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Everyone wants big audiences but bigger isn't always better at public art events as Perth Festival, Vivid Sydney and White Night Melbourne all know.
An audience of 1.4 million flooded the streets for the opening event of Perth International Arts Festival.
Josephine Ridge's replacement will commence work in April, to begin programming the 2016 Melbourne Festival.
Kate Champion has worked with fat activist Kelli Jean Drinkwater to bring larger-bodied performers to the stage.
More international delegates than ever before are attending this year’s Dance Massive.
On the eve of the 2015 festival, here are our hot tips as to the shows you absolutely shouldn’t miss in this year’s program.
Formerly the Artistic Director of Perth Festival from 1976 to 1999, Blenkinsop has died aged 77.
A record number of events will be presented at the 2015 Fringe, but Director Greg Clarke has no fears the festival is growing too large.
The latest program announcements.
Multicultural arts is moving beyond Chinese lanterns to celebrate the vibrancy of contemporary Asian art.
Barack Obama challenged Tony Abbott on climate change at the G20 but he burned carbon getting here. Artists have an alternative.
A rebranded arts festival embraces all of Tasmania, a major retrospective announced for QAGOMA, and Here Lies Love pops up.
Festival directors around the country have reacted with concern to the proposed merger of Adelaide Festival and the Adelaide Festival Centre.
What's in store for the 2015 Perth International Arts Festival, at Bally on High, and at the digital festival Pause?
Chief Executive and Director Greg Clarke will move back to Sydney following his fifth and final Fringe.
Companies from Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide have been awarded $10,000 each in the Fund’s inaugural grants round.
The Castlemaine State Festival has announced key acts for the multi-arts inclusive line-up ahead of the December launch.
The work presented at This is Not Art is risk-taking, experimental, and sometimes unfinished – and that's what makes it such fun.
Shifting boundaries and physical endurance are tested at Melbourne Festival exhibition.
The biennial state-wide festival will henceforth be known as the Tasmanian International Arts Festival.
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