Fabrik is South Australia's newest centre for arts and heritage.

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Located in the striking industrial buildings of the former Onkaparinga Woollen Mill in the Hills town of Lobethal, Fabrik will bring together arts, history, and the community through exhibitions, artist studios, heritage interpretations, artists in residence and cultural events.

Although Fabrik is still in its early development stages, we still have some exciting events planned.

Winter Program 2019

June: Dream Weaving
Share creative ideas, interests, aspirations and visions that can inspire a future workshop program for Fabrik. No creative experience necessary, just a willingness to dream big and take part.
Launch | Thursday 20 June, 6pm
Ongoing | Friday 21 - Friday 28 June*, 10am - 4pm
*closed Sunday 23 June, open until 7pm on Thursday 27 June

July: Crafternoon-tea
Bring your art or craft work-in-progress, or add some rows of stitches to our charity knits, at this informal gathering of like-minded creative people. Tea and scones provided.
Thursday 11 July, Friday 19 July, and Saturday 27 July, 2pm - 4pm
Information: contact René, 08 8408 0476, rstrohmayer@ahc.sa.gov.au 
Plus: see artwork by local Artist of the Month, Belinda Broughton

August: SALA Exhibitions
Explore four different exhibitions during the South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA). Keep an eye on the SALA guide for details of these works by established and emerging artists.
Friday 9 August - Sunday 1 September
Thursdays - Sundays, 11am - 4pm

For more arts events please see our events page and filter by category Art & Culture.

More information
Read about how the name Fabrik came to be
Read the Adelaide Hills Arts and Heritage Hub Business Development Framework
Read Surfing the millstream in Lobethal (Adelaide Review)