Bridgewater Arts Centre 407 Mount Barker Road Feb 27th and 24th, 2023 About this event After a SOLD OUT season last year, we are back with more! Join us for a two-hour guided painting session to create your very own version of classics by Van Gogh, Monet, Klimt OR to paint one of our popular originals like Mindful Mandala and Cocktail artNo art experience required! Note: Both sessions start at 6:30pm. 17th Feb – Van Gogh’s Starry Night 24th Feb – Klimt’s Tree of Life Important information:Ticket includes: A take-home canvas, use of paints, brushes, easels, aprons at the venue and a welcome drink for the non-Paintelaide studio events. Further drinks are available for sale. Presented by:Paintelaide Pty Ltd Our team of local artists conducts intimate and personalised paint and sip events at Paintelaide studio (120 Prospect Road) and also travels across SA to host mobile paint and sip eventsRead more…Paintelaide Studio
Bridgewater Arts Centre, 407 Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater SA 5155 Fri 3rd March 8pm About this event a poetic journey through the deep and into light we begin with poems and stories of life lived, love shared then we enter life’s tunnels and caves, poems and stories from the wilderness, the night we emerge into the light with poems and stories of restoration, healing, renewal, and hope includes new work, and work from the artist’s collections and past performances raw. honest. cathartic. hopeful. Presented by:Sarah Agnew Storyteller and poet, Sarah Agnew has told stories in Edinburgh, at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, Cheltenham, at Greenbelt Festival, and in various parts of the USA and Australia. Whisper on My Palm is the latest of four poetry collections, and its journey through grief for a parent, lament as a community after bushfires and a pandemic. The journey to joyful discoveries of healing andRead more…Coming back to life
Thursday 16th March 7:30pmBridgewater Arts Centre 407 Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater SA. “Lilting folk tunes overlaid with sprightly Kora (West African harp) playful strings and dreamy harmonies as though Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon had convened in a Bamako back street.“ – The Guardian December 2021 Miriam Lieberman’s music, accompanied by Lara Goodridge on vioin, presents themes of love for the natural world, stories of transformation, motherhood, love, loss and the power of imagination. The music is coloured by Miriam’s transformational time studying in Latin America & West Africa that have left an imprint on her musical style though contemporary in its tone. Featuring feathery-soft strings that evoke hauntingly beautiful memories, Miriam’s music is a mesmerising ride that vibes Kate Bush, but also sounds completely modern – if you’re not swaying are you even listening? Join us in the intimate, newly renovated concert space of Bridgewater Arts Centre.
We have a few events lined up for Adelaide Fringe as well as a May gig with Rachel Collis from Sydney in May. More details to come. Click on the menu to find ‘Past concerts’ to see who we have recently hosted.