OzAsia Festivalis Australia’s leading international arts festival entirely dedicated to engagement with Asia.
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre in Spring each year, OzAsia Festival features contemporary dance, theater, music, film, visual arts, community and food events, discussions, and the spectacular Moon Lantern Festival – a free community and family event in Elder Park that culminates in the breathtaking lantern parade at sunset, which is the largest lantern parade held in Australia.
OzAsia Festival is held at Adelaide Festival Centre, which is situated on the banks of the River Torrens in the heart of Adelaide’s CBD.
ASILE CONFERENCE 2016 - Welcome Reception The ASILE Conference 2016 - Welcome Reception marks the opening of the ASILE conference and is an event not to be missed!
With South Australia recognised as the "Festival State" of Australia, it is fitting that ASILE welcome reception be held in the heart of the OzAsia Festival precinct, which will be in full swing. The ASILE Conference welcome reception is a free event but the invitation to attend is extended to registered ASILE conference participants only.
INDOfest-Adelaide Sunday 25 September 2016, 11:00am to 4:00pm North Terrace Cultural Precinct - Prince Henry Gardens, around the State Library, the South Australian Museum and the Art Gallery of South Australia.
INDOfest is a free family festival celebration of all things Indonesian. It is the annual showpiece event of the Australian Indonesian Association of South Australia (AIA-SA). Now in its ninth year, INDOfest is presented in collaboration with Multicultural SA, the Indonesian Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Tourism, Flinders University Jembatan, Department of Education and Child Development, Adelaide City Council, State Library of South Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia and SA Museum.
Free live entertainment includes a vibrant array of traditional and contemporary music and dance collaborations by talented Adelaide performers, together with guest artists from Indonesia. Enjoy this fascinating and varied culture first-hand through music, dance and craft workshops. Unlock the secrets to authentic Indonesian regional cuisine at the cooking demonstrations.
A perfect day for families, INDOfest includes delicious Indonesian cuisine, workshops for children and adults, and stalls selling Indonesian handicrafts.
INDOfest-Adelaide also features a program of activities leading up to the INDOfest carnival day:
INDOfest Schools Program, participating schools across Adelaide, 1 August to 21 September
Indonesian artisan workshops, State Library of South Australia Atrium, 19-23 September
Indonesian visual art event, Art Gallery of South Australia, Thursday 22 September
Indonesian-Australian Youth Forum, Thursday 22 September
Public Symposium “Understanding Islam in Indonesia”, Flinders University, Friday 23 September