OzAsia Festival is Australia’s leading international arts festival presenting the best theatre, dance, music, film and visual arts from across Asia. This year’s program features an impressive array of performance works by artists at the cutting edge of contemporary Asia, with a focus on arts from Indonesia across the opening weekend followed by performances from countries including Japan, India, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Korea throughout the Festival.
“2015 OzAsia Festival gives Australian audiences an insight into the vibrant contemporary arts scene from across Asia. There is a generation of young, bold, risk-taking artists who are creating genre-blurring performances that celebrate the immediacy and fast-paced culture of Asia in the 21st Century.”
The 2015 OzAsia Festival features 41 events, including 5 world premieres and 15 Australian premieres. There are 180 scheduled activities including more than 90 performances, 8 exhibitions, 15 film screenings, 9 talk events and a variety of workshops and other activities. More than 270 professional artists will perform in Adelaide and more than 2,500 people will participate in a variety of community events, performances and workshops. More than 100,000 people are expected to attend OzAsia Festival in 2015 across a mix of free and ticketed events.
Check out these family-friendly events held as part of the 2015 OzAsia Festival.
- Mooi Anomaly – By artist Eko Nugroho | 9 Sep – 4 Oct | details
- Hong Community Workshops – Learn how to play Indonesian Style | 21 – 25 Sep | details
- Shedding Light – Ride in a neon-glowing, pedal-powered cruiser | 24 – 26 Sep | details
- Adelaide Night Noodle Market | 24 Sep – 4 Oct | details
- Moon Lantern Festival – Featuring the Hong Kong Dragon | 27 Sep | details
- The Spice of Life – A celebration of Spices | 4 Oct | details
- IndoFest – Celebrate all things Indonesian | 5 Oct | details
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Adelaide Festival Centre website.
What: OzAsia Festival 2015
When: Thursday 24 September to Sunday 4 October 2015
Where: Adelaide Festival Centre | King William Road, Adelaide
Who: All Ages
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