Every part of Australia is, always was and always will be, Aboriginal land. As a community gathering-place, a festival of arts, cultural exchange and celebration and as a site for the sharing of ideas and stories, Ten Days on the Island pays respect to the palawa – original owners and cultural custodians - of all the lands and waters across lutruwita (Tasmania) upon which our Festival takes place.

W + NW

5 - 8 March

N + NE

12 - 14 March

S

19 - 21 March

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LOOKING BACK AT 2001 - THE FIRST TEN DAYS ON THE ISLAND  In 2001 our Artistic Director Robyn Archer wrote "With something for every taste, and reaching many parts of the state, Ten Days on the Island combines the best of local art with the best from island cultures throughout the world."  Then Premier, Jim Bacon, noted that "Ten Days on the Island is a celebration of all the influencers which make us unique, it is our celebration for the world. Embrace in and enjoy it, celebrate what is means to be an island dweller." 
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We're only one week away from our full program launch!  *bites finger nails* 😬
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LOOKING BACK AT 2003  As the second episode for Ten Days on the Island the Festival held true to its origins with a program filled with beauty and bravery from island artists all over the world as well as a growing list of Tasmanian artists.  Proud of our island culture Ten Days really cemented the Tasmanian cultural scene and asked audiences to come together to reflect, rejoice and respond to the exciting range of events for 2003!
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