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Public Displays of Affection: How Can Artists Rebrand Soft Power?

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The University of Melbourne

Parkville, VIC 3052

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Are we ready to imagine and manifest a different future, one where arts and culture are at the core of our identity?

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For AsiaTOPA, Asialink Arts presents Public Displays of Affection to explore the fundamental nature of ‘soft power’ agendas and the status of cultural diplomacy, creative exchange, and artistic influence across the Asia Pacific.

This cross-sectoral event will activate dialogue between artists, creative producers, arts and culture thought leaders, academics, policy makers, and business leaders.

Join us on March 3 for a discussion that may help shape a future in which arts and culture play a key role in shaping engagement in the Asia Pacific.

Click here for the full program and further details.

Supported by CoVA, Centre of Visual Art, University for Melbourne, and by the Master of Cultural and Creative Industries, Monash University.

Header Image: Pippa Samaya, Of Trauma and Tenderness, 2019. Photographic still, from a forthcoming film project with Niharika Senapati, Aopala Banerjee, Sangram Mukhopadhyay.

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Building 150

The University of Melbourne

Parkville, VIC 3052

Australia

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