How do we love thee? Let us count the ways…
Fine Art Kangaroo Island is honoured to feature as Venue #100 in the 2016 SALA Festival program. The Island’s very best artists are back at the National Wine Centre in August, and we can’t wait to see you for the exhibition. It’s only weeks away!
We’re pulling out all the stops to make this year’s SALA Festival exhibition our best yet, and the only thing that will make it even more exciting is to have you join us in person.
Artists featured in How do we love thee? Let us count the ways…Kangaroo Island Grass Tree and Green Carpenter Bee include Audrey Harnett, Caroline Taylor, Cath Cantlon, Cecilia Gunnarsson, Deborah Sleeman, Diana Keir, Evette Sunset, Fred Peters, Gay de Mather, Janet Ayliffe, Jenny Clapson, Kenita Williamson, Llewelyn Ash, Maggie Welz, Merril Hansen, Michele Lane, Mishka Ammann, Patti Blucher, Peggy Rismiller and Quentin Chester.
We’re privileged to have Adelaide Festival Joint Artistic Director Rachel Healy officially open the exhibition this year. Join us for the Opening between 2pm and 4pm, Sunday August 7 or drop in daily from August 5 – 28 between 9am and 6pm.
Enter via the main gates on Hackney Road, or walk through the Botanic Gardens pedestrian entrance from Botanic Road. The O-Bahn construction project has made things a little interesting around the Wine Center in recent months, and things are not yet back to normal. There is some limited parking on Hackney Road, but be aware it is tricky to do a U-turn and return. In any case, it’s still super easy to get to the venue. There is paid parking available in the Parking station at North Terrace House Car Park, 21 North Terrace, Hackney which costs $2 per hour with a maximum of $10. You’ll find more on how to get there and where to find parking right here. You can also leave your car further away and take advantage of free city bus and tram services.
See you soon!
Fred and Fleur