Dancing Grandmothers

A touching celebration of life, Dancing Grandmothers seamlessly bridges the generation gap with a high-spirited grand finale disco.

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Sutra

Award winning choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui returns to OzAsia Festival to celebrate the 10 year anniversary season of his iconic masterpiece Sutra.

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Salt

Capturing the spellbinding duality of the tensions between life-giving water and caustic salt, this engaging and mesmeric solo work is suggestive of embedded cultural hierarchies and changing perspectives.

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Andropolaroid 1.1

Berlin based Japanese choreographer and formidable dancer Yui Kawaguchi commands your attention in this award winning luminescent solo dance piece, featuring incredible lighting design by her husband Fabian Bleisch.

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Close Company

Adelaide choreographer Alison Currie explores the notions of co-dependency and connection with dancers from Singapore’s RAW Moves, who perform in and around the audience.

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Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land

A masterwork of contemporary Chinese theatre.

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War Sum Up

This electronic opera spectacular can be summed up in three words: 'Music. Manga. Machines.'

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While I Was Waiting

Celebrated Syrian playwright Mohammed Al Attar and director Omar Abusaada masterfully humanise a political situation, offering a gripping portrait of ordinary characters facing ordinary problems.

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Here is the Message You Asked For...

Named after the email subject line of Melissa, the computer virus that wreaked havoc around the world, Here is the Message You Asked For... is a raw portrait of digital disconnection and the increasing cyber reality encroaching our lives today.

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Guru of Chai

Scooping Best Play, Best Actor and Best Composer at the Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards, Guru of Chai's artful storytelling, mischievous wit and theatrical magic has enjoyed sell-out tours around the world.

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Nassim

Surprising, disarming and ultimately moving, Nassim is at once touchingly autobiographical and powerfully universal.

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Baling

On December 28, 1955, three national leaders held a secret meeting that would change the course of history. The location: A small classroom in northern Malaya. The aim: To end seven long years of devastating revolutionary war.

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Cerita Anak (Child’s Story)

Capturing the spellbinding duality of the tensions between life-giving water and caustic salt, this engaging and mesmeric solo work is suggestive of embedded cultural hierarchies and changing perspectives.

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Hello My Name Is...

Actor Jose Da Costa gives a powerful one man performance, using the heightened poetic language of Edward Bond to draw reference to the challenges faced by Timor Leste both past and present.

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Say No More

Say No More brings 26 women artists from Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia together to share truths, debunk myths and expose the lies that we tell ourselves about being women.

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Flower

A special performance for audiences aged 4 - 18 months.

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Assembly Operation

Assembly Operation brings together three percussionists who dutifully form an assembly line to extract exquisite sound from three iconic representations of Chinese culture.

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Patina

Patina creates poetic interconnections with Javanese gamelan, the Japanese shakuhachi and western electronics.

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Haveli

A double bill of Indian-Australian fusion.

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Dobby

Filipino-Aboriginal rapper, drummer and composer DOBBY is a compelling new voice in Australia’s hip hop community.

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The Hormones

A full on night of riff driven, punk electro sounds and sweeping pop melodies with a stellar line-up of three all-female rock bands from Chengdu, Sydney and Adelaide.

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SAtheCollective & Zephyr Quartet

Two distinct music groups, Adelaide’s Zephyr Quartet and Singapore’s SAtheCollective are both known for their contemporary approaches to classical traditions.

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Mein Shaayar to Nahin

Join spoken-word poets Pooja Nansi, Pranamika Subhalaxmi and Shivram Gopinath as they explore the Indian experience in Singapore, set to the soundtrack of acoustic renditions of familiar Bollywood favourites by guitarist Isuru Wijesoma.

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The Last Mughal in Performance

Enter a bygone era of matchless splendour with The Last Mughal, featuring readings by award-winning author William Dalrymple joined on stage by the celebrated North Indian vocalist Vidya Shah and guest musicians.

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Chinese Music Day

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Lucky Dumpling Market

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Outdoor Concert Series

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Moon Lantern Parade

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Jaipur Literature Festival

JLF in Adelaide – an international feast of cultural connections and new perspectives - is coming to Adelaide.

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Confucius Institute Annual Lecture

The last few years have seen progress in a new experiment designed to bring Australian culture to the world: Port Adelaide Football Club’s engagement in China.

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Love From Damascus

Love from Damascus is a half day symposium looking at conceptions of love by an eminent 18th-century Syrian mystic and related stories of art and culture.

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World Tea Gathering

The annual World Tea Gathering brings together tea masters, artists and practitioners from around the world to explore the creative endeavours around tea ceremonies.

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Borak Arts Series

Borak Arts Series is the major annual arts conference and performing arts market for Southeast Asia.

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Dance Lab

Facilitated by acclaimed choreographer Leigh Warren, Dance Lab brings together professional choreographers from across Australia, Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong to share their skills and explore opportunities to develop, collaborate and initiate new international projects.

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Ryoji Ikeda

Witness an immersive installation using light projection, computer graphics, dynamic visual effects and electronic noise.

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Chiharu Shiota

Beginning as autobiographical excavations, Chiharu Shiotas’ installations draw on personal experiences and emotions to create universally resonant works.

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JeeYoung Lee

Inside her tiny Seoul studio, this multiple award-winning visual artist installs surreal, fantastical dreamscapes and photographs herself within them.

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Yee I-Lann

Leading Malaysian contemporary artist Yee I-Lann’s digital photo-collage series examines the folkloric Pontianak, a vengeful female spirit with long black hair, and the ubiquitous banana tree in which she resides.

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Anida Yoeu Ali

Anida Yoeu Ali is an artist whose works span performance, installation, new media, public encounters and political agitation.

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Kawita Vatanajyankur

Backbreaking physical work has traditionally fallen to women in Thailand.

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Edo Style: Art of Japan

Edo was a place, a time period and a state of mind.

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