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Charles Sturt Museum
Adelaide CBD
The Grange now the Charles Sturt Museum was the home of Captain Charles Sturt and his family from when it was built in 1840 until they returned to England in 1853. Captain Sturt was one of Australia
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Classic Jets Fighter Museum
Adelaide CBD
The Classic Jets Fighter Museum houses a permanent collection of jet aircraft built between 1950 and 1980 and flown by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) and Royal Australian Navy (RAN).
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Council of Objects
Adelaide CBD
Council of Objects specialises in all things handmade and designed in Australia. It specialises in ceramics, timber products, textiles, jewellery and glass primarily from South Australia. Work is displayed by artists such as Stephanie James Manttan, Andrew Bartlett, Dale Roberts and Peta Kruger.
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David Sumner Gallery
Adelaide CBD
Established in 1972 in Adelaide the David Sumner Gallery exhibits Australian fine Art from both local and interstate contemporary artists. The gallery hosts an average of 10 exhibitions per year showcasing artists of the highest professional level representing traditional, realist and impressionist genres. In addition to the regular feature exhibitions, works from emerging artists, and an extensive stock room, are displayed in The Mixed Room.
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Enfield Heritage Museum
Adelaide CBD
The Enfield Heritage Museum is located within the two hectares of historic, tree studded Sunnybrae Farm. The museum extends over three of the farm's many buildings, the 1882 Machinery Shed, the 1883 Stables and the recently built Sunnybrae Farm Federation Pavilion. Town and country life in South Australia from the 1880's to more recent times is on display.
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Flinders University City Gallery
Adelaide CBD
Located within the State Library of South Australia, the Flinders University City Gallery aims to engage, enthuse and enrich with its dynamic exhibition program.
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Fort Glanville
Adelaide CBD
Fort Glanville is one of the most complete examples of a 19th Century coastal artillery fort in Australia. Overlooking Semaphore Beach, the fort was built in 1880 to defend Adelaide and the important shipping area of Port Adelaide. Armed with military personnel, cannons, guns, a guard room, barracks, gunners mess, officers quarters and stores, Fort Glanville was ready should an invasion occur. Luckily, the invasion never came.
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Gallery 82 on King William
Adelaide CBD
Gallery 82 is a two-sectioned art space on King William Road at Hyde Park, featuring regular exhibitions by a broad range of noted contemporary living artists from the local South Australian area and further afield. The rear section of the gallery displays a vast range of Australian colonial and traditional works for investment, from Australian master painters such as Hans Heysen, Norman Lindsay and Walter Withers. This is a selection seldom seen outside major state and national galleries.
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Greenaway Art Gallery Adelaide
Adelaide CBD
See contemporary Australian and international art, including painting, sculpture, photography and installation at Greenaway Art Gallery, a large converted warehouse. The director is also an Art Theorist and committed equally to art and education. The gallery can advise on commissions, valuations and collections.
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Handspinners and Weavers Guild of South Australia Incorporated
Adelaide CBD
The Handspinners and Weavers Guild of South Australia Incorporated was founded in 1963 by a group of interested persons to further share their crafts of hand spinning and weaving through creating and teaching, has instigated the Guild in continuing its aims and objectives. The Guild formed 'Little Glory Gallery' in 1982, to offer for sale the creations of its members to the public.
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