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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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