Something new is underway! Fabrik’s exciting redevelopment has started, which will create purpose-built galleries, workshop spaces, artist studios, a brand new retail store, accommodation for an artist in residence, and a heritage interpretation throughout the site, celebrating the history of the Onkaparinga Woollen Mill.
Fabrik’s dream is not just about bricks and mortar (although we think ours are pretty special), but about bringing our community together through creative activity and supporting artists to develop their creative practice into a viable business. With all of this happening, we know we will have an amazing venue to attract visitors to visit, and as a result, explore the rest of what the beautiful Adelaide Hills has to offer.
Fabrik is closed until 2024 while construction work is underway.
Fabrik is owned and operated by Adelaide Hills Council. This redevelopment project is joint funded by Council’s and $3 million from the State and Federal Government funded Local Economic Recovery support, under the National Bushfire Recovery Fund.
See below for concept images developed by architects Walter Brooke.