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The national regional arts conference Artlands was launched yesterday with a power trifecta using the occasion to launch new programs in language, tourism and film.
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The general manager of Adelaide's Feast Festival has been suspended just five weeks before the festival.
Adelaide's claim as Australia's Festival City has been strengthened with the signing of a historic agreement with the world's biggest festival.
STC's interim AD; new member joins Adelaide Festival board; Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences welcomes two new directors.
Organisers are determined to harness the community’s energy into a constructive future outcome.
In a detailed statement the Board have outlined their reasons for closing the festival down but failed to explain their lack of community consultation.
The Tasmanian Government has set ambitious targets to match a generous five-year funding package for the idiosyncratic winter arts festival.
Despite initially agreeing to front a public forum to explain why they have axed the festival, board members cancelled at short notice.
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Our major festivals are increasingly finding themselves in competition with the growing number of festivals initiated by arts centres.
Australia has public holidays for agricultural shows, football finals and a horse race. Why don't the arts have a public day of celebration?
As "festivalisation" takes over our cities, one thing is increasingly left off the programing list – and that is the visual arts.
Despite recent dramas, including the dismissal of the Board and the appointment of a statutory manager, the 2016 Festival will proceed as scheduled.
The Confederation of Australian International Arts Festivals responds to the drastic reductions in funding for the small to medium arts sector.
Data shows that art lovers aren’t going to the same places where the money is. It's time funding began to respect the diversity of tastes found in Australian audiences, argues Marcus Westbury.
Science has shown us the facts but art is needed to stimulate action on climate change.
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