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The 2019-20 AJF grant round will open at 9am on Friday, 1 February and close at 2pm on Thursday, 28 March 2019.
In 2019 MONA FOMA will present a new Japanese Artist Residency Program to foster cross-cultural collaborations.
Inspired by the true story of Australian priest, Canberra Nara Peace Project is a cross-cultural theatre project about peacemaking between cultures.
OzAsia Festival presents the Australian premiere exhibition of data.tron [3K version] by Ryoji Ikeda.
This is a ten year project translating contemporary Australian novels into Japanese.
Cowra Voices is a storytelling project, narrating Cowra's unique story of civic peace and reconciliation.
Drumming is one of the oldest forms of expression, it ‘connects us to the heart and to each other’.
Bangarra Dance Theatre is Australia’s leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Dance Company.
Wara Art comes to Australia. For the first time, Australian audiences can see Japan's famous Wara (rice straw) Art sculptures.
With the cooperation of 12 countries and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this Project assists children from the affected areas of Japan earthquakes.
MADE will perform alongside Sadler’s Wells Company of Elders and Saitama Gold Theatre as part of the World Gold Theatre Festival in Saitama Japan.
Up to four Aboriginal performers will travel to Toowoomba’s Sister City, Takatsuki, located between Osaka and Kyoto, to perform at official functions.
This December, Garland magazine will publish an issue with a focus on Japanese crafts which inspire an increasing number of Australians.
'I let my body fall into a rhythm' is an exhibition of sculpture and performance by respected Australian artist Heather B. Swann.
SAND explores the weathered fragments of our past, embedded in landscape and built environments.
JAEPA is an important bilateral free trade agreement aimed at expanding trade and investment in a mutually beneficial manner.
A wonderful opportunity as part of Rugby AU's Rugby Diplomacy strategy to engage with the local Japanese's Rugby Community and fans.
Brumbies Rugby have a deep connection with Japan and it's people.
The internationally acclaimed Ryoji Ikeda returns to Carriageworks with micro | macro.
GOMA is an award-wining Japanese didgeridoo player (he won the Northern Land Council prize in 1998).
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