By stepping into Adelaide’s iconic arts venue, you can experience the beauty and wonder of visual and performing arts – for free!
On view, you may see Adelaide Festival Centre’s works of art collections, legendary costumes worn by the stars, renderings by famous set designers, contemporary Indigenous art, photographic, cross-cultural exhibitions and many more – these fascinating exhibitions are a major feature of Adelaide Festival Centre’s cultural offerings all year round and across all venues.
All exhibitions are FREE and current listings are below.
Meryl Tankard Two Feet Exhibition
An exhibition of original costumes from Two Feet, performed in the Dunstan Playhouse in 2004, kindly donated by Meryl Tankard to the Performing Arts Collection at Adelaide Festival Centre in 2019Read More
Chinese New Year Exhibition
To celebrate Chinese New Year and the cultural connections between Australia and China we present two solo exhibitions by artists Tianli Zu and Ping Chen.Read More
Memories of Her Majesty's Theatre
Watch artists and patrons share their most memorable HMT experiences, re-discover long hidden artefacts, costumes, programs, photographs and the memories they each represent.Read More
Performing Arts Collection
Home to many prestigious and unique collections that embody over 200 years of South Australian performing arts history.Read More
Adelaide Festival Centre Works of Art Collection
Boasting an impressive collection of artworks, paintings, sculptures, photography & textiles.Read More
Open Call: Video Art + Digital Media
Adelaide Festival Centre is seeking Expression of Interest (EOI) from video and media artists to take part in this exciting new stage of the project.Read More
Screening Artists: Video Art + Digital Media
See the list of currently screening artists on Adelaide Festival Centre’s digital screens.Read More
Walk of Fame Exhibition
Adelaide’s Walk of Fame honours the diverse artists who have graced Adelaide Festival Centre stages.Read More
Another Life: Human Flows / Unknown Odysseys
Each day sees the geopolitical climate becoming more defined by the impact of mass migration and, as this is a recurring theme in the 2019 Adelaide Festival, it’s fitting that the centrepiece of its visual arts component is this mighty exhibition from the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography.Read More