In the peak of Adelaide’s festival season, the purpose of culture and how its true value can be measured will be under the spotlight at an […]
The world’s largest directory of Australian stage performances is under threat as financial support for its ongoing development becomes tenuous in an uncertain funding environment. AusStage, […]
As South Australia faces many new challenges, a special publication State of Hope examines how past strengths can be used to inspire renewal and revitalisation.
Better production of clean biofuels, archaeology secrets of ancient Australia and insights from insect vision for road safety are among Flinders University research projects to receive federal ARC funding.
An eye-catching photographic exhibition at Adelaide Festival Theatre puts the spotlight on Flinders University as the epicentre of Australia’s creative arts scene.
The SA State Theatre Company has announced a 2016 season loaded with Flinders talent and involvement.
Two Flinders graduates will usher an infant play into existence at the National Play Festival, which begins in Adelaide today.
Marking a major milestone, Flinders University has officially cracked one million readers on The Conversation.
Australian theatre needs to back its own playwrights for reasons of both cultural relevance and good economics, according to Flinders University’s Professor Julian Meyrick.