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Adelaide Fashion Festival Opening Gala The Adelaide Fashion Festival has officially been launched during an event held at Government House, with Adelaide dignitaries celebrating with Adelaide’s fashion industry. Finesse Models showcased the South Australian designers that will be at the forefront of the nine day event that kicks off on Fri Oct 18 and finishes on Sat Oct 26, spreading themselves throughout Government House, giving the guests even greater incentive to snoop through the historic venue. Among the models were the Faces Of The Festival for 2013 and 2012, Lucy Bayet and Melissa ‘MJ’ Johannsen.
AFF Event Reminders Fri Oct 18, 11.45am-3pm – Variety On King William Rd & High Tea Sat Oct 19, 11am & 1pm – High Tea: Westfield Tea Tree Plaza Sun Oct 20, 10am-4pm – Norwood Place Parades Photos: Simon Cecere
Sun Oct 20, 7pm – Boutique, Central Market U-Park Tue Oct 22, 5pm – Myer Centre Level 1 Uncovered For the full program visit adelaidefashionfestival.com.au
To Market With spring underway it’s time to wander outside to hunt for your next sartorial treasure. Here are some markets that are happening around town this weekend to help you get off cyberspace and into some open space.
Damn The Man Night Markets
Bank St Pop-Up Markets
Norwood Fashion Market
Adelaide’s favourite night market returns at the new Ergo Apartment site for the first time. Check out this new space and find some treats for yourself while you’re at it.
Renew Adelaide is setting up a pop-up market on the newly refurbished Bank St laneway. Head over for your lunch break or as a way to skip the traffic on the way home from work.
In between the parades on the Parade, have a fossick around the markets set up by the same revolutionary minds behind the Gilles Street Markets.
WHERE: Stamford Court, Ergo Laneway WHEN: Fri Oct 18, 4-9pm
WHERE: Bank St WHEN: Wed Oct 16 – Sat Oct 19, 12-7pm
WHERE: The Parade, Norwood WHEN: Sun Oct 20, 10am-4pm
Information Night Thursday, 24 October 2013 | 6 - 7.30 pm
Associate Degree of Visual Art | Bachelor of Visual Art | Bachelor of Visual Art (Hons) An opportunity for prospective students to learn about studying at Adelaide Central School of Art and to hear about career pathways taken by graduates of the School. Venue: Teaching & Studio Building, level 2 Lecture Room. Glenside Cultural Precinct, 7 Mulberry Road Glenside SA 5065 [via Gate 1, 226 Fullarton Road] Learn about our award programs, enrolment process and scholarships. Bookings are preferred. Reserve your place by 21 October, call (08) 8299 7300 or email email@example.com
Presentations by: • • • •
Roy Ananda - Head of Sculpture, graduate 2001 Daryl Austin - Head of Painting Ingrid Kellenbach - CEO Jenna Pippett - graduate 2012
PLUS tour the campus including student studios.
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