SALA on King William Road

Where ART meets Life+Style | August 2017

Throughout the SALA Festival in August, come and enjoy a day out on King William Road whilst you take the time to view the work from emerging and established artists on display at over 15 locations.

Loose track of time as you not only enjoy the artists works but stroll in and out of our boutiques to shop the latest in fashion and home and treat yourself at our cafes and restaurants. Whether it’s a quick stop for a healthy smoothie or an indulgent cake and coffee or a long lunch to enjoy a glass of wine with friends, a day out on King William Road, is a day well spent.

On Saturday 12th August, you will see the street come alive for SALA with live music, artists and street art. Soak up the atmosphere, bring the family, book in for lunch and enjoy a fun afternoon on King William Road, including the opportunity to pop in and hear from renowned South Australian artist; Emma Hack at Tomich Wines.

Artists include:

  • Emma Hack
  • ACH Group Community Arts
  • Jam Factory Ceramic Associates
  • Irene Polias
  • Pippa Salaman
  • Bruce Weir
  • + MORE



ACH Group Arts Community | Toop&Toop, The Ark, Plato’s, Hustle & Co

Reconnecting with nature – people, places and plants


Exploring our interaction with the natural world!

The ACH Group arts community of customers, volunteers and staff bring you a collection of works that celebrate our love of nature.

Founded in 1952, ACH Group is a not-for-profit community organisation promoting opportunities and services to support good lives for older people.

(Artwork ‘Storm at Port Noarlunga’ by Francine Jacques)


Emma Hack | Tomich Wines

‘A few of my favourite things’ at Tomich Wines

Emma Hack and Tomich Wines invite you to join us for a glass of wine and live music and enjoy the curated exhibition featuring Emma Hack’s ‘A few of my favourite things’ for SALA Festival.

Saturday 12th August

Tomich Wines | 87 King William Road


Free entry plus your first glass of sparkling complimentary.

The exhibition is open for all to see from the last weekend of July until the end of August. Wednesday to Saturday 11am to 4pm.


Jam Factory Ceramic Associates | The Field Wholefields

At The Field Wholefields, you have the unique opportunity to view the works from six emerging ceramic artists;

  • Ebony Heidenreich
  • Connie Augoustinos
  • Kerryn Levy
  • Maddie McDade
  • Ashlee Hopkins
  • Jordan Gower

Each piece is made by hand, right here in Adelaide, South Australia and their designs feature both functional and decorative tableware with the display showcasing their individual styles whilst maintaining a common theme; ‘pretty useless’.

This is the sister SALA exhibition to ‘pretty useful’.



**Exhibitions in each location are open at varied times. These time are subject to the locations standard opening hours. Please check our website for more details.