Cellar Door Festival
7 – 9 February 2020 – Adelaide Convention Centre
Join us and celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Cellar Door Fest at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
This three-day Festival offers a vast program of intimate experiences showcasing South Australia’s best with over 150+ local wineries, breweries, distilleries and food producers, all under one roof.
A highlight of SA’s annual festival calendar, each year Cellar Door Fest brings the regions to the heart of Adelaide for three days of gourmet summer fun.
We hope to see you there!
Festival opening times:
Friday 7 February: 5.00pm – 9.00pm
Saturday 8 February: 11.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday 9 February: 11.00am – 6.00
Here at Greenock Estate Wines, we are not just about quality Australian wines. We also have a love for the arts and are proud sponsors of the following events.
Beautiful China: an exhibition of Chinese oil paintings
15 January – 22 February 2020: Adelaide Festival Theatre. QBE Galleries 2 and 3
Weiguang Li’s oil painting technique is based on combining traditional Chinese landscape painting with Western techniques. This fusion of techniques has resulted in a unique style that is appreciated by the people of his own country China, whilst also being greatly admired by an international audience. His work references the ancient art of Chinese ink landscape painting, Impressionism, antique photographs, his own memories and photorealism.
Jim Supangkat, Indonesian sculptor, art critic and curator said “Li Weiguang is an artist who introduced realism into contemporary art. The life depicted in his works is not a direct record of reality. You can say that he is a photo realist because he refers to photographs in his creation.”
Exhibition opening times:
Monday to Friday 9am – 6pm,
Saturday 9am – 5pm, plus theatre performance times
8 February 2020 – Space Theatre
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre and China National Theatre for Children Beijing
In a small temple, on top of a mountain, live three monk students and their old master. They live together in peace, but things weren’t always so easy for them…
As the monks reflect on the how they came together, the audience is taken on a heart-warming journey of laughter, imagination and discovery.
This beautiful wordless production has been adapted from an ancient Chinese fable and integrates martial arts, physical theatre, comedy, traditional Chinese opera and classic elements of Chinese culture.
Performed in 27 cities across 18 countries, Three Monks has charmed family audiences around the world with its philosophy of unity and cooperation.
Saturday 8 February 2020 – 11.00am
Saturday 8 February 2020 – 4.00pm
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