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Oc­to­ber 4–22 MEL­BOURNE FES­TI­VAL

This lead­ing in­ter­na­tional arts fes­ti­val in Aus­tralia packs in more than 65 dance, the­atre, mu­sic, vis­ual arts and mul­ti­me­dia per­for­mances. The high­light is “A 24-Decade His­tory of Pop­u­lar Mu­sic” by artiste Tay­lor Mac. Also in the pro­gramme are vis­ual artist Ola­fur Elias­son, mu­si­cian Jamie xx and the Paris Opera Bal­let.

Oc­to­ber 20–23 ART TAIPEI

This vis­ual spec­ta­cle fea­tures col­lec­tions of fine art from across North­east and South­east Asia by home­grown and in­ter­na­tional col­lec­tors. Last year’s edi­tion drew some 30,000 vis­i­tors, as well as veteran col­lec­tors Taka­hashi Ryu­taro and Daisuke Miy­atsu from Ja­pan, Chen-Yu Chang and Leo Shih from Tai­wan, Stephanie Brit­ton and Vanessa Guo.

Oc­to­ber 25–Novem­ber 3 TOKYO IN­TER­NA­TIONAL FILM FES­TI­VAL

One of Ja­pan’s most glam­orous gath­er­ings marks its 30th this year. More than 1,500 films from 98 coun­tries and re­gions were re­ceived for last year’s in­stal­ment, with 16 se­lected for screen­ing and Ger­many’s en­try, The Bloom

of Yes­ter­day, di­rected by Chris Kraus, tak­ing home the Tokyo Grand Prix.

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