Impersonal Space @ Old Queen's Theatre
Oct 19 @ 7:00 pm – Oct 28 @ 8:00 pm

"Nameless" - the central character in Impersonal Space

Impersonal Space

A unique, full-hearted and funny look at how autistic people see and experience the world

“Nameless” is a nine-year-old girl who loves nothing more than her family, star-gazing, and hot chips. But Nameless isn’t like the other children at school: hyper intelligent, she excels at maths and reads books at a teenage level. Sometimes she does strange things like shout when people touch her or scream when class gets too loud, and the bullies call her “dopey” and “weird”. She feels isolated, sad and confused, until a medical diagnosis reveals the truth – Nameless has autism.

Taking comfort in the stories of her scientific heroes and imaginary friends Albert Einstein and Sir Isaac Newton, geniuses many now believe were on the spectrum themselves, Nameless sets out on a journey of the imagination to find strength and confidence in her differences and happiness in herself.

This is the story of how a family comes to terms with difference and how a young girl comes to terms with herself.

Impersonal Space is an original production by Company AT, one of the world’s first performing arts ensembles where all members are on the autism spectrum.

Supported by Australia Council, Arts South Australia, Creative Partnerships Australia and Autism SA.

Three shows of the season will offer Auslan and audio description. Click on the following link for the pre-show notes developed by Access2Arts.

All shows are wheelchair accessible.

Port Adelaide Studio Sale @ Fontanelle Gallery & Studio
Nov 25 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

We are joining in the Christmas fun and opening up our Port Adelaide studio during the Port Adelaide Twilight Christmas Parade! Come on by for a look at what our artists have been up to during this year and find the perfect Christmas present amongst the works for sale. There will be small artworks, cards and even brooches available, all at fantastic prices!

Wheelchair access is via the rear of the building in Black Diamond Laneway (at the corner of the Black Diamond Gallery, just before Nile St). Please contact Tutti staff on 0435 143 672 on the night to access.

Minda & Bank SA Christmas Carols & Markets @ Minda
Dec 9 @ 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Tutti Choir will be performing at the 2017 Minda & Bank SA Christmas Carols & Markets.

Taking place on Saturday 9th December, from 2pm – 7pm, there will be live entertainment on stage, with Christmas Carols from 5pm, and plenty of other entertainment for the whole family: Adelaide’s best food trucks and amusements including a carousel, climbing wall, petting zoo, mini-golf, bouncy castle, face painting and of course, SANTA!

The Christmas market will include over 30 stall holders selling a range of items such as Christmas gifts, homewares, candles, gardening and outdoor accessories, children’s clothing, accessories and toys, adult clothing and jewelry.

Entry via gold coin donation, with parking available on site for $5. The event is licensed BYO.

Promotional image for the Minda Bank SA 2017 Christmas Carols event

Christmas Proms 2017 @ Her Majesty's Theatre
Dec 14 @ 11:00 am – Dec 16 @ 8:30 pm

Adelaide Festival Centre's Christmas Proms 2017 promotional imagePresented by Adelaide Festival Centre, this year’s Christmas Proms will feature the Tutti Choir!

The Idea of North will take you on a musical journey around “A World of Christmas”. Follow their impeccable harmonies as they perform not only in English, but also in Catalan, Hebrew, Spanish and Soussou!

Australian conductor Benjamin Northey will lead the orchestra, while you sing along with Tutti Choir and our On Stage Children’s Choir. Santa might even join our emcee: Adelaide’s Jane Doyle from Seven News.

A new ‘Christmas Wonderland’ will be open from 45 minutes prior to each session. Children are invited to dress-up and enjoy this magical activity with our ‘Elferazzi’ to get into the spirit of Christmas Proms.

Onkaparinga Arts Surf Exhibition @ Onkaparinga Arts Centre
Dec 15 2017 – Jan 27 2018 all-day

Tutti artists Scott Pyle and Kurt Bosecke each have two works in Onkaparinga Arts’ 2017 Surf Exhibition.

The Surf Art exhibition marks the beginning of summer and has become one of the pivotal features of the annual program at the Arts Centre, Port Noarlunga.

Carving a place in the hearts and souls of the southern arts calendar, the exhibition celebrates not only surfing culture, but also the region’s history, stunning coastal environment and lifestyle.

Tutti Christmas Closure
Dec 21 2017 – Jan 14 2018 all-day

Tutti Arts programs will not be running from 21 December 2017 until 17 January 2018 due to our annual Christmas closure.

Luminosity @ Centrepoint building
Jan 15 – Feb 23 all-day

Tutti’s Film & New Media artists and staff will be part of Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) and City of Adelaide’s Luminosity project in early 2018. Luminosity will feature large-scale, silent projections on the Centrepoint building on Rundle Street. For this project, Tutti artists will “express happiness, electricity, power, different dimensions, mystery, fun, and different emotions” by exploring painting with light.

So if you are in the city during this time, be sure to check it out!

Wild Things visual art exhibition @ Women's & Children's Hospital
Feb 12 – Mar 25 all-day

See the Women’s & Children’s Hospital transformed into a world of wild landscapes where strange and beautiful creatures lurk, envisaged and designed by 16 artists who work from the Tutti Arts studios in Brighton.

A woman stands side on with a cockatoo on her shoulder in front of a pink and green striped background

‘Wild Thing’ by Jenna May

Featuring various sizes and scales of 2D works in mixed media, these mythically alluring works invite us to rekindle childhood imaginings of all that is wild and free.  

This exhibition is part of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe Festival. Meet the artists at the Opening on Tuesday 27 February at 12pm.


Banjobe Hunt, Casey Spehr, Charlie Taplin, Gary Hobbs, Giorgio Mouzakitis, Jackie Saunders, Jane Hewitt, James Kurtze, Jenna May, Jessica  Galea, Joel Hartgen, Kathryn Evans, Kimberly Sellers, Kurt Bosecke, Samantha Garton and William Gregory

SEA me visual art exhibition @ Fontanelle Gallery & Studio
Feb 19 – Mar 13 all-day

Inspired by Port Adelaide and the sea that surrounds it, SEA me features seascapes and the bizarre and intriguing creatures that live  in its deep blue depths.

Acrylic painting of a modernistic mermaid by Ellese McLindin

Acrylic painting by Ellese McLindin

SEA me is a body of work developed by four Tutti Arts visual artists based at the Fontanelle workshop in Port Adelaide and showcases colourful and lively 2D works in mixed media of various sizes and scales.

This exhibition is part of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe Festival and is open on Mondays and Tuesdays during Fontanelle opening hours from 19 February until 13 March 2018.

Meet the artists at the Opening on Saturday 24 February at 5pm.


Ellese McLinden, Josh Maloney, Scott Pyle and Matina Kallushis.

Fierce visual art exhibition @ Fisher Jeffries
Apr 5 @ 9:00 am – Apr 26 @ 5:00 pm

Fierce is a celebration of Tutti Arts’ female visual artists and their unique perspectives. The exhibition is equal measures of vibrant and bold, and soft and pastel, creating a striking impression and an insight into the artists themselves. Expressing themselves as both artists and women, this work offers no explanations or justifications, it is simply Fierce.

Artwork by Tessa Crathern featuringmulti-coloured geometric shapes on a gold background

Artwork by Tutti artist Tessa Crathern for the 2018 ‘Fierce’ exhibition

This free exhibition is open on weekdays only (Monday – Friday), from 9am to 5pm. The venue is accessible to people who use wheelchairs.

The official opening will be held on Thursday 5 April at 5.30pm. Our opening speaker is visual artist Laura Wills. All are welcome to attend.