In May 2018, Red Poles committed to being a regional showcase for Aboriginal art and promoted and presented Aboriginal artists, musicians, workshops, and events that supported the celebration and presentation of both traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art, performance and music.
UPDATE: DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS CURRENTLY IN PLACE FOR SA, RED POLES & SPINNING YARNS WILL BE POSTPONED UNTIL 2021.
RED POLES WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE UNDER COVID CONDITIONS OFFERING BREAKFAST AND LUNCH SERVICES - BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL.
POSTPONED - Red Poles & Spinning Yarns - 21 & 22 November 2020
Red Poles & Spinning Yarns program provides visitors with a rich layered experience with memorable, quality Aboriginal experiences, thus enhancing the understanding of this ancient culture.
POSTPONED - Arts Market
Held over the two days of 21/22 November (10am to 4pm), the market will be representing stall holders from communities throughout South Australia. The market will be held on the lawns at Red Poles (free admission).
Demonstrations of various crafts including weaving, basket making and feather flower works will be held throughout the weekend.
CANCELLED (OPENING) - Art Exhibition
‘Alaalpi Apinha’ (‘Many Hands’ in Adnyamathanha language)
‘Alaalpi Apinha’ will be officially opened on Saturday 21 November (3pm).
POSTPONED - Smoking Ceremony
A smoking ceremony will be held by Uncle Moogy Sumner on Sunday 22 November (11am).