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Full program for Sydney Festival 2013 revealed

SYDNEY, Australia - Festival Director Lieven Bertels and the Sydney Festival team today revealed the full program for Sydney Festival 2013, an explosion of exceptional theatre, dance, music, visual ar

Art&Tourism: relaunching culture in Italy and throughout the world

We need a real Copernican revolution in the relationship between development and culture.

Cape Town celebrates the use of arts to inspire social change

Freedom to Create, an international organization that encourages the use of arts to inspire social change around the world, celebrated its prestigious annual Prize events in Cape Town this month.

Sydney Festival announces 2012 program

SYDNEY, Australia - Sydney Festival has announced the 2012 program for its next annual three-week celebration, January 7-29.

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art launches monthly event

LAS VEGAS - Wine pairings are not just for food anymore. Do you love art? Fine wine?

Agoda celebrates the arts at the Paris Autumn Festival

SINGAPORE – Agoda, Asia’s global hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline.com, today announced special hotel rates for travelers headed to France for the Festival d'Automne à Paris.

13th annual Zanzibar International Film Festival: no red carpets, no glitz...

ZANZIBAR, Tanzania - World-class films with an African focus, international music presentations, and stunning natural settings are in store for those cinema and arts lovers attending the 13th annual Z

The secrets of the emarketing arts for tourism

Today, e-marketing has become one of the essentials of business success.

Seychelles president appoints new national arts council chair

An added element of cultural and tourism promotion has come into play in the Seychelles after President Michel appointed the immediate former High Commissioner to South Africa Noelli Alexander as the

E-Marketing Arts for Tourism seminar being held in Lebanon

Today, e-marketing has become one of the essentials of business success.