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How art connects the two most distant but closest nations on Earth

Helen Salmon, Director of British Council Australia, reflects on the role of art in uniting our two nations.

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Co-Artistic Directors stepping back sooner than planned

An early transition for incoming Artistic Director Ruth Mackenzie CBE has been made possible by pandemic era circumstances.

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Theatre review: Girls & Boys, State Theatre Company of South Australia

A finely wrought and harrowing piece of theatre and a highlight of the 2022 Adelaide Festival.

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Exhibition Review: Isaac Julien and Helen Fuller, Samstag Museum of Art

A local ceramicist in tandem with an international UK video installation artist in standalone exhibitions.

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Opera review: The Golden Cockerel, Adelaide Festival

A never before seen opera in Australia given the surreal Kosky touch.

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Richard Flanagan damns arts-uninterested politicians

Saying that we are 'fearful of dreaming large about what we are as a people', Richard Flanagan blasted our politicians…

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Exit interview: Jo Dyer, Adelaide Writers' Week Director

From director to Writers Festival Director to author to political candidate, Jo Dyer juggles many hats. As she departs her…

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Theatre reviews: The Photo Box and The Nightline, Adelaide Festival

Unique stories are brought to vivid life in these distinctive and fascinating productions.

Four women in profile pictures: top left to right Leanne Hall, Jordi Albiston, Karen Wyld abnd Tara June Winch
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Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature showcase excellence

This year's prize winners are a diverse group and many of the top prizes go to women.

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Concert review: Watershed, Adelaide Festival

This compelling and deeply moving act of communal remembrance features a libretto co-written by Christos Tsiolkas and Alana Valentine.

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