Graves Street, Kadina
Open 10am - 4.30pm weekdays
9.30am - 11.30am Saturday
Closed Sunday & Public Holidays
Exhibitions in the Ascot
January 30th - February 23rd
Dancing With Colours
Barbara Findling came to Australia from Germany and was awarded her Diploma in Art in 1992. She likes her art to speak for itself. The colours have to be fresh and bring out emotions, feelings and dreams. Barbara wants to let her colours flow and let them spread out in any direction they want to go.
February 27th - March 30th
Cascade of Colour
Members of Copper Country Keepsakes were given the theme Cascade of Colour and once again have used their imagination and artistic talents with mixed media to put together a beautiful and colourful display. A must for all ages.
April 3rd - 27th
Two by Three
Peter Aitchison is a Moonta based artist whose work has gained recognition through various art prizes and exhibitions. Peter works mainly in watercolours but does do some work using acrylics and pastels and this exhibition includes both dimensions in art.
May 1st -6th
Copper Triangle Writers Group
Local schools have been approached with "Our Cornish Heritage" as the topic to engage whole classes in activities to explore their past and present. This display will provide the results of the projects the children have produced.
May 19th - 25th
Newbery Chemist Art Prize KERNEWEK LOWENDER 2017
This prestigious biennial event never fails to delight art lovers with quality and varied art work from around the state.
June 5th - 29th
The Divine Feminine Goddesses and Archetypes
Robyn Ravenna has dabbled in arts and crafts all her life. This exhibition presents a collection of both 2D and 3D mixed media (wood, clay, mirror, fabric, dolls, flowers and glitter) pieces reflecting the many faces of the Divine Feminine from religion, mythology, history and personal encounter. The works span the milennia and a diversity of cultures and religions.
July 3rd -27th
Germein Art Focus consists of eight established artists who, having met through their association with the Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery, decided in 2007 to exhibit as a co-operative group. Their paintings and drawings draw upon their surroundings in the Upper North and Flinders Rangers, and also reflect heritage and cultural influences from Poland, Holland, Japan, Africa and the Solomon Islands.
July 31st - August 24th
SALA 2017 (South Australian Living Artists Festival)
The SALA Festival is an annual event that celebrates practicing artists working across mediums, from professional through amateur. The District Council of the Copper Coast supports local artists and artisans in participating in a SALA event exhibition and for further details and entry forms contact the District Council of the Copper Coast on (08) 8828 1200.
August 28th - September 21st
Harvest Christian College
This diverse exhibition showcases arange of works by students from Foundation to Year 12. Harvest Christian College Students have designed, experimented and created works that demonstrate their development as artists using a variety of mediums. The collection demonstrates a variety of topics, themes and messages.
September 25th - October 19th
Spirit of the Bush
Is the spirit in the hills and mountain ranges, in the harvest of the wheat, a gathering of family or helping a person in need? We sing Waltzing Matilda but do we realise what it means? Is this, the spirit of the bush? The Northern Yorke Peninsula Art Group put brush to paint to interpret their connections to the Spirit of the Bush.
October 23rd - November 9th
Kadina Memorial School Art Showcase
A display of work completed in 2017 by the school's senior art students, years 7 to 12.
November 13th - December 23rd
Christmas Gift Shop
A wonderful selection of unique and hand crafted gifts for those family and friends on your Christmas list. Also available will be a wide range of wonderful decorations for your home. Make this the place to visit for all your special Christmas gift shopping.