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Arts and culture


Engaging in art, cultural or creative activities can improve your wellbeing and make your life happier and more enjoyable.

There are a variety of activities and projects online for you to enjoy without leaving the comfort of your home.

Interactive Projects

Art Gallery of South Australia

Start at the Art Gallery

At-home activities from ‘Start at the Gallery’, an exciting introduction to art for children aged 3 to 12 and their families.

InkPot Arts

Online Workshops

Drama, Singing and Creative Movement workshops for 4 – 6 year olds and 7 – 10 year olds (fee based).

State Library SA

Remember My Story

An initiative to invite all South Australians to share the changes pandemic has brought to their lives. Since settlement, it has been the State Library's community role to be the state's keeper of stories in order to preserve South Australia’s identity for future generations to see and learn from. By posting the changes to your work, home and recreational life to this page, the library can help share history.

State Theatre Company SA

Stay in with State

Stay in with State will be bringing you an array of digital content – high-quality theatre streaming, windows into our development work, captivating backstage insights, artist interviews, some try-at-home tutorials and some outrageously scandalous theatrical gossip-mongering to keep you connected and entertained until we can lift the theatre curtain once more (free).

Streamed Live Performances

Adelaide Festival Centre

Mountain Goat Mountain

Mountain Goat Mountain is an audio-led theatre experience for families to do in their home together.With guided activities that help families set up, and step into their own imaginative world, Mountain Goat Mountain is a unique experience for adults and children to do together that provides space for creative connection through play and imagination (fee based).

Michaela Burger

Sequin Sessions

Sessions with cabaret performer Michaela Burger (donations encouraged).

Wheatsheaf Hotel

Wheaty Live

An array of Adelaide artists streamed LIVE to your lounge rooms every Friday night with Wheaty Live– Friday 8 July 8pm – Glenn Skuthorpe and Band (donations encouraged).

Art on demand


Audio Description at home

A variety of Audio Described work from across the globe for you to enjoy online (free).

ACE Open

recess presents

A virtual exhibition space for experimental video work. During ‘recess presents’ (8 May – 17 July), each week a new video and complementary text will appear online.

Adelaide Central School of Art

Virtual Exhibition Tour

A special virtual tour with lecturer Nicholas Folland of exhibition Other Homes and Gardens (free).

Adelaide Festival


Recordings of 2020 Adelaide Writers Week sessions and Adelaide Festival Forum talks (free).

Getting their acts together (documentary)

Follow joint artistic directors Neil Armfield and Rachel Healy as they scour the globe to deliver the 2020 Adelaide Festival (ABC iView - free).

Adelaide Festival Centre

The Show Must Go On

Online interviews and performances to stay connected no matter where you are (free).

Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

Virtual Concert Hall

A series of online recitals featuring some of the ASO’s very own musicians (free, donation suggested)

APY Gallery

Online exhibition

The APY Gallery showcases artists working across a wide range of mediums from painting, traditional punu (wood) carving, weaving, textiles, new media and digital photography (free).

Art Gallery of South Australia

2020 Biennial Virtual Tour

View the 2020 Adelaide Biennial Virtual Tour with Curators, Artists and Guest Speakers (free).

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Image by Nat Rogers

Australian Ballet

At Home with Ballet TV digital season 2020

The Australian Ballet has launched a series of free online ballet classes for all ages and experience levels.

Australian Dance Theatre


Every fortnight unitl 24 July, at 12.00 pm ACST (UTC +9:30) ADT will be streaming one of Garry Stewart’s most well-known works for a 48 hour period (free, donation suggested).

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Image by Lois Greenfield courtesy Australian Dance Theatre

Australian String Quartet

Australian Anthology

The Australian String Quartet’s Australian Anthology project records and releases contemporary Australian works for string quartet. The recordings are released digitally, across major streaming platforms, ensuring new Australian stories are being told worldwide (access via streaming platforms).

Feast Festival


If you are an artist, community group or organisation that would like to be part of the third largest LGBTIQ+ Festival in Australia, consider registering for Feast Festival, 2020.

Feast Festival will showcase, celebrate and support a kaleidoscope of SA and interstate queer artists, culture and community as part of the Festival and our broader initiative of “Pridevember” – Pride Month in SA.

This year Feast is offering FREE or “Pay As You Can” registrations in light of COVID-19. It’s quick and easy to register!

Gravity & Other Myths

Education Resources

Engaging and flexible education resources for teachers and schools that aligns to curriculum.

