The countdown is on…

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The countdown is on to the 2017 Saint Ignatius Art Show! An official South Australian Living Arts Festival (SALA) event, this popular biennial exhibition features paintings, sculptures, glass art and other creative works by dozens of established or emerging South Australian artists.

Opening Night

Tickets are now on sale for the Opening Night gala, sponsored by Sevenhill Cellars and featuring Peter Goers as guest speaker. Opening Night guests will get to mingle with friends and artists, enjoy drinks and canapés, and will have the first chance to purchase artwork on display at the Art Show.

Click here to book your ticket before it sells out!

Date: Friday 11 August 2017.
Time: 7.00 – 10.30 pm.
Location: Saint Ignatius’ College Junior School, 62 Queen St, Norwood.
Cost: $50 per person.

Weekend Exhibition

The weekend exhibition on Saturday and Sunday will feature talks by artists, demonstrations, music, a café, a bar, and more!

Free entry – no ticket or booking required.

Date: Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 August 2017.
Time: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm (both days).
Location: Saint Ignatius’ College Junior School, 62 Queen St, Norwood.
Cost: Free entry.

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Featured Artist: Sally Heinrich

Sally has illustrated more than 30 books for young readers. Her most recent picture book, One Step at a Time (written by Jane Jolly), won an honour in the 2016 CBCA Book of the Year awards. Their new collaboration, Papa Sky, will be released in October.

Sally’s commissioned artwork ranges in scale from wine labels through to a mural for the Singapore Zoo. Her work has been recognised through fellowships from Asialink, Arts SA and others. Her original pieces have been widely exhibited in Australia and Asia and are held in collections around the world.

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Kaltjiti Arts

Saint Ignatius Art Show is thrilled to partner with Kaltjiti Arts, an Aboriginal art centre in the remote community of Fregon in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands of South Australia.

The art centre is the heart and cultural focal point of the small community, serving as place of inspiration and creativity. Through their artwork, Indigenous elder artists teach the younger generations about cultural traditions and stories, passing on knowledge which in turn was passed down through their ancestors. The art works are beautiful, varied and imbued with narrative.

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2017 Sponsorship

Our Sponsors

Saint Ignatius Art Show could not be the successful event it has become without the support of our sponsors and partners.

We encourage you to support these businesses in appreciation of their commitment to the Art Show and to the College.

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Sevenhill Winery

Gold Sponsor and Opening Night Sponsor

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       Argo on the Parade

People’s Choice and Featured Artist Sponsor

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‘Shhhhh! It’s a Library Sponsor

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Foodland Norwood

Rector’s Choice Sponsor

www.norwoodfoodland.com.au

Facebook – Norwood Foodland

 

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Swan Family Lawyers

Kaltjiti Arts & Crafts Sponsor

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Facebook – Swan Family Lawyers

 

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Hender Consulting

 

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Margaret Carty Podiatry

Banner Sponsor

66 Shipsters Road, Kensington Park  Phone:  8332 8104

 

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Johnson Winter Slattery Lawyers

Artshow Catalogue Sponsor

www.jws.com.au

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Grieve Gillett Andersen Architects

Artshow Catalogue Sponsor

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Artshow Catalogue Sponsor

www.duografik.com.au

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Saint Ignatius’ College

Billboard Sponsor

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Saint Ignatius’ College Foundation

Billboard Sponsor

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Old Ignatians Association of Saint Ignatius’ College

Billboard Sponsor

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Parents and Friends Association of Saint Ignatius’ College

Billboard Sponsor

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 “The results of philanthropy are always beyond calculation.”

~Miriam Beard

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SALA Festival August 2017

Saint Ignatius Art Show is pleased to be included in the 2017 SALA program as an exhibiting event showcasing South Australian artists and their work. The Saint Ignatius Art  Show also aims to extend audiences by hosting the event at the Saint Ignatius Junior School campus on Queen Street in Norwood it is encouraging young artists to imagine possibilities and experience a range of artistic mediums. The community event has established its reputation as a showcase of established and emerging local artists.

SALA 2017

The SALA Festival was established in 1998 to promote and celebrate the many talented visual artists in South Australia. Their aim to extend audiences still remains a cornerstone of the Festival, and as an umbrella organisation they have continued a policy of inclusiveness allowing all artists at any level and working in any medium to be part of the annual SALA Festival every August.

Vision

To create and sustain an environment in which South Australian visual artists are supported, valued and celebrated.

Mission

SALA provides a range of opportunities and initiatives that celebrate and promote South Australian visual artists, locally, nationally and internationally. Initiatives include the annual SALA Festival, an innovative, community-based State-wide festival.

Approach

SALA is committed to inclusivity, innovation, excellence, sustainability and accountability. SALA fosters a wide range of mutually beneficial collaborations and partnerships to achieve its Vision and Mission.

