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A call to culture and country, the inaugural Corroboree Sydney Festival presents the very best in stories, song, dance and art.
Charles Bradley will headline a new festival in Tasmania.
A celebration of the engagement of one-to-one performance.
17 days and 129 events later, Melbourne Festival has had its most successful year yet.
Business expert and fashionista joins the annual Adelaide Queer Arts and Cultural Festival.
A part fairytale, part lipstick-smeared vigilante in on the board for Windmill Theatre in 2014.
A selection of thought-provoking pieces, from learning a new skill to discovering darkness within, marks this Proximity Festival schedule.
David Sefton’s new festival features everyone from Isabella Rossellini to Matthew Barney, and just a dash of synchronicity.
Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art Festival of Music and Art has an unpredictable line up for its 2014 MOFO festival.
An interactive one-on-one performance, Program A of the Proximity Festival 2013 was a journey without a dull moment in sight.
David Sefton set to curate his fourth consecutive festival.
In a fest of the west, the Sydney Festival will kick off proceedings in Parramatta.
Perth is taking pop up culture to the stage with STRUT's 'Eyes Wide' dance festival.
Stars Matt Corby, Beth Orton and Tim Finn among talented artists to perform at this years Woodford Folk Festival
ArtsHub's lowdown on the best and the rest from the Melbourne Festival.
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This year the sunset series of chamber music concerts makes a welcome return to the Melbourne Festival.
Scott Hicks' Don Dunstan Award gave him a chance to reflect on the nature of chance and the special quality of living in Adelaide.
Douglas Gautier, has been appointed chair of the Association of Asia Pacific Performing Arts Centres (AAPPAC).
Kerri Glasscock to helm the Festival from 2014-16.
If you're overwhelmed by this year's offerings at the Melbourne Festival, here are a few of ArtsHub's top picks.
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