Dunedin Fringe Fishbowl looking for Guests

The Dunedin Fringe Fishbowl is resurfacing after six years in hibernation. This shop-front performance space will be constructed in the Community Gallery on Princes Street, which will also be the Fest

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The Dunedin Fringe Fishbowl is resurfacing after six years in hibernation. This shop-front performance space will be constructed in the Community Gallery on Princes Street, which will also be the Festival Hub, and will provide the public with an exciting snippet of fringe culture.

Expressions of interest from any artist are now being called for.

Festival Director, Paul Smith, says the Fishbowl is a great way to engage the public.
"We are looking for artists to activate and perform in the space for at least one day. It can be one or more artists working together but they need to commit to a 9-5 working day."

"It can be as obscure as you like, in fact we prefer it to be thought provoking and unusual. We want to stop people in their tracks and make them question what's going on."

Anyone can apply by filling in the application form on the Fringe homepage (http://landing.dunedinfringe.org.nz/) For more information, or to discuss your idea, contact the Festival office on 03 477-3350.

Contact details: 
events.fringe@gmail.com

Written by

Dunedin Fringe Arts Trust

12 Nov 2013

Interests Facilitating the development and presentation of innovative and experimental art in all art forms via a high profile annual, open-access, festival.