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Now in its fourth year, Wonderland Festival at Brisbane Powerhouse is focused on giving up-and-coming artists an opportunity to showcase their work, and audiences an informal and exuberant experience.
From a contemporary response to Frankenstein, to an aural exploration of the body decaying after death, artists across the country are exploring creative responses to mortality.
Melbourne and Canberra go head-to-head over the self-appointed title of "design capital" this month, as both cities roll out programs of international quality.
Witness great writers and thinkers such as Helen Garner, Kerry O’Brien, Clementine Ford and the Hon. Bob Carr unpack the truth and "get real" with a range of intriguing topics.
New AD at Yellow Wheel; Executive Director appointed at Monsalvat; Aboriginal health researcher joins Adelaide Fringe Board, new Board appointments for MCA, and more.
The discovery of gravitational waves gives us new ways to explore the cosmos, with poets and sound artists as our guides.
Three generous bequests amounting to half a million dollars over the next decade will build on the legacy of the late Frank Ford AM.
Snapshot reviews of this year’s Melbourne International Arts Festival.
A joyous celebration of community; a warmhearted and generous theatrical production; a clarion call about the necessity of maintaining culture.
Adelaide’s arts community is mourning the passing of Frank Ford, founder of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and Adelaide Fringe’s first Chair.
Respect for artists’ contribution to social cohesion, passionate volunteer-run festivals, and celebrations of viniculture and architecture have put the City of Greater Bendigo squarely on the cultural tourism map.
Entering its 22nd year, the Japanese Film Festival has evolved to become Australia’s gateway to a world of cinema that depicts a very modern Japan.
Impressions of three very different events at this year’s Brisbane Festival, ranging from a homage to horror and a retelling of First Peoples’ legends, to a new variety show.
From contemporary dance to Chinese comedy, this year’s OzAsia Festival explores themes including post-colonialism and global inspiration across 18 days of adventurous programming.
Why do some events resonate so strongly with audiences that they become instant favourites, whereas other programming decisions quickly fall by the wayside?
A regional QLD city is turning heads on the film festival circuit, curating award-winning films from around the world, and championing the next generation of Australian filmmakers.
Converting the general public into arts lovers is everyone’s responsibility, and it’s an area in which festivals, with their range of free public events, can play a key role.
With dozens, sometimes hundreds of choices, navigating an arts festival program can be overwhelming. Arts industry figures offer their tips for making the most of the smorgasbord without getting indigestion.
South Australia’s festival for the visual arts has grown exponentially through its democratic model of inclusion and celebration of living practitioners.
This festival redresses the balance in where the state’s cultural conversations are held.
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