The City of Port Adelaide Enfield is partnering with TARNANTHI to showcase its local Aboriginal community as part of the Port Festival, 10 –11 October, which includes guided walking tours of public artworks, art projections, a ‘bark’ installation, public weaving workshops, and performances from Kurruru Youth Performing Arts and Bangarra’s Rekindling Youth Program. There is also a partnership with the Adelaide Film Festival and the 9:16 Showcase of Vertical Cinema.

Further details can be found at the Port Festival website

Bark Art, 8 – 18 October
Artists: Donald Taylor and Robert Jessen
Lipson Street/St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide

Port Projector, 8 – 18 October, After dark until late
Artists: Cedric Varcoe, Rama Kaltu-Kaltu Sampson, Imiyari Adamson, Yaritji Heffernan, Amari Tjalkuri, Karen Kulyuru, Nami Kulyuru,
Daisybell Kulyuru, Nelly Patterson and Phyllis Edwards
Outdoor projection
Port Adelaide Enfield Council Chambers, 62 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide

Weaving Workshops, Sat 10 + Sun 11 October, 10am – 3pm
Yaritji Heffernan, Nelly Patterson, Karen Kulyuru and Amari Tjulkuri
Better World Arts, 144 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide
Bookings essential 8240 3373

Rekindling, Sat 10 October, 11.45am
Bangarra Dance Theatre and Kurruru Youth Performing Arts
Black Diamond Square, Commercial Road, Port Adelaide

Public Art Walk, Sun 11 October, 2.30pm
Walking tour led by Margaret Brodie (descendant of Lartelare) and Jane Marr, Arts and Cultural Development Officer, City of Port Adelaide Enfield
Meet at the Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre, 66 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide
Numbers are limited. Bookings essential.
Contact Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre on 8405 6560

9:16 Vertical Film Showcase, Thu 22 October, 8pm
Curated by Mike Retter, Chris Luscri,Adelaide Film Festival
Flour Shed – Hart’s Mill, Mundy Street, Port Adelaide

Lipson Street/St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide
Port Adelaide Enfield Council Chambers, 62 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide

Image: Cedric Varcoe, Ngarrindjeri people, South Australia, Ngurunderi Peggeralin (Ngurunderi Dreaming), synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Image courtesy the artist and Better World Arts.

ACCESSCheck venue websites for more information