Explore everything that OzAsia Festival 2021 has to offer - including dance, theatre, music, comedy, visual arts, film, free events, food, talks and workshops.
Be inspired by the conversations we need to have with evil djinns, kung fu masters, shadow puppeteers, celebrity chefs, skincare corporations and even in the homes of strangers.
Featuring festival favourites such as Yui Kawaguchi along with prodigies Alison Currie, Raghav Handa and Sue Healey tackling contemporary dance through connection, tradition and even live drone recording.
Local and national musicians converge for symphonies and street parties to celebrate mother nature, the songlines of Arnhem Land, the great Mahatma Gandhi and more.
Lawrence Leung, Nina Oyama, Michael Hing, Jennifer Wong and friends take on OzAsia Festival for the biggest showcase of Asian Australian stand-up comedians ever assembled.
Feast your eyes on this eclectic and captivating showcase of painting, moving image, sculpture, installation and performance art displayed in dedicated venues across the city.
Cinephiles rejoice as Mercury CX is transformed into a neon lounge for remastered and rare film screenings from visionary director Wong Kar Wai and special Australian independent cinema.
Family fun evolves along the Riverbank Precinct with the return of Lucky Dumpling Market and festival favourite Moon Lantern Trail expanding to four full days of celebrations!
Whether learning the story behind Benjamin Law’s homemade dumplings or sharing lunch with Parwana’s Durkhanai Ayubi, we have a banquet of delectable dishes to tickle your tastebuds.
Workshops and Masterclasses
The most acclaimed artists appearing for OzAsia Festival deliver dedicated learning opportunities for emerging artists.