Kieren Sanderson joins Oz Fest in India

Arts management consultant and producer Kieren Sanderson left the dusty deserts and tropical seas of the Northern Territory to work on Oz Fest in the vast megalopolis of Delhi.
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While director and producer of the 2008 Regional Arts Australia National Conference in Alice Springs Kieren Sanderson was watching with anticipation as Regional Arts Australia’s biggest event this year, Kumuwuki/Big Wave, launched in Goolwa, she was in Delhi working on Oz Fest, the biggest Australian cultural festival ever staged in India, so big that it was opened by Prime Minister Julia Gillard as a key function on her Indian mission.

Exploring new ways to create, view and share contemporary arts across diverse
cultures, communities and places, Sanderson took the opportunity to increase her capacity to deliver large-scale cross-cultural projects on an international stage.

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