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Wonderwalls 2017 was a free street art celebration, bringing artists to paint in large scale in the Port after an incredibly successful festival in 2017.
Port Adelaide will warm up winter this year, hosting its first winter festival to celebrate creativity and community in the cooler months.
Read the stories about Wonderwalls from Lonely Planet, Broadsheet, The Adelaide Review, Fritz Mag, InDaily, Glam Adelaide and Clique.
We chatted to five incredible artists flying in for Wonderwalls Festival 2017 about their experiences and what to expect in the wondrous Port Adelaide event.
Why did Adelaide's homegrown, internationally worshipped, street art superstar Vans The Omega, a.k.a. the curator of Wonderwalls choose Port Adelaide for the festival again?
Since the start of the year, the streets have been buzzing with activity with hundreds enjoying the magic we have to offer here in Port Adelaide. Wow! But it’s not over yet. There's plenty more coming even leaving the crazy season.
Applications are sought from motivated, committed women living in Adelaide’s northern and western suburbs, who are interested in working in the steel manufacturing industry in this groundbreaking new program.