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Mad March Update

  • Exhibition invite: Secrets of Hollywood, Alice Green
  • SDSW Film Festival - deadline extended
  • Mother's Day Morning Tea - tickets on sale
  • WOMADelaide 2016 
  • Poco Tutti and The Events

Tutti Arts and the Visual Arts Studio invite you to
Secrets of Hollywood an exhibition of portraits

You are invited to an exhibition of portraits by Alice Green on Friday 18th March from 5pm to 7pm. Drinks and nibbles provided. 

Where: Tutti Arts, Lady Galway Gallery, Galway House.
Minda Campus, King George Ave, North Brighton.
Exhibition open Mon, Tues and Thur 10am - 3pm until 7 April 2016 (closed on Public Holidays).

For exhibition enquiries and for any group visits please contact Tutti on 8422 6511 or email
Marilyn on Wheels, 2015 by Alice Green in collaboration with Desma Kastanos and Wendy Michell


ATTENTION all film makers with a learning disability...this festival is for YOU!  

Following on from the fabulous success of the first Sit Down Shutup and Watch! Film & New Media Festival in 2014, our second festival will be held on Friday 21 October 2016 in the Angaston Town Hall.
and we've extended the deadline for film entries...

Send us your films for the 2016 Film Festival and make a date in your diary to come to the Festival. More information go to SDSW website or the SDSW Entry Form

Mother's Day Morning Tea 2016

Please join us on Wednesday 4 May, when Cherylee Harris hosts our annual Mother's Day Morning Tea. Cherylee will be interviewing Nat Cook, founder of the Sammy D Foundation, and Member for Fisher. There will be table prizes, a fashion presentation, silent auction and raffles, live music from The Sisters of Invention, and much more.

This busy, fun and inspirational morning will take place at:
The Glenelg Club (Glenelg Football Club)
Wednesday 4 May, 2016, 10am-1pm

Tickets are $45 each, or book a table for 10 for $400 and go into the draw for a bottle of French Champagne.
Book your tickets here>>>
Save the Date!
Tutti's AGM to be held Wednesday 11 May 7.30pm, Verco Hall, Minda Campus.
Yes, it's that time of year again to acknowledge and celebrate Tutti's achievements in 2015.
Please RSVP by 05 May if you would like to attend.

WOMADelaide 2016

It was good times for some of the Tutti artists over the long weekend at WOMADelaide. Armed with a backstage pass courtesy of Arts SA, Scott Pyle (Tutti Visual Artist) and Julian Jaensch (Company AT Artistic Director) were in good company, including SA artist and sometimes Tutti collaborator Jimmy Dodd. (pictured). It was a perfect atmosphere for networking and taking in the world music vibe with other artists from the South Australian arts community at the VIP backstage event.

A big shout out also to Coopers Brewery Foundation in conjunction with WOMADelaide who offered Tutti artists limited one day disability access passes for the whole family to experience WOMADelaide for a day as a family.
James Dodd and Scott Pyle backstage at WOMADelaide 2016. 

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Poco Tutti and The Events...

On Monday 29 February and Wednesday 2 March, Poco Tutti had the privilege of performing at Her Majesty's Theatre on the production The Events by David Greig presented by State Theatre Company. Belvoir and Malthouse Theatre in association with Adelaide Festival.

Poco (little) Tutti is the name given to our smaller choir of 20 singers. Comprising soloists and experienced singers from the large Tutti Choir, Poco Tutti was established in 2006 to increase skill levels by offering a more advanced repertoire.

Featuring renowned star of stage and screen Catherine McClements and Johnny Carr, The Events tells of tragedy, obsession and our destructive desire to fathom the unfathomable.

Poco Tutti with the cast of The Events, Adelaide Festival 2016
Tutti features in Artlink magazine
Tutti’s neon lit sepeda lampu feature in The bicycle as dissident object, an article on the bicycle in contemporary art by Laura Fisher in the current Artlink

Laura is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Sydney College of the Arts – and we are delighted that this terrific article features two Tutti Arts pics.
James Kurtze, Jane Hewitt and James Dodd participating in Adelaide Fringe Parade, 2016
Upcoming Events
  • Scott Pyle's artwork which featured in the Arts Centre Port Noarlunga Surf Art exhibition is currently showing at Flinders Medical Centre Promenade Gallery B and runs till 20 March 2016.
  • Frozen Girl currently being developed by performing artists for the 2017 Come Out Children's Festival will have a creative development showing later in the year, stay tuned for the date
  • Sit Down Shutup and Watch! Film & New Media Festival Steering Committee are preparing for film-making workshops in regional areas of SA. First delivery of workshops will be at Mt Gambier and The Riverland.  For more information please contact Sue Morley, SDSW! Festival Coordinator or call 8422 6511.

And last but not least... a big Thank You!

On behalf of all the artists in our programs we would like to thank the following individuals and community groups for their generous support: Andrew and Sue Downing, Annette Day, Bunty Parsons, David and Dianne Hall, Don Neugg, Fran Whittingham, Georgina Moore, Glenice Gare, Greg May and Andrea Davies, Hilary Bruer, Jennifer Gilbert, John and Judy Dally, Kay Jamieson, Kerry Heysen, Laura Bulman, Libby Druce, Lyn Whitney, Margaret Sutherland, Michele Slatter, Pat Luscombe, Rob and Chris Waltham, Roslyn Franks, Sandra Kanck, Sue Morley and Teresa Quin.
Tutti Arts (tutti means everyone)
Taking the work of disabled artists to the world

Making great art and influencing social change

Tutti is a recognised leader in disability arts, a thriving multi arts organisation for self-identified learning disabled artists and the wider community

Tutti gratefully acknowledges the support of the South Australian Government through Disability SA and Arts SA. Tutti also acknowledges the support of our long term partner Minda Incorporated.