Tag: ozasia

Mooi Indie

The OzAsia exhibition Mooi Indie dismisses any preconceived notions about contemporary Indonesian art.…

Cultural Engagement

Just before the Adelaide Festival Centre’s 2014 season was launched, Artistic Director and CEO Douglas Gautier was named the Chair of the Asia-Pacific’s peak cu…

Made in China

The Chinese-Australian art movement began to emerge in the 1980s, particularly around the time of the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989 when many Chinese artist…

Review: Yuna

The crowded Space Theatre’s late night jazz club-like setting was the perfect venue for the R&B infused pop and jazz of Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna.…

Ontosoroh

Ade Suharto: Ontosoroh

Adelaide-raised dancer and choreographer Ade Suharto, who presented her first full-length dance work, In Lieu, at OzAsia in 2011, is returning to the festival i…

Cara Han: Extreme Jump!

Korea’s Yegam Theatre Company enjoyed much success when they brought Jump to OzAsia Festival in 2010, with audiences and critics loving the show that featured a…