The Adelaide Hills is strongly represented each year in the SALA Festival as numerous galleries, studios, restaurants and businesses exhibit local artists. There are over 40 exhibitions in the Adelaide Hills as part of SALA 2017.
Adelaide Hills Council is supporting the following SALA exhibitions:
SALA at the Summit
Adelaide Hills Wild – 18 to 27 August
The Summit Community Centre and Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre present an exhibition reflecting nature, space, life and place of the Adelaide Hills.
The exhibition will showcase work from experienced and emerging local artists.
Exhibition open: Friday 18 to Sunday 27 August. Mon - Fri 9am to 3pm, Sunday - 12 to 4pm.
Summit Community Centre, 4 Crescent Dve, Norton Sumit
Summit Craft Market
Your opportunity to find a hand crafted treasure on Sunday 20 August from 12 to 4pm. Browse amongst wood turning, handmade knitting, cards, delicious treats from the CWA and more.
SALA at the Woollen Mill
A Bright and Savage Land
Artists were invited to reflect on the beautiful but sometimes unforgiving nature of the Adelaide Hills.
Exhibition open: Saturday 5 to Sunday 27 August. Weekends 11am to 4pm.
Building 20, Onkaparinga Woollen Mill Museum Inc, Adelaide Rd, Lobethal
Museum and Art at the Woollen Mill
August sees an exhibition showcasing Woollen Mill memorabilia, junk art, sculpture, mixed media, photography, charcoal, life drawing and wood art.
The exhibition features the work of award winning Junk Artist Steve Oatway, plus local artists Belinda Broughton, Ervin Janek, Marianne Fowler, and Zoltan Nemorosa.
Exhibition open throughout August on weekends from 11am to 3pm.
Building 21, Onkaparinga Woollen Mill Museum Inc, Adelaide Rd, Lobethal
Check out the SALA program for more events.