10 Days on the Island

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Ten Days on the Island is Tasmania’s state-wide biennial multi art-form festival. A unique event in Australia, Ten Days is a celebration of culture in Tasmania. With almost 250 events in 99 venues in over 50 locations, 195,000 Tasmania's and visitors took part in the 2009 event.

Ten Days was the brainchild of State Premier Jim Bacon and was first held in 2001. With Artistic Director Robyn Archer at the helm, the first Ten Days established itself as the State’s premier cultural event, presenting a programme of events.[1]

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