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|Description:||This popular project was initiated as a venue for the 2013 Adelaide Festival. It was also embraced as part of Adelaide City Council’s Splash Adelaide initiative which seeks to activate and enliven spaces throughout the city with a range of temporary and ephemeral insertions. A wide range of elements contribute to this, from simple deck chairs to facilities for markets or movie screening. The Depot represents the most substantial transformation of a vacant site and begins to explore what it might mean to make the temporary more permanent. The Depot was a venue created for a full program of events, both free and ticketed, over the 2013 Adelaide Festival period. It catered for activities and acts, day and night for variety of audiences: music of all genres, cabaret, dance, magic, markets, food festivals, community participation acts and much more, including already-established Festival favourites and band new events.|
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