SALA Festival - Cycles in Time



When: 28 July - 14 October, during the Garden's regular opening hours

Where: Located in the southeast corner of the Adelaide Botanic Garden, behind the wine centre at roughly N22 on the map. Closest entrance is East Gate or via the Wine Centre

Cost: FREE

SALA Festival is at Adelaide Botanic Garden with 'Cycles in Time' by regional art trio The Stone Weavers. 

Cycles in Time is an installation artwork that highlights and celebrates the natural environment and the Barossa region.

Created by the Stone Weavers, the installation is a collaborative artwork that utilises knowledge gained through individual art practice. 

This groundwork installation uses locally sourced Keyneton Green Epidote from a local quarry and Ironstone gathered from farmers’ rock piles.

Stone is a material that has experienced geologically turbulent times, reflecting our political and environmental challenges. Through this work, we create connections between the region we live in and Adelaide Botanic Garden, by linking place, people and time through rhythm of colour, texture and form. 

About The Stone Weavers

Kate Jenkins, a potter, works traditionally with clay and natural materials. Her arts respond to climate and her environment.

Patricia Rose manipulates fibres in form and shape experimenting with traditional skills in new ways.

Kristin Wohlers creates mosaics and sculptures with traditional tesserae as well as local and repurposed materials.