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Olympian turned cabaret artist Matthew Mitcham, legendary performer Carlotta, and trans icon Buck Angel feature in this year’s Feast program.
Can major companies learn from a Melbourne artist’s hands-on approach to recruiting culturally diverse audiences?
As plans for the 2015 event get under way, new organisations join forces to ensure its continued success.
Created with the Carmina Slovenica choir, Heiner Goebbels’ latest work is a meditation on time and the end of innocence.
Lisa Daniel has announced she will leave the Melbourne Queer Film Festival after 16 years as Festival Director.
Australia’s only eco arts village in the Blue Mountains will once again host a sketching competition designed to inspire artists.
A wealth of experience has been brought to the Festival before it kicks off next month.
Liquid Architecture’s 2014 program takes the participant on an enthralling, investigative conceptual journey into sound.
A festival-within-a-festival, FR!SK aims to help emerging artists get to grips with professional practice.
Cultural ties are given a boost by a renewed exchange between South Australia and China’s Shandong province.
In a year where solidarity with feminism is a hot topic, Melbourne’s first feminist film festival will make its inaugural debut.
The laneways of The Rocks will soon see art at every corner, as they come alive with cabaret, theatre and art.
Melbourne Music Expo, headlined by Ash Grunwald, has received a grant to maximise the event’s tourism potential.
Performers will be tickling the ivories at two very different events in Bendigo and Shepparton in the coming days.
Sydney's bushlands will be transformed for Siteworks, a weekend of performance, art and ecological initiatives.
Melbourne lends fashion flair to ASEAN-Australia diplomacy as big brands and local talent join forces in an international runway extravaganza.
Council’s new action plan includes investing in local talent, developing a flagship festival and securing major cultural partners.
Sculpture at Scenic World has announced its 2015 dates and is calling for artists worldwide to make this a definitive year.
Sculpture at Scenic World continues to grow with a new Exhibition Manager at the helm.
Three major events have been announced early as part of the line-up for next year’s Perth Festival.
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