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Postcard Promotions for RSASA members!

The Royal South Australian Society of Arts, together with Passing Out Distribution's (POD) Postcard Racks (formerly Avant postcards), is offering a limited run postcard promotional offer for the benefit of the Society and its individual artists. It involves a print run of 5000 or more postcards of your personal image on one side, some limited information contact details on the reverse, all distributed for free throughout more than 100 locations around Adelaide and the suburban areas.

In this special promotional deal RSASA will support its artists participating by putting forward half of the $385 printing cost to reduce the total cost to the artist to a manageable $192.50.

Places are limited and the next intake may be mid or late March, contact us and download the guidelines document for more information.

We would like to thank the talented artists involved so far - David Braun (top), Bob Landt (middle) and David Baker (bottom) - for taking part in this amazing deal. Look out for their postcards and their work in Society exhibitions!

VASA regional arts workshops

Coming soon, the RSASA will be providing an exciting range of regional arts workshops through Visual Arts SA

Bob Landt and David Braun have created this great flyer to get the ball rolling with the VASA Regional Workshops.

Check out the PDF and if you or your community are interested, let us know!

Characters of the Fleurieu

Portrait Prize exhibition, 6 May - 3 June 2018

This will be the 4th Biennial RSASA Characters of the Fleurieu Portrait Prize exhibition.

We are very pleased to announce Greg Mackie OAM, CEO History Trust, has agreed to open this exhibition on Sunday 6 May 2018, 2 pm, at the Station Master Gallery in Strathalbyn.


FRIDAY MORNING SKETCH CLUB

The RSASA Friday Morning Sketch Group (aka Outdoor Painting Group) meet each week at selected venues, and for three weeks at each place. It organizes locations all over the suburbs of Adelaide where members can meet to sketch and paint in a relaxed atmosphere, rain or shine. The Friday Morning Sketch Group has been meeting over the last 50 years.

For more information contact the Co-ordinator, Philippa Robert, 0477 952 620.

KALORI, THE RSASA MAGAZINE

Below is the RSASA Kalori for February 2018.

If you would like a hard copy, they are also available at the RSASA Gallery desk.

Kalori is the magazine of the RSASA and is a great way to find out the many things that have been happening in our world of art. 

RSASA ON FACEBOOK

There is something special about hospitality people - they care about people and they serve, they also love to have a good time. “Hospitality World” is being held at the The Buckingham Arms Hotel - Fringe Lodge hotel (thanks to proprietor Guy Matthews) which is a Fringe Hub Venue, until March 18th. The work on display certainly speaks of service, caring and good times. The photos shown are of the opening of the event on Sunday Feb 18th. The exhibition organiser , Patricia Blucher, has done an amazing job of bringing it all together. Amadio Wines were the wine sponsor (thank you) and the Royal SA Society of Arts (RSASA) graciously gave us access to their photocopier. This event is an RSASA Fringe event. Photographs by David Baker FRSASA. ...

There is something special about hospitality people - they care about people and they serve, they also love to have a good time. “Hospitality World” is being held at the @[156615901025400:274:The Buckingham Arms Hotel - Fringe Lodge] hotel (thanks to proprietor Guy Matthews) which is a Fringe Hub Venue, until March 18th. The work on display certainly speaks of service, caring and good times. The photos shown are of the opening of the event on Sunday Feb 18th. The exhibition organiser , Patricia Blucher, has done an amazing job of bringing it all together. @[307589545964609:274:Amadio Wines] were the wine sponsor (thank you) and the Royal SA Society of Arts (RSASA) graciously gave us access to their photocopier. This event is an RSASA Fringe event. Photographs by David Baker FRSASA.


 

A VISUAL HISTORY


The Royal South Australian Society of Arts, 1856-2016

Volumes One & Two

edited / collated by Dr Adam Dutkiewicz

The RSASA has made a continuous contribution to the Arts in Adelaide since Colonial times, having been established in 1856 by the artist and teacher Charles Hill. The RSASA celebrated its 160th anniversary in 2016 and published the book titled A Visual History: The Royal South Australian Society of Arts 1856 - 2016, edited and collated by Dr Adam Dutkiewicz. This long awaited book summarises the rich history of the RSASA since its inception. The book is produced in two volumes, the first funding the second, which was published late in 2017. Volume One comprises a vast amount of historical material, with a survey of the foundational years and early artists, and profiles of its affiliated bodies, Presidents, significant officials and Honorary Life Members. In all it features nearly 100 artists, including over 40% of them female. It contains 420 pages and 449 illustrations. Volume Two deals with other significant artists, featuring 150 in total, across eras and media since 1908, including a number of artists who have emerged through the Youthscape programme. There is a section dealing with historical and current prizes offered by the Society. It contains 424 pages and 616 illustrations.

Available now at the RSASA Gallery: Cost $50 + postage and handling.

There are still some copies of the Deluxe edition of Volume One available for $75 + postage and handling.

Ask at the desk.