensohn Gift: 1888 Melbourne Cup

26th October

TBA

The National Photographic Portrait Prize 2012

2nd December

The National Portrait Gallery received close to 1500 entries for the Prize and the three judges, Louise Doyle, Director, National Portrait Gallery, Joanna...

Free

From A Sunday Too Far Away South Australian Film Corporation 40th Anniversary 2012

20th October

Selected photographs, posters, films and related ephemera tell ‘behind-the-scenes’ stories of the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) as it...

Indigenous Ceramic Art Award 2012

1st September

With a combined prize pool of $33 000, the ICAA is the premier award for Indigenous Australian ceramic art. Established by Shepparton Art Museum (SAM) and...

Earth Works Contemporary Indigenous Australian Ceramic Art 2012

1st September

Earth Works is an exhibition of (mainly) contemporary Indigenous Australian pottery from diverse locations in Aboriginal Australia. While prior to...

Roads Cross Contemporary Directions In Australian Art 2012

29th June

Since the late 20th century, opportunities to engage with Australian Aboriginal art, its makers and their communities have increasingly informed Western...

Yulyurlu - Lorna Fencer Napurrula 2012

14th April

Warlpiri artist Yulyurlu Lorna Fencer Napurrurla (c.1924-2006) was a senior law woman who started painting in 1986 at the remote community of Lajamanu....

Adelaide Festival 2012: Restless 2012

2nd March

This second Adelaide International includes the work of 18 artists and features five works that will premiere in Adelaide. The exhibition explores the...

Cost: Free

Adelaide Festival 2012: Restless 2012

2nd March

This second Adelaide International includes the work of 18 artists and features five works that will premiere in Adelaide. The exhibition explores the...

Cost: Free

RESTLESS Adelaide International 2012

2nd March

This second Adelaide International includes the work of 18 artists and features five works that will premiere in Adelaide. The exhibition explores the...

Long Way Home

17th December

Long Way Home celebrates 21 years of Indigenous contribution to and achievement at Flinders University. In that time over 260 Indigenous people have...

Tasmanian Aboriginal Women's Fibre Work

17th December

Tayenebe, a Tasmanian Aboriginal word meaning 'exchange', celebrates the revitalisation of Tasmanian Aboriginal weaving that has been taking place in...

Weaving demonstrations by artists Eva Richardson and Nannette Shaw 2012

11th February

Tayenebe, a Tasmanian Aboriginal word meaning 'exchange', celebrates the revitalisation of Tasmanian Aboriginal weaving that has been taking place in...