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Big West closes with a bang, not a whimper when the festival wraps up with a Full House party on 28 November.
Performances at Big West Festival draw on the stories of the community, old and new.
Carriageworks is supporting artists with exciting new partnerships as part of its 2016 Artistic Program.
Sydney Festival 2016 presents a vibrant summer showcase of the arts.
The acclaimed boutique festival in the heart of Melbourne returns with their sweetest line-up yet: an immersive mix of music, food, and a special emphasis on visual arts. World premieres, Australian exclusives and boundary pushing local creatives have just been announced.
Bundanon’s annual festival ponders what is ‘natural’ and what is out of place.
Get out of the city August 7-9 for the Bendigo Writers festival and learn to how to get the most out of life.
The multi-arts Alice Desert Festival celebrates the diversity of the Red Centre.
More than 270 artists from Asia and Australia will perform this year at the Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival, one of the largest Asian arts festival in the Southern hemisphere.
The arts industry already produces great content, but a new breed of marketing specialist is needed to ensure our arts get to their audience.
Melbourne’s Fed Square invites everyone as it rejoices in Victoria’s vibrant cultures and artistic community this winter for three weeks in June.
Tasmania’s Festival of Voices is all about the human voice and celebrates community through its song.
The must-see arts events paying tribute to the centenary of Gallipoli around Australia and the world.
Sydney Film Festival marks a week-long celebration of cinema, highlighting stories shaping the contemporary film-scape.
Tura New Music’s flagship project, The 12th Totally Huge New Music Festival returns to Perth in May.
Community engagement is at the heart of the Queensland Music Festival.
Art’s ability to present new ideas and inspire change underpins PUBLIC 2015.
From championing pioneers of New Music to visionaries of art and culture in the public realm, the myriad of festivals on offer throughout Australia have an impact far beyond that of just audience entertainment.
In association with Sydney Festival, Carriageworks will present a monumental sculpture of Buddha moulded from ash.
Impressive in scope, scale and ambition, Carriageworks in the heart of Sydney’s Redfern continues the consolidation and growth of its formidable artistic program in 2015, cementing its place as a nationally unique and significant multi-arts institution.
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