NEO

NEO

Just for teens 13-17, presented free thanks to The Balnaves Foundation.

Meaning new, youthful, fresh, lately and now, 'Neo' captures the spirit of the contemporary. Young art lovers can be inspired by our edgy workshops, meet local artists and listen to live DJs in a parent-free zone. Did we mention free snacks? 

NEXT UP FOR NEO: 


Friday 27 October, 6-8:30pm

NEO 'DEADLY' HALLOWEEN

Registrations essential, OPEN NOW

TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art

Neo celebrates Aboriginal art and culture as part of TARNANTHI, at the teen exclusive after hours event, 'Deadly' Halloween! Taking from the Kaurna word, the traditional owners of the Adelaide Plains, 'Paitya' meaning deadly, amazing or 'cool', 'Deadly' Halloween promises to be a night not to be missed. Come in costume and join hundreds of other teens as you treat yourself to a thrilling night of art making, live music, film, body art, prizes and a ghoulish dance party.  

'DEADLY' HALLOWEEN, just for teens, includes entertainment and light refreshments.

Where Art Gallery of South Australia
Cost Free  
Age Exclusively for 13-17 year olds  
Enquiries 08 8207 7076   
Registrations  essential  Book online now
Terms and Conditions for entry  


Friday 1 December, 6-8:30pm

NEO KURLANA!

Registrations essential, OPEN 30 OCTOBER

TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art

It’s time for a Neo Ngunyawayiti, or celebration in Kaurna. Join fierce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and teen talent as we welcome in the new, Kurlana. Work up a sweat with the Indigenous Hip-Hop Collective teaching deadly dance moves, or lay back in our pop-up cinema, screening short films by local teens and Indigenous artists. There's artist-led labs, body art, snacks, giveaways and more, so join us to see 2018 out in style!

KURLANA! just for teens, includes entertainment and light refreshments.

Where Art Gallery of South Australia 
Cost Free   
Age Exclusively for 13-17 year olds   
Enquiries 08 8207 7076    
Registrations   essential   Open 30 October 2017
Terms and Conditions for entry   

TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art is presented by the Art Gallery of South Australia and  in partnership with BHP and with the support of the Government of South Australia.



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NEO ADVISORY COMMITTEE - Callout!  

Are you 13-17 and interested in  art and culture, curious about events, or want to express or challenge yourself while working with artists, musicians and performers? Then we want you to join the Art Gallery as a voice of Adelaide’s young people on the Neo Advisory Committee and help grow our teen programs in 2018. 

The Committee will be a diverse group of young people who meet regularly to plan, develop, promote and coordinate programs and events for young people at the Art Gallery, including Neo.  Your input is fundamental to the development of the Gallery’s programs and events for you and your peers.

Applications from regional teens are welcome too, with
  travel assistance  funding available  via Country Arts SA. See the Advisory Committee Essential Information to find out more. 

Applications are open now and close Monday 11 December.

Before applying, please read the Advisory Committee Essential Information 

Then, download and complete an Application Pack 

Good luck! 

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For more information on Neo, please contact the Teen Programs Officer
08 8207 7076
neo@artgallery.sa.gov.au 


The Balnaves Foundation is a private philanthropic organisation established to provide support to charitable enterprises across Australia. The Foundation supports eligible organisations that aim to create a better Australia through education, medicine and the arts, with a focus on young people, the disadvantaged, and Indigenous communities.



detail: Neo at the Art Gallery of South Australia