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Biannual

Twice each year. It is used in business in a variety of circumstances. For example, a board of directors may meet or the company may distribute dividends biannually. Biennial means the same thing. See also: Quarter.

biennial

Occurring every 2 years. Contrast with biannual, which means occurring twice a year. (It's important to know the difference if an adjustable-rate mortgage provides for rate changes biannually or biennially.)
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The biennial strives to be one of the most vibrant platforms for presenting contemporary art globally.
The 11th TFAM Taipei Biennial "Post-Nature: A Museum as an Ecosystem" has been well-received since its opening in November 2018.
This tension (one might say hypocrisy) between the aspirations of the curatorial undertaking and the realpolitik that any biennial requires, as an incredible feat of resource gathering, has led the sociologist Pascal Gielen to define the two central qualities of the contemporary international curator as cynicism and opportunism.
St George's Hall's stunning tiled floor is being revealed as part of the Biennial's Worlds Within Worlds strand that highlights some of Liverpool's most wonderful treasures.
Starting on Saturday, July 14 and finishing on Sunday, October 28, the Biennial is free of charge.
The auction comes as part of the Sharjah Children Biennial's efforts to instill humanitarian values and reinforce the importance of giving in children and the responsibility of participants to give back to their peers around the world who have sought refuge from conflict.
Let's get this out of the way early: Just about the only biennials that really and truly matter occur in Venice and at the Whitney, In New York.
Curated by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev under the conceptual framework "Saltwater: A Theory of Thought Forms," the 14th biennial opened on Sept.
During her tour of the biennial, Shaikha Jawaher visited an art workshop held outside the Sharjah Arts Museum and created a special drawing on musical development through the arts.
2) Biennial Amendment 7-Pertained to the Nursing Congress on Economic and Practice was not heard due to changes from the Transformational Bylaws.
THE chief curator of one of London's most popular art galleries was appointed the Liverpool Biennial's new artistic director.
The Sharjah Call for Action -- signed by scores of local, regional and international artists, critics, curators and scholars, including such prominent figures as Mona Hatoum and Sophie Calle -- is the latest in a series of dramatic, rapid-fire developments stemming from the 10th edition of the Sharjah Biennial, which opened on March 16.