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The initiative, presented in partnership with Accessible Arts, aims to increase the number of Deaf artists and artists with disability creating work for Australian festivals.
Sydney Fringe Festival has launched An Anthology of Space 2015-2018, a report that proposes solutions to overcome the onerous red tape in activating city spaces
The Tasmanian Government has announced a five year funding commitment through Events Tasmania to the Australian Musical Theatre Festival, to be held in Launceston in 2019.
International arts tourism has grown at a higher rate than overall international tourism over the last five years, according to a new report.
Social media attack or real concerns? ArtsHub examines this week’s news of BOAA’s alleged financial mismanagement, which has resulted in delayed artist payments.
The sudden dismissal of Creative Director Jacob Boehme, and the speed with which he was replaced, has left some in Melbourne’s arts sector scratching their heads.
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.
New AD at Yellow Wheel; Executive Director appointed at Monsalvat; Aboriginal health researcher joins Adelaide Fringe Board, new Board appointments for MCA, and more.
Three generous bequests amounting to half a million dollars over the next decade will build on the legacy of the late Frank Ford AM.
Adelaide’s arts community is mourning the passing of Frank Ford, founder of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and Adelaide Fringe’s first Chair.
South Australia’s festival for the visual arts has grown exponentially through its democratic model of inclusion and celebration of living practitioners.
The Tasmanian government has committed $1.75 million to the relocation of Mona Foma (MoFo) to Launceston for each of next three years.
'The Woolworths Group has always been supportive of the Arts Festival. This is not a decision based on the artist in question, but as further support to the community in which we operate.'
The current Artistic Director of Melbourne Festival, Jonathan Holloway, will step down from the role after completing his fourth festival in 2019.
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.
The discovery of gravitational waves gives us new ways to explore the cosmos, with poets and sound artists as our guides.
Why do some events resonate so strongly with audiences that they become instant favourites, whereas other programming decisions quickly fall by the wayside?
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.
Touring a show from Perth to Sydney is hard yakka – especially when your artistic ambition is constrained by the size of your suitcase.
Recent events may have left some artists questioning the validity of the Fringe model. Simon Abrahams, Creative Director/CEO of Melbourne Fringe, explains why Fringe Festivals are still an important catalyst for creativity and cultural democracy.
We explore the challenges facing Tasmania’s creative industries in the lead-up to the state election on Saturday 3 March.
A recent ArtsHub feature called Fringe Festivals 'the arts world's version of a pyramid marketing scheme'. Here, a Fringe Festival Director responds to that criticism.
Festival audiences become part of a collective experience giving individuals a sense of community all humans need.
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.
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The 2018 festival does not shy away from polarising topics that provide an impetus to discuss tensions between the developed and the developing world.
Snapshot reviews of this year’s Melbourne International Arts Festival.
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Hobart’s renowned winter festival encourages punters to take risks, and rewards visitors with fascinating arts experiences.
Diverse, fresh, and vivid voices animate this extraordinary writers’ festival.
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