Exhibitions during COVID
The QBE Galleries will now be open to the public and accessible by the Festival Theatre foyer Monday - Friday 9am-5pm, plus theatre performance times.
In addition, the outdoor media screens on King William Road continue to feature works from the Moving Image Program. 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
During this time we are also working to present our programs in online formats where we can. Please continue checking here on our website for further announcements as well as the Adelaide Festival Centre Facebook page.
Our Mob 2021
Join us as OUR MOB, an outstanding exhibition of Aboriginal Art across various media, returns to Adelaide Festival Centre in 2021.Read More
Making of the Maj
'Making of the Maj' traces the history of Her Majesty's Theatre, an iconic South Australian venue.Read More
New Light 2021
Presented by Illuminate Adelaide and ANAT, New Light 2021 will showcase experimental and diverse moving image works by contemporary First Nations artists.Read More
Open Call: Moving Image Program
Adelaide Festival Centre calls for Expressions of Interest from artists across the globe to submit works for inclusion in our Moving Image Program.Read More
Artists & Works: Moving Image Program
Artist statements and information about works selected for the Moving Image Program.Read More
Performing Arts Collection
The Performing Arts Collection is a rich, diverse and ever-evolving archive that records and displays the history of the Performing Arts in South Australia.Read More
Adelaide Festival Centre Works of Art Collection
Our expansive Works of Art Collection comprises artworks, paintings, sculptures, moving image works, photography and textiles.Read More
Walk of Fame Exhibition
Our Walk of Fame honours the of talented professionals who have contributed to the performance history of Adelaide Festival Centre since it opened in 1973.Read More
Yvonne East – Bouquet for Her Majesty's Mural
Over the Summer holidays of 2021 artist Yvonne East created a large-scale, hand-painted mural titled “Bouquet for Her Majesty's" on the wall of Her Majesty’s Theatre.Read More