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TOKYO – Japan has earned a reputation in recent years for the high-quality and discipline of its dance performers, from traditional to contemporary. With many local dance schools boasting a history of kabuki lineage, even avant-garde performers in modern...
SEOUL — While the South Korean art scene is currently developing at a rate that’s outstripping its usual creative hubs, there are still distinct pockets of galleries and museums that one would be hard-pressed to miss if in the area. Whether it is...
SEOUL — The late “Dear Leader” Kim Jong-il was well-known to be a film fanatic, to the point of famously ordering the kidnapping of South Korean star filmmaker Shin Sang-ok and his actress wife Choi Eun-hee in the 1970s so they could build a film industry in...
The 5th Vivid Festival of light, music, and ideas has launched in Sydney with a massive program of events that eclipses previous editions. For the first time Vivid Sydney ventures to Sydney's Darling Harbour precinct where a spectacular water theater has been...
SEOUL — Not long since the royal palaces dotting the South Korean capital have become venue options for traditional music performances and private banquets, these medieval buildings are now open for nocturnal tours as well as unique lodging alternatives....
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Art is an essential ingredient at a winemaking estate in southeastern France.
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SEOUL — Tech-forward South Korea’s latest artistic venture will take place at the capital’s center stage: on the massive, 99x78 meter “media canvas” of Seoul Square. The Gana Art-run 42,000-LED display will host a digital art festival from April 15 to June 30...
Hong Kong may not have the streetside cafe culture of Paris for our artists, designers, musicians, and other talents to gather at, but we have our own style of hangouts for the creative community. Some of these watering holes and cafes are found in factories...
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Auckland Fringe is an open-access, pan-arts festival that aims to provide a platform for practitioners to present innovative work in an environment of artistic freedom and to enable audiences to access these eclectic arts experiences. First held in 2009,...
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