The Barossa Arts Festival is running from 30 March to 30 April this year, with events, workshops and exhibitions across the Barossa region.

We are excited to be hosting two events at cellar door

Sculptures by Tony Howard displayed in the garden | 28 March – 30 April

On display in our Small Victories cellar door garden from 28 March to 30 April, wander our beautiful garden and admire Tony’s sculptures.

Tony is qualified boiler maker and blacksmith and made the decision a couple of years ago to move into full time metal sculpting.

Paint and sip – Pop Art Pets – with Adele Justice | Sunday, 14 April 2024  |  10am – 1pm

A three hour workshop, with all necessary materials provided, including aprons, easels, brushes, and paints. Adele will expertly guide participants through the process of creating a Pop Art-style painting of their pet to take home.

pop art pets event 14 April 2024

And there are lots of events, workshops and more we’re interested in checking out ourselves. Today we’re going to share a few of the things we are looking forward to during the Festival.

What is the Barossa Arts Festival?

“The Barossa Arts Festival is a biennial event celebrating colour, creativity and culture. It brings together the best artists from across South Australia for a month long festival of interactive workshops, classes, music and art events.”

What we’ve picked from the Barossa Arts Festival Program

I would love to attend the ‘Charcoal Drawing Amongst The Vines’ workshop being held at the beautiful St Hugo, and ensure I stay for lunch too! Such a unique artform, that I would be intrigued to revisit after originally doing it back in my high school art days… Am sure I am no better, but a fun opportunity to try!
– Karli, Small Victories Brand Manager

I’m going to check out the current ‘PLACE’ exhibition at Wonderground – a contemporary art gallery and cellar door overlooking rolling hills and vineyards in Seppeltsfield. I have been wanting to visit this transformed century-old farmhouse, by some very talented local Barossa artists, since its opening last year!
– Bec, Small Victories Owner

My daughter is booked in for a Creative Watercolour Workshop for kids and is very excited about it. Perfect timing for the school holidays! I am also looking forward to going to our local Kapunda Community Gallery for the current exhibition.
– Jess, Digital Marketing Manager

Learn more about the Barossa Arts Festival

To learn more about the Barossa Arts Festival, visit the website or check out the Facebook page with more details.