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Get in-depth perspectives through commissioned articles, interviews and reports on current topics for Asia-Europe cultural relations.
By Hugh Davies
Videogames are important cultural artifacts. Not only are they expressive instances of contemporary culture, they also represent the latest chapter in humanity’s ancient obsession with games and play.
As flagship institutions in the global museum sector, the respective approaches of M+ Museum of Visual Culture in Hong Kong and Powerhouse Museum in Sydney give insights into best practice …
By Claire Rosslyn Wilson
How are the arts adapting to the #NewNormal"? One year into the global pandemic, this series presents experiences and stories of #resilience, #adaptation, and success from the arts sector to …
By Jeffrey Tan
In this article, creative producer Jeffrey Tan shares the experience of SAME-SAME, an online inclusive collaboration between differently abled artists from Singapore and Australia, developed in time of Covid-19.
As part of the media partnership between culture360.ASEF.org and Pickle Factory Dance Foundation, we interviewed Vikram Iyengar, Director of Pickle Factory Dance Foundation, to tell us more about Widening Circles: …
With a warming climate and the rise of sea levels, coastal spaces are a visual marker of our changing environment.
By Daniel Ho Sheng
culture360.ASEF.org features key insights of the discussions from ASEF Unplugged-Singapore at The Projector on the topic of ASEAN-Australia cultural co-operation
By Claire Wilson
As sustainability is increasingly embedded in the programming of arts venues and events it is increasingly important to think of new ways of presenting these ideas.
Following the publication of the 5th Green Guide on Australia in the series Creative Responses to Sustainability, author Claire Wilson takes a closer look at some of the organisations featured …
By Valentina Riccardi
culture360.ASEF.org publishes a new Guide on Australia in the series Creative Responses to Sustainability, written by Claire Wilson.
“There is no story without a teller and a listener. The storytelling cycle expands and becomes “ripples of telling and listening, and telling and listening all over again”.
As part of the media partnership with Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI), we have interviewed Frances Barbe, Director, Choreographer and Performer and one of the speakers at the upcoming Asian Intercultural …
Claire Wilson takes a look at the diverse cultural scene in Australia’s second largest city. There is no doubt that the creative industries play an important role in the state …
By Lai DEL ROSARIO
How is digital innovation making it easier for creatives to find space for artistic production, research, rehearsals, or desk work? How are these platforms redefining our idea of a creative …
ASEF culture360 contributor Lai del ROSARIO explores the art scenes in Manila and Brisbane by tracing the development of their alternative spaces.