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MELBOURNE, 19 June 2013 - Participating in the Indonesian arts scene can help Australian artists to advance their careers, according to a panel of Melbourne-based artists.
'Often musicians go and collaborate in Europe and the United States…it's a lot rarer that they collaborate in Indonesia. I really wanted to explore the much closer to home connections,' said composer Tristan Coleman.
Coleman, along with actress Rani Pramesti and visual artist Tim Woodward spoke of their experiences working in Indonesia, as part of Asialink's Next Gen Series.
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