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Kultour is a national organisation committed to advancing cultural diversity in the arts in Australia.

Kultour is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its art funding and advisory body.

 

 

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  • Seasons Greetings from the Kultour Team

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  • Kultour Gathering 2013 Public and Industry Forum: Right Here/Right Now!

    What: Following an intense two-day conceptual laboratory, 19 artists and 6 provocateurs from around the country – all working in the culturally-diverse, interdisciplinary contemporary artspace – present their discoveries to a panel of...
  • Kultour Gathering 2013

    Kultour Gathering 2013 "A fantastic opportunity to contribute to the visibility and future of cultural diversity in the Australian contemporary arts landscape..." Julie Tipene-O’Toole, Kultour CEO It’s all systems go between Melbourne and Brisbane...
  • Kultour responds to Creative Australia National Cultural Policy

    National Creative Australia National Cultural Policy needs action to address cultural diversity in the arts The national peak body for cultural diversity in the arts, Kultour welcomed the Federal Government’s release of the Creative Australia Nat...
  • Survivor: Dadang Christanto

    Lismore Regional Gallery 21 July – 26 August 2012 Amazing footage from the Lismore Regional Gallery performance od Survivor on M&G NSW's blog http://mgnsw.blogspot.com.au/ Kultour, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art (4A) and Museums & Ga...
  • Kultour announces new CEO

      Kultour is thrilled to announce the appointment of Julie Tipene-O’Toole as the new CEO of Kultour. Julie brings a wealth of experience both as an artist, administrator and arts leader. ...
  • APAM 2012 Announcements: Yumi Umiumare selected for a spotlight

    Kultour will be in Adelaide for 2012 APAM supporting Yumi's Spotlight as well as with a double booth showcasing cultural diversity in the performing arts in Australia. ...
  • Achieving Great Art For Everyone

    What happens when you have an arts policy where supporting diversity of expression is the guiding principle? View recent Interview with Nike Jonah (UK) and Kultour CEO Magdalena Moreno on ArtsHub ...
  • Cafe Rebetika

    A story of love, music, defiance After months on the road, Café Rebetika! wound up its 2011 Australian tour with a sell out season at the Sydney Opera House.  Congratulations to the cast and crew on a sensational 2011 season.     ...
  • Esther Anatolitis writes on the National Multicultural Arts Symposium in RealTime

    Christian (Bong) Ramilo, Adelaide May 2010.   At the National Multicultural Arts Symposium, RealTime commissioned Esther Anatolitis (CEO Melbourne Fringe) to write on the Symposium for the August/September 2010 edition. Click below to access the full...
  • National Multicultural Arts Symposium 2010

    Diversity in the Arts: Theory + Action Nexus Multicultural Arts, Adelaide 19 - 21 May 2010 Presented by Nexus Multicultural Arts in partnership with Kultour The Diversity in the Arts: Theory + Action symposium provides a si...
  • MAV's Emerge Festival 2010

    Multicultural Arts Victoria presents Emerge Festival: 20 June - 3 August  Time for Melbourne's vibrant new migrant cultures to shine Emerge Festival is a gathering together of Melbourne's tribes; a chance for people from all cultures to participa...
  • WHO'S THAT CHIK? performs at Longpaddock

    On Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 April 2010 producers and presenters will came together at the Riverside Theatres, Parramatta for the twice a year instrumental performing arts event ñ Long Paddock, presented by the Blue Heeler Network. Kultour's 2010-11 se...
  • Just Like Home - Lisa Hilli

    Just Like Home is an exhibition, a meal, a film and a biography, which explores artist Lisa Hilli's New Guinean and Australian heritage. Just Like Home celebrates the continuation of Tolais cooking traditions, unique to the people of Rabaul, Papua New ...
  • Thuringowa Helicopter Project - Alwin Reamillio

    The Thuringowa Helicopter Project enters its second phase Trans-State-Bayanihan as it makes a flight path through communities across Australia. Learn how to make a bamboo helicopter with Philippine-born Australian artist-in-residence Alwin Reamillo. Alwi...
  • Zulya and the Children of the Underground

      ...[Zulya] is one of the most important contributors to the overall pattern of contemporary Australian music in this society. - Felix Hayman, ABC Kultour is proud to present Aria-award winning music group Zulya and the Children of the Underground to ...
  • Mandinka Sound

    Features two extraordinarily talented West African acts, Muhanamwé and One Africa. Kultour is pleased to present Mandinka Sound, a national tour of music, dance and song that will take audiences on a journey tracing West African culture in contemporary ...
  • Alwin Reamillo Workshop

    Call out for expressions of interest Museum of Contemporary Art in partnership with Kultour invite you to submit an expression of interest to attend a FREE mini helicopter lantern workshop with international artist Alwin Reamillo. Alwin Reamillo has a h...
  • Touring Opportunities

    KULTOUR 2012 TOURING PROGRAM – APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED Kultour presents an annual touring program of high-quality contemporary multicultural arts from around Australia. This program provides CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse) artists with...
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