Dekat-Dekat Jauh (So Close Yet So Far): A Conversation Series
Asialink Arts and Santy Saptari Art Consulting present Dekat-Dekat Jauh (So Close Yet So Far), a conversation series about Indonesia-Australia relations in visual arts, taking place on Saturdays from 27 February – 20 March 2021.Through the lens of visual arts the program aims to ask, ‘what can the arts do to build understanding and trust between nations?’ and, ‘can greater awareness and familiarity of the art produced in a place promote a deeper connection?’. ARTS
sonicbridge - Australia and China contemporary music connections
A partnership between Monash University and Asialink Arts with leading industry experts in Australia and China, sonicbridge creates connections between Indigenous Australian contemporary musicians and Chinese musicians through dialogue and exchange of ideas.
520 ‘I Love You’ Melbourne Report
520 meaning ‘I love you (我爱你)’ in Chinese online slang, the 520 Melbourne Report presents data and insights into Chinese-speaking international students in Melbourne to support arts and cultural sector engagement, including a Chinese language social media explainer.
Australian creative excellence front stage in China
Asialink Arts presented two exceptional Australian companies at the forefront of creating immersive visitor experiences and creative environments at Boao Culture and Creativity Week in China.
Public Displays of Affection Victorian Roundtables
The Victorian roundtables explore in greater depth the ‘development horizons’ in the Public Displays of Affection (PDA) Conference Report.
An Asialink Delegation to India
"We want to be able to create a bridge between Australia and India.. it's about creating something that goes both ways."
Public Displays of Affection: How Can Artists Rebrand Soft Power?
For Asia TOPA, Asialink Arts presented Public Displays of Affection—a cross-sectoral conference exploring the fundamental nature of ‘soft power’ agendas and the status of cultural diplomacy, creative exchange and artistic influence across the Asia Pacific.
Hosting International Artist Residencies in Greater Melbourne
An Initiative of the Committee for Melbourne, Asialink Arts and Res Artis.
Sally Smart’s Manifesto in Bali
Julia Winterflood describes Asialink Arts alumna and Vice Chancellor’s Fellow Sally Smart’s new solo exhibition Manifesto in Ubud, Bali. The inter-disciplinary exhibition and performance is the product of transnational connections developed from 15 years of working with Indonesian artists.
Victoria-Jiangsu Sister-State Artist Exchange
An initiative of the Premier of Victoria, the Victoria-Jiangsu Sister-State Artist Exchange marked the 40-year anniversary of a prosperous Sister-State relationship.
Learn more about the Asialink Arts exchange program. Arts
Creative Exchanges 2019
Asialink Arts Creative Exchanges for 2019 Announced
5 Questions with
A snapshot into the creative practice of the artists and arts professionals involved in Asialink Arts 2018 GPS programs.
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