The videos below relate to The Arts in Tasmania
The Festival of Golden Words features 70+ writers, 3 marquees, and 3 days of conversations with authors, panel sessions, debates, keynotes, readings, book launches and writers workshops. Covering literary fiction, popular fiction, biography, comedy, current affairs, history, military, sport, poetry, wine and food, stage and screen, and self-publishing, with a strong concurrent children’s and young adult program.
7 November 2013, Brand Tasmania
Junction Arts Festival is a young annual multi-arts festival featuring five days and nights of playful, interactive and ambitious contemporary art, music and performance from leading local, national and international artists. The spaces and streets of Launceston are transformed with site-specific live performance, theatre, visual and media arts, literature, music and dance with a focus on works that invite audiences to become active participants and collaborators.
27 August 2013, Brand Tasmania
Jane Longhurst in conversation with award-winning playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer.
21 May 2013, Brand Tasmania
A Q&A style discussion on the Tasmanian Arts Industry held on Friday 15 February 2013 at the Conservatorium Recital Hall in Hobart. The Arts industry is a major driver of the Tasmanian Brand and enhances Tasmania’s reputation.
12 March 2013, Brand Tasmania
Video journalist David Brill is an Exemplar of the Tasmanian brand. Brill has demonstrated bravery and mastery of the art of recording – as well as compassion – at every major world conflict.
1 May 2012, Brand Tasmania
Tasmanian musician, Dr Andrew Legg, is best known for his work in gospel, soul and jazz music, having established an international reputation performing with some of the most respected gospel choirs and artists in the USA including Myron Butler, Kirk Franklin, Dr Horace Boyer, Marvin Weatherford and Xanielle Davis. He is the director of the ARIA award-nominated Southern Gospel Choir which he oversees through the Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music. Trained as a classical pianist, composer and teacher, Dr Legg is also Head of Contemporary Music at the Conservatorium.
14 April 2011, Brand Tasmania
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