2018 Just Add Water Program

2018 Just Add Water Program

Available now!

The highly anticipated release of the 2018 Just Add Water (JAW) Alexandrina Arts and Culture Program took place with an official launch in December at Signal Point Gallery, Goolwa.

The seventh instalment of the 2018 JAW program presents shows in all major towns of the district including Goolwa, Mount Compass, Port Elliot, Langhorne Creek and Strathalbyn and will spark the interest of all age groups and backgrounds.

Presenting an array of individual performances, concerts, workshops and school holiday activities; and numerous visual art exhibitions and installations at venues and galleries across the Alexandrina region, the variety and breadth of experiences to enjoy in 2018 is unsurpassed.

Culturally significant Council events including the Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony; and NAIDOC and Reconciliation Week activities are part of the program again in 2018 and recognise the achievements of our people and embrace our rich cultural tapestry.

Mayor Parkes is excited to be able to present a diverse selection of arts and culture opportunities to the region.

“The Just Add Water Arts and Culture Program offers every member of the community, whatever their culture, age or ability, an exciting chance to discover new experiences, express themselves in new ways and gather to celebrate our diverse community,” he said.

“The diversity of content in the 2018 JAW program is unparalleled for a regional district’s cultural offering. From tribute shows, orchestral concerts, musical extravaganzas, opera, drama, dance, comedy and film, there is something for everyone.”

So, with the 2018 Just Add Water program fresh off the press, be sure to pick up a copy at the Goolwa or Strathalbyn Visitor Information Centres or view it online here

To whet your appetite, how does a Johnny Cash or Bee Gees tribute sound?