Stroll Along the Salisbury SALA Trail

Released on 16 July 2018
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The community is invited to explore the Salisbury SALA Trail this August, as the annual South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary.

The Salisbury SALA Trail will run for the whole month of August. The trail will feature an array of artworks at numerous venues across the City of Salisbury.

Exhibits on the trail include Freedom by Salisbury Art Society (John Harvey Gallery) Light and Shadows by Hans Koppan (Para Hills Centre), The Inner Worlds of Emily Doan (Twelve25 Salisbury Youth Enterprise Centre), Hall of Fame by Joy Wright (Len Beadell Library), Alissar's Art Gallery by Alissar Aleid (Burton Community Centre), and Broad Strokes by Dawn Anderson (Mawson Centre).

City of Salisbury Mayor Gillian Aldridge, OAM, said Salisbury was home to a wealth of “remarkable and talented” artists.

“This year’s SALA trail is a fabulous opportunity to enjoy and explore creative works created by artists from the local area,” Mayor Aldridge said.

“We’re proud to support events like these, which help to foster the creative community around Salisbury. 

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