Multicultural Arts Victoria Presents MAPPING MELBOURNE 2019 – Broadway World

The 9-day curated festival features over 100 artists from across Australia, China, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and Thailand in 14 events of – contemporary independent dance, theatre, live art, music, visual arts, performance art, film and cross-cultural collaborations, Saturday 30 November until Sunday 8 December 2019.

“Mapping Melbourne is in its seventh year, demonstrating yet again the importance of artists led platforms that engage deeply with the experience of Asian creatives living …

Arts Centre Melbourne, Multicultural Arts Victoria And Bunjil Place Present The Southbank Dawn Raga Series – Broadway World

After the successful pilot season of The Southbank Dawn Raga Series earlier this year, Arts Centre Melbourne and Multicultural Arts Victoria announce its return by popular demand along with a new partnership with Bunjil Place.

As we enter the warmer, summer months Melburnians will be able to start their day outdoors at 7:30am on the Arts Centre Melbourne Main Lawn – where Inge King’s Forward Surge is situated – to awaken their senses through the …

I play AFL and listen to Triple J, but people still question whether I’m Australian – SBS

When I was a kid, my dad told me I should learn to speak Mandarin. “You look Chinese,” he said bluntly. “It doesn’t matter that you are born in Australia, people will assume you are Chinese.” I brushed this off naively—I could be and do whatever I wanted, and I didn’t want to learn Mandarin. I wanted to watch Australian Idol and play video games and read Harry Potter (again). I assimilated, and I assimilated …

We all have to ask: ‘To be or not to be’ – Liverpool City Champion

Hamlet is one of the most famous plays ever written — why is that? The popularity of Shakespeare’s texts to this present day is one of the most important proofs that the theatrical arts are relevant, representing the permanence of people and characters and their human conflicts, thoughts and passions. Previously, I’d acted in several Shakespeare plays during my studies at the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts in Damascus, Syria, and I was always looking…