Inspired by this year’s 2022 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Free/State, teens can join an all-inclusive workshop with drag show icons Haus of Kong alongside dancers from First Nations Dance Collective, get creative with Adelaide Central School of Art for a collaborative 11m-long drawing experience, create music with Carclew in the Gig Rig – an all-terrain mobile recording studio, or catch a screening of Windmill Theatre’s animated video series Honey I’m Home. Plus enjoy live music, karaoke, badge-making, a photobooth and more!
AGSA Director Rhana Devenport ONZM says,
‘AGSA and Adelaide’s arts and youth sectors have come together to deliver this completely free event, thanks to the generosity of The Balnaves Foundation. Led by teens and for teens only, AGSA’s Neo Teen Takeover aims to inspire young South Australians through the sharing of creative ideas, discussions around issues that matter to young people and a supportive social sphere.’
As one of the first state galleries in Australia to offer a teen-exclusive program, AGSA’s free Neo events invite teens aged 13 to 17 into the Gallery with after-hours access, artist-led workshops, live music and entertainment, six times a year. Made possible through the visionary support of The Balnaves Foundation, Neo has welcomed more than 7,000 teens to AGSA since its inception in 2016, with the programming developed by a dedicated Neo Ambassador Committee to foster teen engagement and involvement with the arts.
Neo Teen Takeover: Free/State is a FREE event for teens aged 13–17 on Saturday 21 May, 6-8.30pm.
Bookings required, for further details or to register: