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Unusual and International

“Unusual and International” is the motto for the 2012 Delhi International Arts Festival in India. The Festival Council are as follows: Aruna Vasudev – Special Advisor & Film Activist & Commentator Shanta Serbjeet Singh – Arts Critic & Vice Chairman … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Art Festival

Not long now before the Edinburgh Art Festival kicks off.  Over on Cockburn St is an exhibition that looks like a bunch of paint cans sitting on the floor. Twenty years ago someone puled the same stunt at DeMarco on … Continue reading

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Polymer Arts Conference in Korea

The 12th Pacific Polymer Conference (known as PPC-12), which will be held on Jeju Island in Korea - November 13 to 17. The last such conference (in 1997) at Kyeongju, had 820 participants,  and there were 587 papers presented. Since then young polymer scientists ahve … Continue reading

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Galway Arts Festival Underway

Running 11-24 July in 2011, the Galway Arts Festival celebrates both the performing and the visual arts, from an Irish and international perspective. Every year more than 150,000 people attend the festival, to view and participate in a variety of … Continue reading

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Bali Arts Festival Starts This Weekend

Since 1979 tourists have ventured over to Bali (an Indonesian island where the main religion is surprisingly Hindu) for something special in addition to the beauty and the amazingly happy and friendly locals. That would be the month-long arts festival … Continue reading

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Arts Festival News – Welcome!

The plan is to keep y’all up-to-date with the latest news and information on arts festivals around the world. Here’s some end-of-2010 news to kick things off: The Downtown Dunedin Art Festival will be back for the 14th time on … Continue reading

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