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The French theatre-maker’s most extravagant work to date is a study of desire, power and social structures.
A South African youth choir nearly missed out on paying tribute to Mandela 20 years after apartheid at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Entries are still open for the Art & About Sydney 2014 Instagram photography prize.
Haruki Murakami has touched down at the Edinburgh International Book Festival – and the hysteria is just beginning.
A new film festival in Sydney explores the intersection of race, religion and spirituality.
Bondi's Rock Surfers Theatre Company are staging performances in people's living rooms for Art & About Sydney 2014.
With arts festival programs becoming monstrously large, perhaps it’s time to step back and consider the beauty of a smaller scale.
New Zealand's debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with contemporary dance group Black Grace is drawing crowds and rave reviews.
Australia's contemporary art mecca, Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art, has announced the dates for summer festival MOFO.
Southgate will showcase some of the best in fashion design for free during Spring Fashion Week this year.
Tourism Victoria has provided the Festival with funding to deliver interstate and overseas marketing activities.
Lord Mayor steps in to try and save boutique festival after lack of state funding leads organisers to pull the plug.
Artists in Edinburgh are taking advantage of the presence of friends and colleagues to collaborate, experiment and train together.
The Fringe brings thousands of visiting artists to Edinburgh but what impact does this have on artists who call the city home?
New artworks are being showcased to the public as part of the 2014 Perth City Winter Arts Season.
Biennale turns to London Curator for its 20th exhibition, with an emphasis on the intersection of performance and visual arts.
Live art, live music, cross-generational collaborations and memorials to dead pets; Junction is not your usual arts festival.
The City of Perth has commissioned two ephemeral art projects, taking art out of the gallery and onto the street.
The Fringe has returned to Edinburgh, along with the traditional fanfare of pop-up bars, fireworks, street performers and flyers.
Craft takes centrestage in a month-long event at Federation Square celebrating the art of the handmade.
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