The annual Adelaide Festival of Arts is currently on, and in Elder park they have a massive digital art light exhibition (details: http://www.adelaidefestival.com.au/2015/visual_arts/blinc) running for a couple of weeks. So of course, we gathered our cameras and friends and trooped out at *30 for what I figured would be an hour or so of fun viewing. It was so good we ended up leaving at 1am. They have projected various displays across the interesting landmarks that line the Torrens river in North Adelaide. They also have several interactive installations, the most enchanting of which has to be the hanging, changing strings of rubbery lights inside the old rotunda. A really really good event in Adelaide’s busy Mad March, entry is free, and if you are in the city you should make an effort to pop in; you won’t be disappointed.