The Studio


THE STUDIO is currently closed for refurbishment

The Studio is a free activity space in the Art Gallery for children, families, schools and art lovers of all ages that transforms with each new exhibition.  During exhibition change-over periods we recommend that you call 8207 7000 to check on The Studio's availability. 


The Studio is kicking goals this season with fun art activities that inspire creativity among children and families, young people and educators. Art and sport lovers of all ages are welcome to 'drop punt' in for a ‘free kick’ for ‘Bush Footy’!
Join the team and make sensational marks when The Studio is transformed into a Bush Footy oval during TARNANTHI | Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. The  Studio is inspired by the witty and engaging works of Utopia artists Dinni Kunoth Kemarre and Josie Kunoth Petyarre.

Get a run on the ‘footy field’ and add to the sport spectacle by making your own footballer or fan to adorn The Studio, or to take home. Or perhaps you would like to design your own sports kit and join the ‘Bush Footy' Hall of Fame? It’s game on!
When        Saturday 19 September 2015 – Sunday 31 January 2016, Daily (may be in use by booked school groups  on weekdays 10am-2.30pm)
Where       The Studio, Lower Ground Floor
Cost          Free, all materials supplied

Schools are offered exclusive access between the hours of 10 am and 2 pm daily. To find out about our Schools Learning Programs in The Studio please visit the  TARNANTHI Learning page.To check if the Studio is in use by a school group between these hours, we recommend that you call 82077065 prior to your visit. Following a guided or self guided viewing of the TARNANTHI exhibition, children and young people respond to the ‘Bush Footy’ Studio space through making activities.

Daily sessions, 11am–12pm, and 1-2pm following an exhibition viewing
Cost: Free, facilitator and all materials supplied
Location: The Studio, Lower Ground Floor
Bookings essential: Limited to 30 students. Email 

TARNANTHI is presented in partnership with BHP Billiton with support from the Government of South Australia.

Presented by the James and Diana Ramsay Foundation.