SALA, the South Australian Living Artists Festival, starts today.
The month-long festival celebrates visual artists in all media and spans the whole of South Australia, including in the Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu and Murraylands.
This year is bigger than ever with with 11,865 artists involved, which, according to SALA CEO Kate Moskva, is several thousand more participants than in previous years.
SALA guides are available at most Foodlands and on the SALA website salafestival.com and via the SALA smartphone app.
Hear SALA CEO Kate Moskwa tell Jennie Lenman more about it and hone in on some specific events in our regions, via the podcast play window below:
Photo at top of SALA work by Eleanor Zecchin at Post Office Projects, 2021, photo supplied by SALA Festival