History Trust SA

Online collections

Access collections and resources from Centre for Democracy, Maritime Museum, Migration Museum, National Motor Museum (free).

Museum of Discovery (MOD)

Life Interrupted

University of South Australia’s MOD is curating an online exhibition that will grow with time, with iterations from its exhibitions as well as new ideas and creations (free).

Nexus Arts

I am because you are

A multidisciplinary exhibition featuring emerging Adelaide artist Tailor Winston and visiting Ugandan artist Wamala Kyeyune Joseph (The.Wamala) (free).

Patch Theatre

Education Resources

Downloadable education kits for various Patch Theatre performances (free).

SA Museum

Content for Connection

Explore the wonders of the South Australian Museum safely from your home (free).


Slingsby by request

An Online resource of Live performance for classrooms (fee-based).

State Library of South Australia


Explore and discover areas of the State’s history, your family history, our special collections, digital collections and more through the State Library’s online collections (free)

Start an online book club group with friends and/or family, or join up with a book club online. Check the Adelaide City Libraries Book Club to register for any one of their book clubs or book groups/readings.

State Opera of South Australia

Kaspar & Maunder Podcast

State Opera Artistic Director, Stuart Maunder in conversation with some of the luminary artists and creatives that have made State Opera the company it is today (free).

State Theatre Company

Decameron 2.0

Each week, 10 South Australian writers will create 10 new characters and 10 new stories, which will be performed by 10 actors, recorded on film and digitally delivered to you over 10 weeks. 100 stories from an array of emerging and established writers, inspired by some of Boccaccio’s themes, presented in a modern and subverted context.

Each episode of DECAMERON 2.0 will be released weekly via email from early July (sign up to receive).

Theatre Republic


Created in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, PodPlay is a series of four new audio dramas showcasing the work of South Australian playwrights. Commencing 22 June 2020, each episode will be released weekly via Apple Podcasts (free, donation suggested).


Learn more about South Australian artists working in theatre (free).

Tutti Arts

The Sisters of Invention

Youtube channel of The Sisters of Invention Choir (free).

Radio Tutti

A 24/7 broadcast curated by Tutti’s own group of dedicated presenters.It features interviews with artists and performers, discussions of current events, playlists to get you through your day, experimental performances, and Tutti’s back catalogue of albums and recorded concerts (free).

Windmill Theatre

Windmill at Home

A new online platform with hands-on activities and interactive (and award-winning) digital experiences for young people (free).

Windmill at home

Writers SA

Be the artist

Always wanted to write a story? Why not get your creative juices flowing and look at the Writers SA website for inspiration, or even consider entering one of their competitions (fee-based).

Online workshops

Online workshops for writers of all levels; various dates in July-August-September (fee-based)

SALA Festival

SALA Festival invites South Australians to share their creativity and register online. As galleries, restaurants and community spaces are temporary closed, SALA has explored new ways to stay open to creativity and connection.

SALA will run from August 1 to 31 with the SALA program in digital form only via the SALA website and app. SALA invites registrations for exhibitions and other activities which can be accessed either online or while complying with physical distancing measures.

Exhibition registrations are open to visual artists of all experience levels, with the only requirement being they must be a current resident of South Australia. Registering is quick and easy with our online form.

Art Galleries & Venues you can visit in person

Check organisational websites for COVID-19 limitations/ booking requirements

Art Gallery of South Australia (open daily 10am – 5pm)

Ayers House Museum (reopens 4 July)

Burra Regional Art Gallery (open daily 10am – 4pm)

Hahndorf Academy (open daily 10am – 4pm)

Migration Museum (open daily 10am – 5pm)

MOD – Museum of Discovery (reopens 18 August)

Murray Bridge Regional Gallery (Open Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 4pm)

National Motor Museum (open via booking of a session time)

National Railway Museum (open daily 10am – 4.30pm)

Riddoch Art Gallery (open Thursday – Sunday 10am – 2pm)

SA Museum (open daily 10am – 5pm)

Samstag Museum (reopens 18 August)

Santos Museum of Economic Botany (open Wednesday – Sunday 10am – 4pm)

South Australian Aviation Museum (open daily 10.30am – 4.30pm)

South Australian Maritime Museum (open via booking of a session time)

State Library of South Australia (open 10am – 4pm Monday to Saturday)

The Bradman Collection (Open daily 9am to 4pm)

The David Roche Foundation (open Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 4pm)

More information