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The latest festival and exhibition announcements, opportunities for artists, and a summary of arts news from around the country.
Announcing new dates in September, Parrtjima 2020 is enduring - at once topical and timeless in shareing the stories of our Red Centre through light sculptures, talks and music, which connect culture and landscape.
Badiucao is again at the centre of a censorship debate, left questioning the ambiguity the protest intentions, and structures of fear emerging in Australia.
As Metro Arts prepares to relocate to a new home in Brisbane’s West End, the organisation is throwing a festival to say goodbye to the building it’s long called home.
Announcing Tandanya Fringe 2020 – celebrating 30 years of the Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute in partnership with Adelaide Fringe.
Dark Emu author Bruce Pascoe has withdrawn from upcoming Australian appearances due to bushfire damage to his property outside Mallacoota.
A three day conference as part of Adelaide Fringe is exploring the future of storytelling through immersive technology, virtual reality and the convergence of theatre, screen production and gaming.
The inaugural Can’t Do Tomorrow urban and street art festival will pack a multi-level warehouse space with locally produced art and installations, a political world premiere and feature a 22-carriage freight train as a moving gallery.
From lost trades to contemporary Indigenous fashion, Bendigo’s museums and festivals showcase the best of past and present.
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.
ArtsHub gives you the quintessential guide to Australian arts festival and events for 2020, with up to the minute news on date changes and revised programming.
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.
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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.
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.
Spoilt for choices when it comes to picking what to see in next year’s queer arts festivals? Let us help you choose.
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.
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.
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.
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