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From visual art to cabaret, and from Western Sydney to the heart of the city, here are our must-see picks from the 2020 Sydney Festival program.
Aussie visual artists headlne Sydney Festival at Carriageworks, new commission for Hyde Park Barracks, Mona goes music mad, Queer Screen festival news, and opportunities for the new year.
Start the year by filling up your diary – ArtsHub gives you the quintessential guide to Australian arts festival and events for 2020.
Key NSW organisations make Board announcements, plus festival and program announcements for Theatre Works, ACO and Summer Nights as well as more arts news.
Inaugural PHOTO 2020 Festival announced, All About Women line-up revealed, Lock out laws reversed in Sydney, celebrating Flesh after Five – and more arts news.
Spoilt for choices when it comes to picking what to see in next year’s queer arts festivals? Let us help you choose.
Artistic Director Marieke Hardy has resigned from the MWF with one year of her contract remaining, in order to focus on her own creative practice.
Regional Arts Victoria announces grant recipients, Circuz Oz and Melbourne Fringe launch $90,000 program to support contemporary circus, ABC to screen Ben Quilty documentary, plus more news
A celebration of place and people, the 2020 Festival acknowledges millennia of cultural practice and the strength and breadth of Indigenous culture.
Major new AGNSW commission, festival season heating up, latest tours and program announcements, and more.
A focus on access, environmental sustainability, and programming that grapples with some of the great moral questions of our time: the 2020 Adelaide Festival promises to provoke and inspire.
Mike Parr's latest performance, Japan Supernatural promises to be a crowd pleaser, Perth Taipei creative exchange, design writing conference, new theatre for Sydney, and more arts news.
From an online disability art portal, to a new ACMI x RMIT partnership, Womadelaide's 2020 program, DESIGN Canberra highlights and a major exhibition by Louise Weaver, we take a look at this week's arts news.
Film is the perfect medium to inspire and provoke direct action, says the Environmental Film Festival Australia's Director, Brooke Daly.
Advice from business leaders on asking governments for money, embedding culture in the political agenda, and getting the language right when you come to the table.
Instead of a single artistic director, the 32nd New Zealand Festival of the Arts features three high profile curators, Bret McKenzie, Laurie Anderson and Lemi Ponifasio, each programming a separate week.
Festivals play a vital role in commissioning and co-commissioning work from small to medium companies and independents. Without them, the arts ecology would suffer.
On the cusp of its second iteration, we look at how this art event is busting open 'outpost syndrome' by commissioning international artists to focus on local histories.
As his fourth and final MIAF enters its last week, Holloway reflects on his time in Melbourne and what working in Australia has taught him.
While video games are often associated with frivolous entertainment, hospitals around the world have begun using them to help improve sick children's quality of life.
Responding to a recent review, Cementa19 make the point, that like all good art, a festival should make you uncomfortable, awkward, challenged, and aware of the social reality in which you play.
The fourth edition of the biennial regional festival Cementa has just wrapped up, but for a post-industrial town the event misses its context and struggles to include residents.
Sculpture by the Sea versus Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: we weigh up the options for artists.
This year a performance was removed from Melbourne Fringe Festival amid cries of cultural appropriation and 'yellowface'. Natasha Jynel offers another perspective.
Young delegates faced the pressing issues of our time at this year's National Youth Arts Summit.
From cutting edge performance to timeless Aboriginal art, here are ArtsHub’s picks from the Darwin Festival program.
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A one-man show about loneliness, longing, and social media-enhanced isolation, and a dance theatre piece exploring call-out culture through a comic book lens.
Featuring works by a range of artists, A Forest is like a giant crumbling 21st century haunted house for adults.
This immersive sound installation in the depths of the Tasmanian bush is deceptively simple yet strikingly profound.
After epic weekends in the North West and the North East, the festival's final weekend reaches Hobart and the South.
The second weekend of Ten Days on the Island featured everything from contemporary performance in a black box theatre to a chamber orchestra playing in a vineyard.
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