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Organisers are determined to harness the community’s energy into a constructive future outcome.
In a detailed statement the Board have outlined their reasons for closing the festival down but failed to explain their lack of community consultation.
The Tasmanian Government has set ambitious targets to match a generous five-year funding package for the idiosyncratic winter arts festival.
Despite initially agreeing to front a public forum to explain why they have axed the festival, board members cancelled at short notice.
Current funding challenges facing the arts sector are not the reason for the festival’s closure says Chair, while stakeholders fume over lack of consultation.
Melbourne’s popular dusk-til-dawn event will return next year under new leadership and with an additional host city in regional Victoria.
A new dance festival in February 2017 will provide a new stage for contemporary dance in Queensland and tough competition for the southern states.
The future of Darwin Festival is in doubt with the NT Government dismissing the board on Wednesday.
A public forum brings the arts sector together to find a unified voice in order to amplify the voice of the arts in the face of current challenges.
A new app helps festival performers, producers and creators avoid the time-suck of development logistics to focus on making great work.
More than $55,000 in funding has been invested in profile-building for SA artists at the world’s largest arts festival.
David Hockney, indie theatre in Hobart, Capsis as Crisp, and Madama Butterfly are among this week's program announcements.
A gay man and a lesbian walk into a bar – and marry one another, since they can’t marry their actual partners.
From Ipswich to Adelaide, this week's program announcements include festival sneak peeks, national tours and more.
Dubbo as host of the national ARTLANDS conference is a strong case for funding regional arts over the metropolitan fringe.
From heavy metal peril to recycled glassware, sculpture takes the stage this month stretching coastlines from Victoria to Western Australia, but do we remember to appreciate sculpture between the festivals
Topple the green eye monster or hijack an art bus and flirt with the edges - the possibilities are endless at this year’s Art Month.
Meghan Bourke, Executive Director & CEO of Next Wave will part ways with the festival only days before its program launch on 15 March.
More than $750,000 will be distributed among 18 projects through the Ministry for the Art’s latest funding round.
Attendances grow for Melbourne’s newest festival pavilion, and its international vision continues with announcement of next architect.
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