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Change is afoot at the Advisory Committee for Indigenous Repatriation, the Australian Cultural Fund, Arts Access Victoria and more.
Now in its second year, the Sunshine Coast’s Horizon Festival is at the forefront of the region’s burgeoning arts and cultural activities.
A festival in Sydney is generating momentum by creating a new Australian sound.
The popular dusk to dawn arts event will return to regional Victoria and the state’s capital in 2018.
Scientists and artists come together to explore a complicated subject.
Adelaide Film Festival is honouring free-thinking filmmakers and 40 years of rebellion in their 2017 program.
International arts festivals like OzAsia are uniquely placed to break down boundaries between individuals and nations.
We speak to the artists behind new commissions for Glow Winter Arts Festival in the City of Stonnington about what it’s like to create with light.
Fragmenting audiences, decolonisation, and arts centres muscling in on their territory: what do the coming years hold for our arts festivals and how will they evolve?
Are you ready to discover short film this October?
A recent ArtsHub feature called Fringe Festivals 'the arts world's version of a pyramid marketing scheme'. Here, a Fringe Festival Director responds to that criticism.
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From Darwin to Footscray, change is afoot in numerous organisations, including the craft, screen and festival sectors.
Commemorating 70 years of Fringe Festivals, World Fringe Day takes place on 11 July. But is the Fringe model still working?
The isolation of working in remote Australia is no drawback for a network of Indigenous art centres, which act as feeders to our top galleries and festivals.
Ballarat Gallery Director retires, NCCA Director resigns, and two Festival directors announced.
Art centres in remote communities don’t often get the attention they deserve but they are the backbone of Indigenous arts practice in Australia.
The Desert Mob Symposium invites audiences and artists to learn from each other.
A unique festival in Alice Springs combines modern technology and ancient landscapes.
A multi-layered and vulnerable exploration of relationship dynamics and risk.
Compelling and intricate, a knitting of exquisite sound and delicately controlled choreography.
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