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London based movement and theatre artist Wendy Houstoun will be performing her solo show, Desert Island Dances, in a crowded old Dutch circus tent in Hyde Park for this summer’s Sydney Festival. She speaks to Arts Hub about dance, comedy, and how every audience is different.
Hawkesbury Regional Gallery: The Beanie Festival & knit one, purl one, knit one…
The NOW now Festival of Spontaneous Music, now in its 8th year, will be held in January 2009.
Wild West Comedy Festival Gala Night, Regal Theatre, (Perth).
Terrain Dance Festival is a biennial event that celebrates the best contemporary dance from culturally diverse artists.
It’s here! The much-anticipated 2009 Come Out Festival program was released today and promises to blast South Australia with an arts spectacular full of colour, creativity and fun.
Apocalypse Perth, Always Working Artists as part of the 2008 Silver ArtRage Festival at The Blue Room, (Perth).
The Adelaide Festival Centre is pleased to announce musical theatre legend Bernadette Peters will open the 2009 Adelaide Cabaret Festival, performing in the Festival Theatre on 6 and 7 June.
Arts Hub recently spoke to Marcus Canning, Festival Director of Perth’s ARTRAGE Festival, which is currently celebrating 25 years worth of creative excellence.
Best of contemporary Australian Shorts made by women!
Encouraging creativity, skill and innovation in contemporary glass: The 2008 Ranamok Glass Prize opens in Sydney.
Dying City, Red Ryder Productions at The Blue Room as part of the Silver Artrage Festival 2008, (Perth).
A new festival in Adelaide’s festival ‘off season’ is gathering ground and popularity. Launched in 2007, this years OzAsia Festival (already held in September14 – 28), surpassed all targets proving –‘if you bill it they will come.’ Executive producer Jacinta Thompson’s gamble, supported by Adelaide Festival Centre CEO, Douglas Gautier - to bring Asian arts into the Australian mainstream has paid o
An adventurous new Live Art festival is wooing renowned international contemporary artists and curators to Australian soil to present installations, collaborations and forums with local artists over five sites in Queensland from 22 October to 1 November.
The Art Deco 2008 Regional Festival will celebrate and showcase Victoria’s rich Art Deco history through exhibition, tours, activities, lectures and more from this weekend to September 28.
Jazz Qld are currently inviting Artists Applications until the 30th September 2008 for the biennial Valley Jazz Festival, to be presented from May 12 to 17 2009, across 16 live music venues in Australia's only entertainment precinct Fortitude Valley.
The Perth International Arts Festival is delighted to announce the appointment of Margaret Moore to the newly created role of Visual Arts Program Manager.
The National Young Writers Festival is an annual celebration of writing, spoken word, comics, ‘zines, performance art and alternative forms of publishing that celebrates everything creative, experimental and avant-garde.
The Adelaide Festival Corporation welcomes to its team a new Visual Arts Curator, Victoria Lynn. Selected by incoming Artistic Director of the 2010 Adelaide Bank Festival of Arts, Paul Grabowsky, Victoria Lynn is regarded as one of Australia’s leading curators of the visual arts.
The inaugural Adelaide Queer Film Festival has been launched and will open at the Mercury Cinema on Friday 5 September.
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