Fringe World director Amber Hasler (left) and chief executive Marcus Canning (right) with Fringe World performers. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Lotterywest fuels arts

Lotterywest has increased funding for Fringe World Festival and Sculpture by the Sea, committing $1.9 million to the month-long arts festival and $77,000 across a three-year partnership with the coastal exhibition.


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