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Festival curator Richard Moore tells ArtsHub what makes a winning short film – and how it’s really not so far from Dandenong to Cannes.
This homegrown festival, The Big Anxiety, is leading the world in new practice and conversations about mental health, combining art, science and technology.
When some of the sharpest minds working across museums, technology and entrepreneurship converge in the one space, great ideas are bound to be exchanged. Such was the case at the 2019 Perth REMIX Summit.
ArtsHub speaks to Saltwater Freshwater Festival’s General Manager, Chris Spencer, to find out what makes a festival successful.
A festival in Melbourne’s inner suburbs is bringing the community together after-dark to experience installations in an enchanted neon-lit garden.
It’s not regional arts practice; it’s great art practice that happens outside our cities. Artstate Tamworth is cracking open thinking on one of Australia’s largest growing sectors – and it’s happening this October.
The regional Victorian city of Bendigo comes alive with three major cultural events this winter.
From Top End musicians and contemporary Aboriginal art to some of the nation’s best and biggest companies and performers, there’s never been a better time to escape the winter chill and experience Australia’s hottest arts festival.
Robert Hammond, Co-founder of the High Line, shares his experience creating one of New York's iconic public spaces.
At Remix Summit London, Sophie Harding (Mindshare UK) gave her insight into what would be the big trends for this year, from podcast boom to how your smart speakers are becoming 'more human'.
The world’s largest art gallery isn’t in Paris, St. Petersburg or New York City. It’s the Northern Territory.
Some of the world’s oldest cultures merge with the latest digital technology to deliver a light festival in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre that welcomes all to embrace language and Country as a shared future.
Like Launceston’s Cataract Gorge, Mona Foma has broken through cultural fault lines to ensure its first iteration in Tasmania’s north will be a celebration of art and music like no other.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This festival redresses the balance in where the state’s cultural conversations are held.
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