St Andrew’s Arts by the Sea program is proud to host multi-media visual artist Emiko Artemis for the 2019 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival.
Emiko is exhibiting her latest installation Love Abridged, a commentary on today’s reliance on algorithms to mediate our connections to one another through the use of the internet.
Following the opening of her exhibit on Saturday 3 August, Emiko will run hands-on workshops through the month of August.
Worship in the 21st Century
St Andrew’s by the Sea will be hosting a conversational event to draw people together to explore and create ideas that push the edges of worship leadership and discipleship.
Key presenters at this Centre for Music, Liturgy & the Arts event include:
- Libby Byrne
- Malcolm Gordon
- Mark Pierson
- Charissa Suli
Click here to view the program and presenter bios.
October 8 – 10, 2019
Join Arts by the Sea for a special interactive photography event to see the world in new ways. On Sunday 5th November, from 2–5pm, we will explore the images in creation at the Waite Arboretum (Walter Young Ave., Urrbrae).
You are invited to bring along a camera, phone, pens/pencils and a notebook or just your willing eyes which will be used to receive images of spring. You will be guided through a process that helps you slow down and notice creation’s beauty in new ways.
Please bring a water bottle, hat and sunscreen.
Suggested donation: $5 per person appreciated. A light snack will be provided.
Besides the organised activity, you can enjoy the blossoming rose gardens, variety of trees, and labyrinth.
For further details please see our Facebook page:
or Email: [email protected]
Glenelg Brass Band will be holding a free concert here at St Andrews on
Sunday 3rd December from 2.30pm. Their guest artist will be the Ukulele Clovers.
Every Tuesday beginning 24th October 2017 at noon we will observe the midday prayer
here at St Andrews in St. Leonard’s Chapel.
All those interested are invited to attend. The thirty minutes will include simple
Liturgy, Psalm and Gospel readings, silence, and Communion (if others are present).
This is a good opportunity for those who find it difficult to attend the 9:30am
worship to stay connected with the gifts and graces that are part of our community.
Thursday 21st September, at 7pm.
To mark the International Day of Peace Arts by the Sea is holding a light supper with
small-group discussion and critical analysis of 1988 war film ‘Grave of the Fireflies’.
This English-language foreign film about the struggle of two children orphaned in an air raid will be new to most Australians as it derives from a 1967 semi-autobiographical novel by a civilian Japanese WWII survivor.
Unlike many war films it does not seek to glorify or condemn any side but simply portrays the harsh realities of life for the most powerless ordinary folk and honestly depicts how desperate wartime circumstances can sometimes overtake basic human decencies. This film carries challenging themes that will resonate even today as we are confronted daily with news about the Syrian refugee crisis, the ever-present threat of global terrorism and the escalating military tensions between North Korea and America.
To register interest please contact [email protected] or speak directly to event hosts Cat Opie and Adeline Yu. We also welcome volunteers to assist with catering, either by preparing savoury platters of finger food beforehand or helping to serve hot drinks on the night.
Arts by the Sea in partnership with Stone Castro Theatre Company will host a Play & Improvisation Theatre Workshop for kids aged 6-13 on Tuesday 10th October.
International director Paulo Castro and Adelaide actor Nick Bennett will lead games and exercises for kids to develop confidence and self-expression through voice and movement. Each workshop concludes with a mini theatre performance. Morning session
9:30am-12:30pm or afternoon session 1:00pm-4:00pm. Cost $10 per child per session.
Limit 15 kids per session so book now to avoid disappointment.
To register and obtain parental permission forms, please e-mail
Sunday 20th August 2017 will see this years Cold Plunge for those in Need take place at the front of the Beach House here in Glenelg. This year the featured footy club will be West Adelaide. Come along and cheer the boys on as they brave the icy waters in the hopes of raising the target amount of $30,000 for this years appeal.
You can register to join the event at www.coldplunge.com.au
You can also donate to the appeal at www.coldplunge.com.au.
100% of the proceeds go to the charities involved including UnitingCare Glenelg.
The Eating Out group will meet at the Jetty Hotel for lunch.
All are welcome to join!