Maestros & Apprentices 2013 was a celebration of art in all its forms and of the power of creative partnerships. Themed Great Partnerships … in Art, the Academy’s flagship fundraising event drew inspiration from iconic arts partnerships that have endured throughout history.
Now celebrating its 18th year, the Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition 2013 featured 35 emerging visual artists, hand-picked as the best and freshest this state has to offer.
Eight emerging South Australian jazz musicians performed live on stage with special guests The Idea of North as they were presented with the Jazz Awards 2013.
Visual artists from Australia, Thailand and New Zealand have collaborated together and with South Australian artists and art students for a unique cross cultural initiative called The Border Crossing Art Project.
A group of more than 50 actors, musicians, dancers and comedians deluded the audience into their madness with raw undiluted talent at this year’s Foundation Front performance showcase. Titled Delusions of Grandeur, the event included fifteen live performances on stage at the Rhino Room
Maestros & Apprentices is a heavenly mix of magnificent wines, great food, fabulous art and entertainment by some of the best and brightest emerging talent South Australia has to offer.
Renowned choreographer Zhang Xiao Xiong was in Adelaide in September 2009 to conduct a dance master-class at Tafe SA's Adelaide College of the Arts.
World-renowned potter Takeshi Yasuda was ‘artist in residence’ at the Adelaide College of the Arts during July 2009 as part of the Helpmann Academy’s International Residency program, sharing his experiences, his ideas and his craft through a series of master classes and lectures.