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Artist Leo Villareal's 'Bay Project' has become the world's largest light sculpture project, using 25,000 LED lights.
A joint initiative between Arts Projects Australia and Creative New Zealand hopes to increase the opportunities for Australians to see more New Zealand arts.
Is your Mondayitis extending all week long? Unlike the Lionel Richie song, All Night Long, you don’t usually want the blues to colour your entire working week.
What do you do when you get a new job? Flip your boss the bird and cartwheel out of the office?
The 55th Venice Biennale is just around the corner and Turkey has unveiled the plans for its 2013 pavilion.
Over 6,000 South Koreans gathered to protest North Korea's nuclear testing by performing a version of Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style.’
Hundreds have gathered to honour the life and work of New Zealand artist Ralph Hotere, who passed away in Dunedin last week, aged 81.
Some of the biggest names in Bollywood are making their way to Vancouver to perform as part of the Times of India Film Awards.
Vice President of Ghana Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has launched the Freedom bookshop and art gallery in Accra.
The appointment of Andrei Nelidov to run the Kizhi State Museum in Karelia has been met with protests by Russians.
It’s been a long wait for David Bowie fans but early critical reviews of his latest album promise that it has been well worth the wait.
The invisible fourth wall between audiences and performers is made to be broken and theatre makers are doing just that. Not only are they interacting with the audience, they're inviting them inside the piece.
Artist Rutherford Chang has opened a record shop that only stocks The Beatles' ‘White Album’ and doesn’t sell any of them.
An Iranian news agency has photoshopped Michelle Obama’s Oscars dress for being too revealing.
The music industry breathes a collective sigh of relief as new figures reveal that global music sales have risen for the first time since 1999.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has refused to return a collection of Jewish books and manuscripts to the US, where they are being sought by the Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic group.
Amidst dangerous budget cuts, the opera world has united to conduct its very own international awards in the hopes of raising appreciation for the classic art form.
Tate is hosting a major symposium in Ghana which will explore the evolving Ghanaian art scene.
Cuba’s beloved soul musician El Gran Fellove has died in Mexico aged 89.
The UK’s greatest celebration of British music recently wrapped up in London and we have a full list of the 2013 winners.
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