Harper’s Bazaar (Australia) - - Contents - Edited by ALEXAN­DRA ENGLISH

Your cul­tural cal­en­dar for the month.

NA­TION­WIDE: BOB DY­LAN is re­turn­ing to our shores for his first tour in four years.the Rock & Roll Hall-of-famer will per­form in Perth (Au­gust 8),Ade­laide (Au­gust 11), Mel­bourne (Au­gust 13–14), Syd­ney (Au­gust 18), Wol­lon­gong (Au­gust 20), New­cas­tle (Au­gust 22) and Bris­bane (Au­gust 24; tick­ while tick­ets to SPLEN­DOUR IN THE GRASS have sold out, those look­ing to get their fes­ti­val fix can hit up the of­fi­cial sideshows: KEN­DRICK LA­MAR (Perth, July 10; Mel­bourne, July 13–14; Ade­laide, July 15; Syd­ney, July 24–25; live­na­ and YUNG­BLUD (Mel­bourne, July 21; Syd­ney, July 24; se­cret­ are a cou­ple of op­tions. NEW SOUTH WALES: Book­worms will rel­ish three days of talks at the 22nd BY­RON WRITERS FES­TI­VAL (Au­gust 3–5; by­ron­writ­ers­fes­ti­ VIC­TO­RIA: In cel­e­bra­tion of the Na­tional Gallery ofvic­to­ria’s move to St Kilda Road 50 years ago, the space’s in­au­gu­ral ex­hi­bi­tion, THE FIELD, will be re­assem­bled (un­til Au­gust 26; MEL­BOURNE ART FAIR will show­case works from 40 gal­leries across the Asia-pa­cific re­gion (Au­gust 2–5; mel­bourn­eart­ SOUTH AUS­TRALIA: Go art-rav­ing mad with the statewide SOUTH AUS­TRALIAN LIV­ING ARTISTS FES­TI­VAL (Au­gust 1–31; salafes­ti­ the brand new Mu­seum of Dis­cov­ery’s open­ing ex­hi­bi­tion, Mod.ify, wants you to question what it means to be hu­man (un­til Oc­to­ber; NORTH­ERN TER­RI­TORY: DAR­WIN ABO­RIG­I­NAL ART FAIR of­fers lo­cals and vis­i­tors the chance to see and pur­chase art by Abo­rig­i­nal and Tor­res Strait Is­lan­der artists (Au­gust 10–12; dar­win­a­bo­rig­i­nalart­ DAR­WIN FES­TI­VAL brings 18 days of art, per­for­mance and de­li­cious food to lo­ca­tions through­out the city (Au­gust 9–26; dar­win­fes­ti­

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Far left: Mel­bourne Art Fair di­rec­tor and CEO Ma­ree Di Pasquale with Justin Art House Mu­seum founder Charles Justin. Left: Dale Frank’s She Con­tin­u­ally Slept with Count­less Jewish Mel­bourne Doc­tors Say­ing it was a Com­pul­sive Dis­or­der, 2018, at MAF....

Oc­to­ber, 1967, by Dick Watkins. Right: Wendy Paramor’s Luke, 1967, re­made 2000. Both on dis­play at The Field.

Part of the MOD.IFY ex­hi­bi­tion. Be­low: Lunga Berry 1, 2015, by Dorothy Ed­wards, at Dar­win Abo­rig­i­nal Art Fair.

Above: Ken­drick La­mar. Be­low: The Aus­tralian Bal­let’s Cop­pélia at Dar­win Fes­ti­val.

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