Women not free to enjoy festivals in the same way as men.
People assume event organizers have their best interests at heart, but just like many businesses, organizers often operate on a tight budget and sometimes corners get cut creating disastrous results.
Every year, tens of thousands travel to art events throughout Tasmania. These unique festival landscapes change the way we experience the world – and ourselves.
Despite the name, Children’s Day is usually considered as a festival of boys.
We can emerge from the pandemic a culturally stronger and more forward-looking and resilient country than before if we support the culture sector and digitalization.
Eating codlings and electing bean kings were all part of the medieval Christmas and New Year festivities.
Fireworks can be frightening to pets: here’s how to help them stay calm and happy.
A great ambience requires cooperation and planning according to new research.
Festivals in Ghana are evolving as tourist attractions.
As the one-year anniversary of the World Health Organization’s declaration of a pandemic approaches, it might be time to consider how our modern age wants to remember this plague.
A decadent New Year’s Eve bash held in the throes of the pandemic is a symptom of a larger problem in the gay community.
Improvisation asks us to trust that surprise will teach us something. As we enter a new year and a post-pandemic landscape, musical improvisation offers inspiration.
In ancient Athens, the richest people paid taxes to support what the residents considered the salvation of the city. These taxes earned them social and political clout more valuable than money.
The decision to cancel a festival is never easy and can have difficult financial and community costs. Both planners and would-be attendees can play a role in mitigating the impact.
A person’s drug experience can be influenced by many different things, such as heat, access to water and dosage.
From Cape Town to Kisumu and Greater Manchester, cities around the world are seeing the benefits of festivals that celebrate traditions and people.
The habit of using our phones while at a summer music festival can negatively impact our experiences.
Despite the diversity of art and performance on display at the tenth Ten Days on the Island festival, key themes emerge: life, death, and Tasmania’s colonial history.
Live performances account for more than 40 percent of their income, while profits from streaming and record sales amount to only 5 percent of their earnings.
Halloween walks a thin line between entertainment and offence - so how can we engage with it ethically?