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PIAF artistic director Wendy Martin (left) and general manager Wendy Wise are presenting the arts festival’s 64th showing. Photo: Natasha Pawlowski

PIAF seeks diversity in art, audiences

The artistic director of the 64th Perth International Arts Festival, Wendy Martin, has found several ways to keep Australia’s longest running cultural festival fresh, with ticket sales already exceeding the 80 per cent box office target several weeks before the end of the event.

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