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Opening Night: A Speech for an Australian Prime Minister
May 13, 2016
Opening Night: A Speech for an Australian Prime Minister
The Diplomat's Luke Hunt speaks with the writer of a new play that probes Australian politics.
Opening Night: A Speech for an Australian Prime Minister
Chunwan, Art and Authoritarianism
February 19, 2016
Chunwan, Art and Authoritarianism
Can art flourish under an authoritarian regime?
Chunwan, Art and Authoritarianism
'My, My! What’s Happening to My Country!': Remembering R. K. Laxman (1921-2015)
January 29, 2016
'My, My! What’s Happening to My Country!': Remembering R. K. Laxman (1921-2015)
R. K. Laxman's cartoons captured modern India in a way that no other artist could have.
'My, My! What’s Happening to My Country!': Remembering R. K. Laxman (1921-2015)
The Tragic Story of Qurban Ali Mirzaee
January 07, 2016
The Tragic Story of Qurban Ali Mirzaee
The persecution of one of Afghanistan’s most popular actors demonstrates the current state of culture in Afghanistan.
The Tragic Story of Qurban Ali Mirzaee
How Artists Are Fighting Extremism in Pakistan, One Comic Strip at a Time
September 08, 2015
How Artists Are Fighting Extremism in Pakistan, One Comic Strip at a Time
To spread awareness of the causes and effects of violent extremism, one group of Pakistanis is taking to comic books.
How Artists Are Fighting Extremism in Pakistan, One Comic Strip at a Time
Good Art in Bad Times
November 28, 2014
Good Art in Bad Times
The Hong Kong Occupy protests have inspired some fascinating art.
Good Art in Bad Times
Unearthing Arabia: The Archaeological Adventures of Wendell Phillips
October 25, 2014
Unearthing Arabia: The Archaeological Adventures of Wendell Phillips
The Diplomat's Akhilesh Pillalamarri reflects on Wendell Philips' career and the heritage of the ancient Middle-East.
Unearthing Arabia: The Archaeological Adventures of Wendell Phillips
Vietnam’s Sapa Art Festival
October 12, 2014
Vietnam’s Sapa Art Festival
A small town offers inspiration and encouragement for young Vietnamese artists.
Vietnam’s Sapa Art Festival
World’s Oldest Art Discovered in Indonesia
October 10, 2014
World’s Oldest Art Discovered in Indonesia
Cave art found on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi is approximately 40,000 years old.
World’s Oldest Art Discovered in Indonesia
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