Where are We Drinking?... Week 4 of SALA in Review

SALA allows for our local community to embrace the visual arts. One of the most common ways this happens is through non-conventional gallery spaces (such as cafés, bars and business foyers etc) opening up their venue for artists to exhibit in. The team at Verso loves this aspect of SALA, and have taken this as an opportunity to explore some new local venues and share their SALA exhibition with you!

This week we headed to Mississippi Moon for our last drink/art viewing of SALA *Sigh*. Mississippi Moon hosted a photography exhibition, 'India', by Georgia Combe. These photographs documented Combe's solo adventures across India. The exhibition is on until the 31st of August so there is still time to see it before SALA is up. 

FRAN festival also opened this week and we popped on by to have a look. We loved the posters designed by the local Adelaide artists. While there are a few FRAN exhibitions which have already opened over the SALA period we are so excited to see what else this festival has to offer. 


We are lucky to catch up in with the artists from I'm Not a Feminist but... for this weeks 10 questions. This exhibition is part of the FRAN Festival and examines what it means to be a feminist in today's society. 

Lee Walter writes our last review of the SALA period about Hypernatural. An exhibition by Emma Sullivan and Roseanne May at Faded Lane Studios. 

Christina Peek interviewed SALA feature artist Christopher Orchard earlier in the month. Her article comes out on Monday. 

Artist: Georgia Combe
Exhibition Title: 'India'
Venue: Mississipi Moon (52 Gresham St, Adelaide, 5000)
Dates: 1st - 31st August (Mon - Sat 4:30pm - 12am)