START at the Gallery and the START Art Club are proudly presented by the James & Diana Ramsay Foundation.
START at the Gallery offers an exciting introduction to visual art for children and families.
Held on the first Sunday of every month, START is free and includes art activities, tours,
live performance and entertainment.
START is recommended for children aged 3-12 and parent / carer supervision is required. No bookings are necessary.
When First Sunday of every month, 11am-3pm
Where Gallery wide
Suitability Children aged 3-12 and their families
Enquiries 08 8207 7578
Sunday 2 July
START at the Gallery, Looking at Language
Naa Marni? Marni naa pudni
Hello and welcome to the traditional land of the Kaurna people, as we celebrate the 2017 NAIDOC Week's focus on Indigenous languages. Look, listen and learn in special workshops that include art making, storytelling and performances. Experience a traditional Kaurna welcome by Stephen Gadlabarti Goldsmith and his family and don't miss your last opportunity to enter your work of art for the START Art Prize and exhibition in August.
Sunday 6 August
START at the Gallery, Art Alive
Showcasing South Australia's youngest Living Artists in the 6th annual START Art Prize exhibition. Prize winners are announced at 12pm followed by an afternoon of festivities featuring artist painting demonstrations and the START Art Prize exhibition.
Sunday 3 September
START at the Gallery, Colour Your World
Explore the artist’s palette on guided tours of the collection and experiment with colour in art activities this START.
Sunday 1 October
START at the Gallery, Asian Awakening
Celebrate Oz Asia with START on a cultural journey through art, activities and festivities.
Sunday 5 November
START at the Gallery, TARNANTHI Takeover
Experience the art of Australia’s rich and diverse Indigenous cultures in the art on display in TARNANTHI at START and discover the important stories from across the country through music and activities.
Sunday 3 December
START at the Gallery, Wrapping & Weaving
Listen to the tales behind the works of art in TARNANTHI then wrap and weave your own story into a work of art.