Helen Pickford, History Receding, Painting

Throughout August this year artists on the Eyre Peninsula will be showcasing their work as a part of the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival. Created in 1998, the SALA Festival is a celebration of visual arts in the state and is inclusive of artists working at all levels.

There is an exciting number of local participants this year, with events to be held in Louth Bay, Streaky Bay, Whyalla, Port Lincoln, Elliston, Port Kenny and Mt Dutton Bay. The festival is an opportunity for both the arts community and the public to be able to share and experience a great variety of art.

You can check out the details for the local exhibitions below:

Art for Albatross – 26 Aug
Seaside Studio
23 South-East Terrace, Louth Bay

Connections – 1st-31st Aug
Bay Funktion Cafe
51 Wells Street, Streaky Bay

Drawing on Country: Whyalla – 3rd – 31st Aug
Patterston St, Whyalla

Drawing on Country: Streaky Bay – 30th Jul – 31st Aug
Elliotts Bakery & Cafe
25 Alfred Terrace, Streaky Bay

Embrace EP – 3rd-17th Aug
Port Lincoln Hotel
1 Lincoln Highway, Port Lincoln

Get Your Art On – 1st – 31st Aug
Elliston Community & Visitor Information Centre, Community Hall
5 Memorial Drive, Elliston

Girls Having Fun – 4th – 17th Aug
Picture Perfect Framing and Artist Supplies
30 St Andrews Terrace, Port Lincoln

Port Kenny Hotel Exhibition – 1st – 31st Aug
Port Kenny Hotel
19 Flinders Highway, Port Kenny

What Can You See? – 22nd – 26th Aug
Mt Dutton Bay Woolshed
1 Woolshed Drive, Mt Dutton Bay

 

Visit the SALA website www.salafestival.com for more information on the festival and its statewide events.

(Featured image by Helen Pickford, History Receding, Painting)

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