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Art as a Visual Language: Curator & Artists Talk

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When: Friday 11 March 2022, 2-3pm

Adelaide Town Hall, First Floor Gallery, 128 King William Street, Adelaide.
Free, bookings essential (places are limited)

ART WORKS Emerging Curator Ann-Marie Green, Artist in Residence Sue Ninham and exhibiting artist Olga Sankey. 

Please join us for the Art is a Visual Language curator and artist talk with ART WORKS Emerging Curator Ann-Marie Green, Artist in Residence Sue Ninham and exhibiting artist Olga Sankey. 

This one-hour conversation will unpack the curatorial premise of the exhibition while exploring each artists practice, including the ways in which artist's work in their studios. Sue Ninham’s exhibiting work was created while undertaking an ArtPOD residency with City of Adelaide. 

Art usually has something to say. Together, the artists invite us to unpack art as a visual language of exterior, interior and liminal landscapes, via found and constructed images, text and symbols. 

This exhibition features work by Michelle Driver, Kate Little, Annette McRae, Monika Morgenstern, Mark Niehus, Sue Ninham, Olga Sankey, Kasia Tons, Iteka Ukarla and Amanda Westley 


Art as a Visual Language is presented at the Adelaide Town Hall as part of ART WORKS Emerging Curator Program and is delivered by Guildhouse in partnership with the City of Adelaide.

ART WORKS is a collaborative program of residencies, curatorial mentorship and creative engagements, designed in partnership with the City of Adelaide to provide a city-based platform for artists, curators and writers to pursue new ways of working and engaging with audiences. 


For more details including artist bios and more information on the ART WORKS program see our website.

Please note face masks are mandatory for entry to the Town Hall.

For any booking or access enquiries, please call the Guildhouse office on (08) 8410 1822 or email

Adelaide Town Hall is an accessible venue.

Image: Sue Ninham in the City of Adelaide ArtPOD. Photograph Aubrey Jonsson, courtesy InReview.

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