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An aerial view taken at dusk of a large crowd gathered outdoors preparing to sing together as part of The Big Sing at Festival of Voices.
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Singing in the winter dark: Festival of Voices returns for 2024

Hobart’s original winter festival returns with a program featuring everything from US R&B star Macy Gray and choral workshops to…

A luminous inflatable statue of a contemplative male figures floats on a river at sunset. The sunset is reflected in the water and dark trees line the banks.
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David Walsh pulls the plug on summer festival Mona Foma

The festival’s most recent edition was ‘a poorly attended artistic triumph,’ according to Mona owner and founder David Walsh.

Waverley 150+. A black and white photograph of a brick factory with 'Waverley Mills' printed on a wall.
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Waverley 150+ exhibition: celebrating Tasmania's first commercial woollen factory

Design Tasmania is hosting Waverley 150+ as an evolving exhibition.

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Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery

Strange Nature

Get set to blur boundaries between art and nature at the Queen Victoria Art Gallery at Royal Park in Launceston,…

The Unconformity. Image is of performance participants sitting in kayaks on a lake.
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Festival review: The Unconformity, Queenstown

The Unconformity is a festival that interacts with the Queenstown landscape in unexpected ways.

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Summer festival season heats up as programs launch nationwide

Adelaide, Perth and Sydney Festivals launched their 2024 programs this week, with Mona Foma waiting eagerly in the wings.

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Exhibition review: Holding Pattern, Haus of Vovo

An exhibition that celebrates texture and pattern while strategically navigating the cultural connotations of textile works.

An aerial view of the winding road into Queenstown TAS highlighting the moonscape-like hills around the town.
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Unconformity rules at this unique celebration of place

This site-specific festival on Tasmania's remote West Coast offers locals and visitors alike an array of unique cultural experiences.

A blonde-haired white woman wearing glasses reads from a novel at a festival reading.
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Killing it in Australian publishing

Ann Cleeves and Garry Disher feature at the Huon Valley's Terror Australis Readers and Writers Festival, with panels, writer retreats,…

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Radical optimism on the island

The final festival from Lindy Hume saw artists making a range of important statements about their life experiences.

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