Partnership Projects

Partnership Projects

We work with multiple organisations and businesses to deliver stunning commissions and dynamic projects including:

 
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Hentley Farm Wines

Creation Label Commission

Since 2013, the School has worked with Hentley Farm Wines to commission an artist to produce a bespoke wine label for the Creation Vintage. The artist works with Hentley Farm to produce a label that portrays the individuality, style and distinction of the vintage. 

2021 C-Block Grenache | Mary-Jean Richardson, 1999 BVA graduate and Mark Heidenreich

2020 J-Block Shiraz | Nicole Clift, 2019 BVA (Honours) graduate

2019 Cabernet Sauvignon | James Dodd

2018 Shiraz | Daryl Austin

2017 F1 Shiraz | Sally Parnis, 2009 BVA graduate

2016 G1 Shiraz | Maggie Moy, 2014 BVA (Honours) graduate

2015 Shiraz | Sue Kneebone

2014 Shiraz | James Edwards

2013Annelise Rees, 2004 BVA graduate

Adelaide Film Festival

Reflective Screen Commission

Since 2021 curator Andrew Purvis has worked with the Adelaide Film Festival to commission new moving-image works in response to films presented in the Adelaide Film Festival. 

2023 | Kate Kurucz, 2012 BVA with Honours graduate and Cynthia Schwertsik, 2016 BVA graduate

2022 | Sonara Krix, 2017 BVA (Honours) graduate and Jingwei Bu, 2021 BVA graduate

2021 | Sarah Tickle, 2015 BVA (Honours) graduate and Georgia Button, 2021 BVA (Honours) graduate

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Nicholas Hanisch
Thomas Readett
Jake Yang
Alex Beckinsale and Mei Lim
Charlotte Tatton
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Adelaide Festival Centre

50 Year Commemorative Artworks 

In celebration of their 50 year anniversary, the Adelaide Festival Centre Foundation has commissioned five graduates of Adelaide Central School of Art to create a unique suite of commemorative artworks. More information here.

Guitar Festival | Nicholas Hanisch, 2020 BVA (Honours) graduate

Cabaret Festival | Charlotte Tatton, 2021 BVA graduate

DreamBIG Children’s Festival | Alex Beckinsale, 2016 BVA (Honours) graduate and teen short course participant Mei Lim

OzAsia Festival | Jake Yang, 2021 BVA graduate

First Nations Movement | Thomas Readett, 2015 BVA graduate

Adelaide Festival Centre

Children’s Artspace

Adelaide Central School of Art partners with the new Children’s ArtSpace at the Adelaide Festival Centre to deliver visual art programs in schools led by ACSA graduates. 

2023 | Jess Taylor, 2013 BVA (Honours) graduate X Klemzig Primary School

2022 | Caitlin Bowe, 2017 BVA (Honours) graduate X Salisbury East High School

2022 | Ruby Chew, 2010 BVA graduate X Hackham West R – 7 School and Keller Road Primary School

As a national leader in visual arts education, Adelaide Central School of Art is excited to be partnering with Adelaide Festival Centre to connect Bachelor of Visual Art graduates with South Australian schools to undertake these special artist residencies. 

Im especially looking forward to the outcome of the residencies being exhibited in the new Childrens Artspace and giving students the opportunity to share their work with the diverse audiences at Adelaide Festival Centre.

— Adelaide Central School of Art CEO Penny Griggs

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The Drawing Exchange 

The Drawing Exchange is a collaboration between the Adelaide Central School of Art (ACSA) and Sydney’s National Art School (NAS) that aims to create an educational environment where audiences can interact with artists while they are creating artworks.

The Drawing Exchange 2022

The Drawing Exchange 2018

The Drawing Exchange 2017 

Other Resources

Short Courses

We provide 6-week and intensive -style courses for adults and teens.

Study

We provide both accredited courses and short courses in visual art

Exhibitions

Adelaide Central Gallery is a curated space that presents 6-week exhibitions and public programs

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