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Participatory art places the audience at the centre of art-making with both creative and social pay-offs
The Artissima contemporary art fair is set apart by its orientation around appreciating the art.
Performing artists and companies from Europe, the UK and North America still dominate our touring stages: do we have a cultural blind spot where other regions are concerned?
What role does Augmented Reality play in the future of art, architecture, and the sustainability of future spaces?
From Castlemaine to Tennant Creek, regional arts festivals are flourishing, and maintaining a community focus is paramount to their success.
A mooted merger between the Adelaide Festival and the Festival Centre would fundamentally change the city's arts ecology.
How do you program an international arts festival, and are two festivals ever the same?
Music festivals are banning Native American headdresses, concerned that the fashion item is offensive cultural theft.
Who has more films? Bigger audiences? Better curation? Important premieres? ArtsHub's guide to everything you need to know Australian film festivals.
Over 400 shows involving more than 5000 artists feature in this year’s Fringe; choosing what to see doesn’t have to be a chore.
Firmly focused on writers instead of readers, this hands-on festival aims to energise Adelaide’s already active literary culture.
This year’s Melbourne Art Fair takes audiences beyond traditional ways of engaging with art into innovative and dynamic realms.
From live performances to a salt-of-the-earth recreation of a supermarket, this year’s Melbourne Art Fair has surprises galore. And this year we're blogging live from the Vernissage!
New data confirms what the recent cancellation of the Big Day Out foretold: the era of juggernaut festivals is drawing to a close.
Perth International Arts Festival’s Jonathan Holloway gave delegates at the recent APACA conference a frank insight into arts festivals with his controversial comment that they can be seen as 'fundamentally unjustifiable'.
We are finally getting good research on the arts; how can you use it to develop your audience?
As video art merges with visual, arts festivals are moving in on turf that used to belong to film festivals.
The recent Remix conference explored how technology and entrepreneurship are remaking culture in the information age.
With jazz festivals over the next few months from Perth to Devonport , we listen out for an identifiable Australian sound.
Australians are used to thinking of New Zealand as a place to ski or hike but for arts lovers NZ is a becoming a desirable place to soak up spectacle or discover new art.
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