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The Dhaka Art Summit is a research and exhibition platform for art, which in 2016 welcomed over 138,000 local and 800 international visitors.
Yidaki: Didjeridu and the Sound of Australia is an exhibition exploring the iconic didjeridu through sound, story, moving images & treasured objects.
Milingimbi Art & Culture senior artists have secured a Melon Fellowship grant to research the Kluge Ruhe Collection at University of Virginia, USA.
OzAsia Festival will present a Singapore-focused cultural engagement program that strengthens cultural ties with Singapore.
Canberra Glassworks will tour high quality works to the Toyama Glass Museum in Japan from 26 October to 4 November 2018.
Thomas Bock is an exhibition of works by a Birmingham-born convict artist conveying at once personal experience & an extraordinary historical moment.
‘Women’s Wealth’ is a major project developed for QAGOMA's flagship exhibition series, ’The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art ‘(APT9).
A collaborative, international exchange dedicated to the creation and exposure of world-class visual sonic art in Australia and Scotland.
Each year, MPavilion’s architectural commission and four-month-long public program captures the international imagination.
The project is the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, to be held in Seoul from September to November 2017.
SOUNDS AUSTRALIA will return to South America to cultivate the key relationships that were established across Chile, Argentina and Brazil in 2016.
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