Fabrik is South Australia's newest centre for arts and heritage.
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.
SALA at Fabrik
Explore four different exhibitions during the South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA).
Friday 9 August - Sunday 1 September
Thursdays - Sundays, 11:00am - 4:00pm
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During this period there are also opportunities to participate in high-quality workshops with some of the region's most talented textile artists.
Saturday 10 August, 11:00am - 3:30pm | Entrapment with Sue Garrad
Create your own piece of jewellery, trapping a piece of fabric, embroidery, or treasured textile inside.
Friday 16 August, 1:00pm - 4:00pm | Sashiko with Donna Gordge
Learn the traditional Japanese stitching technique used to reinforce, mend, and beautify textile items.
Friday 23 August, 11:00am - 4:00pm | Freestyle coiled basketry with Deb Twining
Immerse yourself in this workshop where all kinds of mediums are the go, from raffia to copper wire.
Sunday 1 September, 1:00pm - 4:00pm | Blackwork with Sera Waters
Explore basic pattersn, how to create tonal shifts, and its many beautiful applications.
For more arts events please see our events page and filter by category Art & Culture.
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)