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A body wrapped in paper is carried aloft by five women who have their backs to the viewer.

Dance review: To Carry/To Hold, Theatre Royal Hobart

A dance work that focused on touch, skin, and the history and glory of the human body.

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Festival of Voices

Festival of Voices 2024

Festival of Voices is Tasmania's ultimate winter singing celebration for all music lovers, with renowned performers, workshops, and participatory events.

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.

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.

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.

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Waverley 150+. A black and white photograph of a brick factory with 'Waverley Mills' printed on a wall.

Waverley 150+ exhibition: celebrating Tasmania's first commercial woollen factory

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

A heritage-listed former warehouse that is now an arts centre. The photo shows the sandstone which makes up the building, several windows, and a sign reading 'Salamanca Arts Centre' above the main entrance.

Salamanca Arts Centre campaigns for Tasmanian Icon status

Home to many artists and arts organisations, Hobart's heritage-listed Salamanca Arts Centre has not received recurrent government funding for over…

a montage of sepia toned 18th and 19th century illustrated portraits of 18th and 19th century Australian convicts and First Nations people.

Major new museum show unshackles convict stories from myth

The exhibition spotlights freedom fighters among Australia’s early convicts to reframe well-worn narratives around their fates as dispossessed victims. Instead,…

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