Put on your hat and come with me - Southern Cross Care SALA Arts Project Exhibition

Our exhibition was held at The State Library of South Australia, in The Hub

We thank the following supporters immensely for helping to make the SALA Project journey a successful one!


Elite Framing ; eliteframing.com.au/visual-artists/

Well respected art framers within the art community who work directly with artists and galleries both locally, interstate and abroad.

Greg Holfeld ; gregholfeld.com/

Greg Holfeld is a Saskatchewan born animator, illustrator, and visual artist living and working with his family in Adelaide. After leaving Vancouver's Emily Carr College of Art and Design in 1986, he worked on television animation projects across Canada, the UK and Australia. He has directed award-winnning animation and live-action commercials for a variety of national clients and his short films have been featured and awarded  in local and international festivals. Greg is also the illustrator of over 35 children's picture books and graphic novels, the most recent, 'An Anzac Tale' being selected as a Notable Book for 2014 across multiple categories by the Children's Book Council of Australia. His work has hung in numerous group shows in South Australia and been selected as a finalist in the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize.

State Library of South Australia ; slsa.sa.gov.au/

Tim Fatchen, Pianist ; flyingtadpole.com

Tim Fatchen is an Australian songwriter/composer, master pianist and keyboard performer and recording artist. Tim has signed multiple tracks intended for film, television and web video to music publishers and libraries in Seattle and New York, and has had airplay in Germany, the UK, Ireland and the USA/Canada. He is also writing and composing a major music drama inspired by local indigenous mythologies, the drama being slated for near-future workshopping with The State Opera of South Australia.