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SALA Festival 2021

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Monday 02 August 2021 - Monday 13 September 2021

Venue: Salisbury Community Hub (John Harvey Community Hall); Para Hills Community Hub; The Mawson Centre

The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is a state wide festival of visual art. The SALA Festival was established in 1998 to promote and celebrate the many talented visual artists in South Australia. The aim is to extend visual arts audiences. The SALA Festival has continued a policy of inclusiveness allowing all South Australian visual artists of any level and working in any medium to be part of our annual SALA Festival every August.

Salisbury celebrates SALA by showcasing local artists in venues within the City of Salisbury. We are proud to support and promote emerging and professional artists living in the City of Salisbury through payment of their SALA 2021 registration.

Below are the exhibitions the City of Salisbury will be hosting as part of the 2021 SALA Festival.

Colour by Salisbury Arts Society

Salisbury Community Hub – Ground Floor
34 Church Street, Salisbury
Exhibition dates: 2 August to 13 September

Colour invokes a mood, a feeling, a memory, even a reaction. The works displayed by our artists will take you on their journey into the world of art. Enjoy the diversity of this group as they share their exciting and unique talents.

Global Cities by Alissar Aleid

Salisbury Community Hub – Level 1
34 Church Street, Salisbury
Exhibition dates: 2 August to 13 September 

This collection of paintings represents cities from around the world including Adelaide, Sydney, Paris, Santorini, and London.  Reflecting Alissar’s passion for traveling and architecture from different cultures.

Outback Art by Doug Firth

Mawson Centre
Main Street, Mawson Lakes
Exhibition dates: 2 August to 13 September 

Collection of naive outback art. Doug is well known and his art is sold both locally and worldwide. His art is celebrated for its bold and masterful use of colour, iconic style and Australian themes. Doug’s style of art work is often referred to as naive art. His paintings consist of outback humorous art with quirky funny titles, set around old outback pubs and the carries on of typical Aussie events.

Exhibition opening: Mawson Centre, 2-8 Main Street, Mawson Lakes on Saturday 7 August 2021, between 6.30pm to 9.30pm. RSVP or call Doug on 0403 888 878. 

Fighters by Joy Wright

Para Hills Community Hub
Wilkinson Rd, Para Hills
Exhibition dates: 2 August to 13 September 

This collection of renowned characters symbolises fighting for love passion and glory. 

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