PAST MAIN EVENTS 2015

SALA 2015 – Artist James Levett

ASSP Gallery Port Adelaide presented parallel to the in-house an external SALA exhibition of photographs of Port Adelaide and surrounding area by James Levett. 1st to 31st August at the Port Adelaide Enfield Council Library Port Adelaide, Church St, Port Adelaide SA 5015
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Here some of the exhibition works:

SALA 2015 – Artist Brad Morris

Public launch by the Mayor of Port Adelaide Enfield Gary Johanson

Brad did chose for his exhibition in our gallery the title “Brad’s Works“. We was proud to present his stunning photographs of our historic Port Adelaide which was complimented by photographs of Semaphore, Adelaide and a very impressive photograph of historic Glenelg with an overlay of the Glenelg nowadays. It was very interesting seeing the changes over 100 years.

ASSP Youth Awards 2015

Award Presentation by HON Dr Susan Close MP

ASSP invites annually local schools to participate with their students from ELC up to Year 3 in a painting competition related to Port Adelaide. 199 entries were judged by three independent judges.  It’s stunning how much very talented children we have in our Port Adelaide area. The 2015 winner of the “Pirates at The Port” competition was the Portside Christian College http://www.portside.sa.edu.au/web/entries.php?cat=42052&sid=26619552&catname=About&schoolid=11752
Minister Close awarded the young students in the categories Reception, Year 1 to Year 3 with trophies, certificates, and gifts which were donated by our local businesses.
The main prize for the college (a free recording of the school choir) was sponsored by Max Miller, owner of Soundmiller Studios https://www.facebook.com/soundmillerstudios/?pnref=lhc                                      (previous Electric Railway Studio short ElRail Studio at Huntfield Heights.
Merit Awards did go to the Art Teachers.

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