A diverse range of artists, hobbyist and crafts people live in Burnside. The online artist's register is the process of making you known to us.
The Atrium program encourages and supports community groups, schools, not-for-profit organisations and artists to exhibit artwork and connect with the local community.
Community Groups & Programs Supported by Burnside
The purpose of the project is to provide an opportunity for artists to showcase their artistic creations by creating a unique Community Public Art Project. Grant funding of up to $15,000 is available to create this artwork.
Burnside has an extensive collection of art pieces by some well known local artists, comprising of previous winners of the Glenside Lion Arts Show as well as works that have been generously donated.
The Glenside Lions Arts Show is an annual art show and competition that is held in the City of Burnside Ballroom and presented by the Lions Club of Glenside.
An arts & cultural initiative funded by the City of Burnside.
Application forms for emerging artists and groups.
The Youth Art Intensive Workshop gives young local artists the opportunity to work under the supervision of a professional artist. Delivered in partnership with Adelaide Central School of Art, students will create two portraits painted in oils. These art works will be exhibited at the City of Burnside Council in April 2019. Students will also have the opportunity to sell their work.
401 Greenhill Rd,
Tusmore SA 5065
Mon - Fri 8.30 am to 5 pm
Public Holidays CLOSED