sala in the fleurieu
Posted: 19 August 2018
You don’t have to be an art aficionado to appreciate the SALA festival.
In fact, that is what the SALA is all about - showcasing the talent and creativity of South Australian artists, regardless of their age, background or experience.
The South Australian Living Artists festival really does live up to its name – when else can you experience the extensive array of art on such a large scale? The diversity of works is impressive.
The 2018 Fleurieu Peninsula exhibitions are equally as inspiring. The mediums range from watercolour, painting and sculpture through to jewellery, photography, textiles, string art, pottery and glass. So, no matter what your interest, there is a plethora to feast your eyes on.
With too many Fleurieu Peninsula venues to list here we have selected a few to get your creative juices flowing, as well as a few suggestions to indulge in food therapy:
Monique Garrood, 'Dune'
The Art Parlour Pop Up Art Market
19th August 2018
The Arts Centre, 22 Gawler Street, Port Noarlunga
Hortas is the winner of Savour Australia’s 2017 Best Seafood Restaurant in South Australia. You won’t be short on options for your mains, especially in the seafood department, but quietly we have our eyes on the desserts – wait till you try the Portuguese Molotof!
Barbara Pettigrew, 'Bungala Park, Yankalilla'
Drawing on Country – where art meets environment
12th – 26th August 2018
The Centre, 181 Main South Road, Yankalilla
A stop at the Normanville Kiosk & Café is a must, not just for the stunning sea views. Just to get your mouth watering now, have a think about tasting your way through their Seafood medley.
Wendy Williams, 'Baked in'
Polarity – Wendy Williams
2nd – 30th August 2018
Nino’s Restaurant, 17 Albert Place, Victor Harbor
Nino’s is a Victor Harbor institution, just ask any local. Whilst you’re there for the art, stay on and enjoy one of their traditional Italian stone oven pizzas or sink your teeth into a juicy burger.
Zilpa van der Gragt, 'Oddfellows Hall'
Wood Fired Wax – Zilpa van der Gragt
1st August – 2nd September 2018
Oddfellows Hall, 75 Bridge Road, Langhorne Creek
Lake Breeze is not just a winery; their selection of platters and meals will satisfy the hungriest of tummies. Some of the delectable options include chowder, crispy skin pork belly and a chorizo, heirloom carrot & beetroot salad.
Head to the SALA website to view the full selection of exhibitions in the Fleurieu Peninsula.
The SALA festival runs until the end of August 2018 and if you need more information on what to do while on the Fleurieu Peninsula contact anyone of our 5 Visitor Information Centres.
Contacts for information & bookings
Five Visitor Information Centres are spread across the Fleurieu Peninsula. Each has a dedicated team of locals and resources to support you during your stay.
They can provide you with assistance in booking your trip, planning details for your visit, or give advice on what is happening in the region during your stay.