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John Williamson is firmly cemented in the nation’s musical culture, his impressive career spans more than forty years. He has survived and soared in the often cut-throat entertainment industry. His unofficial anthems, tributes to legends and unsung heroes and tender ballads have captured the spirit of the nation in song unlike any other. His honest and passionate songs are synonymous with the country that inspires him and connect him with his countrymen regardless of age, sex or creed.

Add to this his ability to deliver unforgettable live concert experiences that combine the perfect blend of humour, romance and campfire stories woven together by his music. You can understand why he is one of the most in-demand live performers in Australia.

It all started when he penned that classic OLD MAN EMU back in 1970. From this ‘silly’ song (as he often refers to it) that went to #1 for five weeks, he has continued to create hits including TRUE BLUE, COOTAMUNDRA WATTLE, RIP RIP WOODCHIP, RAINING ON THE ROCK, THE BIG RED, WINTER GREEN, SALISBURY STREET, GALLERIES OF PINK GALAHS and HAWKESBURY RIVER LOVIN’ to name but a few of the 400+ songs written by the multi-award winning songwriter.

www.johnwilliamson.com.au

Shed Wizard
  • Visual Arts

Shed Wizard

1st September 2017 — 21st January 2018

James Dodd's practice has meandered across investigations of urban space, creative interventions in public space and notions of high and low art.

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Our Stories Our Way: Our Mob 2015 on tour
  • Visual Arts

Our Stories Our Way: Our Mob 2015 on tour

8th September 2017 — 7th January 2018

Presented by Country Arts SA

Our Stories Our Way: Our Mob 2015 on Tour is a collection of works by South Australian Aboriginal artists who exhibited in Our Mob 2015, presented by Adelaide Festival Centre and TARNANTHI Festival.

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Craft Anonymous
  • Visual Arts

Craft Anonymous

15th September 2017 — 21st January 2018

Craft Anonymous addresses ideas around the body: approaching themes of adornment, embellishment, desire/disgust, and identity: public/private, femininity/masculinity, domesticity, place, family history and a sense of belonging.

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