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Immerse yourself in Carclew’s final exhibition for 2023!
Held on 26 March 2011 as part of the Come Out Festival, and presented by Carclew and Kurruru Youth Performing Arts, Blak Nite featured more than 100 young performers from regional, remote and metropolitan areas
A week long congress of creative tasks to prompt ideas and conversations around Carclew's future activities
An Adelaide Fringe event in Victoria Square (Tarntanyangga)
Ddelegates from across Australia attended gathering at Carclew to ask how do we articulate the social and health benefits of youth arts engagement
An exhibition exploring where the line is drawn between control and acceptance of the uncontrollable
A free workshop offering handy tips and tricks when applying for grants through Carclew
A unique guided multimedia tour that celebrates Carclew’s 50 years as South Australia’s largest youth arts organisation
An exhibition about how sharing and documenting memories is a way to pass them on and how we hope that they will be remembered
A performance curated by the ExpressWay Arts members showcasing the skills they have learnt over 2021 and 2022
NAIDOC Week 2022 - Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!
Curator-In-Residence, Asha Southcombe brings together the Carclew Sharehouse residents for SALA 2022 in the exhibition Embodiment
A free workshop is designed especially for emerging creatives wanting to learn how to write grants and to refine and improve their grant writing skills
A week-long hotbox, bringing together artists (aged 26 and under) from various disciplines to respond to the same prompt
A gala featuring variety of live music, independent cabaret, a short film screening and a silent auction of visual art as part of Embrace Festival 2022
A free picnic with performances by artists from Tutti Arts, Access2Arts and True Ability as part of Embrace Festival 2022
Gain insight about Carclew's artists in residence program Sharehouse. Hear from the current residents about their experience and learn more about the application process.
Celebrate Carclew’s 50th birthday where the grounds will be transformed into a party scene with live music, entertainment, and workshops
Curated by Samantha Kearney (Barkindji), with mentoring by Lilla Berry (Yankunytjatjara) and Christina Lauren
Carclew is bringing contemporary music to the City of Adelaide this October, with the use of Carclew’s Gig Rig and the talent of BLKMPIRE
Join us for opening night of our 2022 Sharehouse Resident Curator, Asha Southcombe's, final exhibition: Jayda Wilson | wangga/wanggaga
A picnic like no other as part of Adelaide Fringe 2023
Explore the rich history of this unique federation style mansion and home of the Carclew
Explore the profound realisation that every person experiences an internal world that is just as rich, deep, and complex as one’s own
Showcasing the creativity and artworks made by children 12 years and younger from our Pom Pom program
Worlds within Worlds is a workshop series within the Carclew Open House program that aims to support and inspire emerging writers and creatives
Explore the present day through the nostalgic lens of film
Immerse yourself in Carclew’s main exhibition for 2023 showcasing 13 talented young South Australian Artists. A range of disciplines on display will include interactive sculpture and narrative, video projections and contemporary installations.
Carclew Sharehouse Residents are proud to present Home Grown as part of the Nature Festival 2023!
Introduction to Creative Body-based Learning (CBL)