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“Above all, we are coming to understand that the arts incarnate the creativity of a free people. When the creative impulse cannot flourish, when it cannot freely select its methods and objects, when it is deprived of spontaneity, then society suffers.”                                     ~John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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Artists and Images 2017

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Our Fabulous Artists are starting to send us some images. It is starting to get exciting. Although we want to keep you informed of how the Art Show is progressing, the real surprises will be on Opening Night Friday 11th August 2017.

Tickets are on sale now [HERE].

Keep checking in to have a preview of the marvellous works you will see at the Saint Ignatius Art Show.

Artist images and statements will be posted under 2017 In Anticipation tab above.

Make sure you keep in touch with the Saint Ignatius Art Show;

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Contributing Artists Collage: top left, Malcolm Richards “Toward a lighter heart”; top left, Alison Main “Moon Passage”; lower left, Liz Butler, “Walk a Fine Line”; lower right, Mike Barr, “Franklin Rain”.

 

 

“If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you:

I am here to live out loud.”

― Émile Zola

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The Helpmann Academy

 

The Saint Ignatius Art Show is proud to be exhibiting the art of The Helpmann Academy Graduates.

EMPOWERING SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S BEST EMERGING ARTISTS TO REALISE THEIR VISIONS AND BUILD SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES

The Helpmann Academy is the only organisation of its kind in Australia.

 

 

2017 HELPMANN ACADEMYGRADUATE EXHIBITION FEATURED ARTISTS

The Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition has an established reputation as the showcase exhibition of South Australia’s best emerging artists. See the catalogue of the 2017 Exhibition [HERE].

Sally Goldsmith |Adelaide College of the Arts (TAFE SA / Flinders University)

Sonya Moyle |Adelaide College of the Arts (TAFE SA / Flinders University)

Nerida Bell | Adelaide College of the Arts (TAFE SA) / Flinders University graduate, received The David Hayden Professional Development Award

Mirjana Dobson | Adelaide College of the Arts (TAFE SA) / Flinders University graduate, received The City Rural Insurance / Helpmann Travel Award

Mirjana Dobson, Synthetic Organism (detail of installation). Photo by Jasmine Van Der Byl.

Mirjana Dobson, Synthetic Organism (detail of installation). Photo by Jasmine Van Der Byl. 

2016 HELPMANN ACADEMY GRADUATE EXHIBITION FEATURED ARTISTS

Jonathan George | Adelaide Central School of Art

Lisa Losada | Adelaide Central School of Art

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Prayer flags – clouds – in progress by Sally Heinrich feature artist 2017

Saint Ignatius Art Show 2017 – Friday August 11th – Sunday August 13th.

It is a community event  not to be missed!

The Saint Ignatius Art Show is a high quality exhibition of paintings, prints, drawings, objects and sculpture from new and established local Artists.

This event is held at Queen Street, Norwood (the Junior School campus) every two years. It is part of the SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival.

Part of the show is reserved for artwork from an indigenous community in South Australia’s APY lands.

The installation of small artworks from a cross section of artists will celebrate “SHHHHHH…..It’s a Library”. In a way which is original, creative and accessible to everyone.

The Friday night opening event is a chance to celebrate with friends and rub shoulders with some of the artists as you view the showcase of local art. The exhibition continues across the weekend with a range of activities to captivate your imagination and senses.

Look out for Artist’s talks and demonstrations during the weekend.

Start an art collection or add to an existing one. All art sold will contribute to the school and encourage young artists, potential curators and future exhibitions.

Tickets for opening night on sale now. [HERE]

 

 

Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” Pablo Picasso

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Kaltjiti Arts

Kaltjiti Arts

The Saint Ignatius Art Show is thrilled to be able to partner with the community based, Aboriginal art centre in the remote community of Fregon in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands of South Australia.

The artists of Kaltjiti Arts produce paintings as the primary art form as well as limited edition prints in the form of etchings.  The artistic styles at Kaltjiti Arts are varied and explore many different expressions of mark making that translate and are inspired by the surrounding arid landscape that is rich with colour, form, and embedded with ancient stories of the region.

James Parker (artist, artshow committee member and parent) has recently returned from an extended visit in the APY Lands with the Kaltjiti artisits and Bev Peacock, as arts manager has enthusiastically supported the Saint Ignatius Art Show for 2017. The art works and paintings are beautiful and varied. The pieces will be a draw card to the art show for experienced art enthusiasts and people new to art appreciation.

 

2017 Kaltjiti Art is bold, tender, full of growth and narrative. The Saint Ignatius Art Show will be enhanced by the contribution made by the varied artists who live in the centre of this country and who paint the stories from their hearts. In August, you too might be captivated by these piece.

In anticipation…..

collage_kaltjiti2Taster Collage of Kaltjiti Arts pieces, detail only.

 

 

 

“This world is but a canvas to our imagination.”

~Henry David Thoreau

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