Ten Days is an event like no other and in March 2013 you’ll see a new shape emerging as we deliver a suite of international arts festival in ten Festival Towns – each town will have multiple events, consecutive days of activities, their own Supper Club and a festival experience like no other. We’re gathering artists from across the state and across the world to bring you shows, exhibitions, concerts and experiences that are far from the everyday. Discover a new part of the island or re-visit your favourite spots, taking the time to soak up the festival atmosphere in unique locations like Swansea, Deloraine, Queenstown and St Helens.
Our new initiative in 2013 is Beyond Ten Days, opportunities to interact with festival artists, to exchange ideas and skills and to extend the impact and ongoing benefits of the festival. Stay tuned for more information about activities in our Festival Town Supper Clubs, post-show artists’ talks, mentorships, master classes and other chances to exchange, learn, enquire and share with Ten Days.
2013 Programme event release dates
Ten Days released festival events on 30 August, 27 September and 1 November. On 29 November 2012, the full Ten Days 2013 event programme in its entirety will be posted on our website.
Click here for more information about Ten Days events and to buy tickets .
Our printed festival brochure will be released in early February 2013 and to receive a copy direct to your letterbox please contact us using the below form:
If you'd like to treasure the memories of the 2011 festival, you can still access our publications.
View the 2011 Festival Ten Days interactive brochure (Requires Flash Player 9.0 –Download Flash).
Download and print your 2011 Ten Days Regional Guides:
- Ten Days Regional Guide the North (3MB)
- Ten Days Regional Guide the North West and West (3MB)
- Ten Days Regional Guide Hobart and the South (2 MB)
Download the 2011 Ten Days Visual Arts Guide for detailed information about 2011 Ten Days exhibitions.