The home of the arts in SA
InReview is the independent and freely accessible home of professional arts reviewing and critique in South Australia.
With the support of foundation partners the Judith Neilson Institute, Ulrike Klein AO, Tracey Whiting AM and the Helpmann Academy, InReview has just begun its second year, filling the void in arts journalism in Adelaide.
InReview publishes professional, rigorous and credible arts journalism and cultural commentary each weekday, supplemented with print features in Solstice’s CityMag and SALIFE magazine.
InReview gathers together South Australia’s most comprehensive pool of arts critics and journalists to review and explore every aspect of the arts and culture in South Australia.
The site covers theatre, music, books and poetry, visual art, dance, design and architecture, popular culture, film and television, and more, drawing on experienced local contributors and also giving opportunities to new voices.
The Helpmann Academy has joined with InReview on a mentoring project, which connects experienced critics with new voices and provides an outlet for their developing work.
A digital magazine is sent free to subscribers each Wednesday, with a strong mix of reviews, commentary, news and features on the broadest sweep of arts and culture in South Australia.
InDaily, SALIFE and CityMag have always covered the arts, but this new not-for-profit project has enabled us to hugely expand the depth and breadth of our work.
Ultimately, we hope to develop InReview into a new model for arts journalism throughout Australia – a community and philanthropy-funded project to support professional, rigorous and compelling arts and cultural journalism and commentary.
Source: Campaign Monitor June 2022