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ARTIST REGISTRATIONS OPEN FOR THE 2014 DUNEDIN FRINGE FESTIVALArtists from Dunedin, New Zealand and around the world are invited to take part in the 2014 Dunedin Fringe Festival which will be held fro

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ARTIST REGISTRATIONS OPEN FOR THE 2014 DUNEDIN FRINGE FESTIVAL

Artists from Dunedin, New Zealand and around the world are invited to take part in the 2014 Dunedin Fringe Festival which will be held from 13-23 March.

The Dunedin Fringe is the only Fringe Festival in the South Island of New Zealand and a major regional event involving 50 events and 400 artists from throughout New Zealand as well as international guests.

 

OPEN-ACCESS EVENT WHERE ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN!

The Festival runs an open-access policy where anyone can put on an event as long as you register by the 31 October 2013. This encourages artistic experimentation as well as participation from a wide variety of artists, producers and creatives.

We recommend intending artists read the Artist Information Pack on the Festival website which explains how the Festival works, what's new in 2014, and how to apply for venues and funding grants. 

 

$20,000 FUNDING UP FOR GRABS – DEADLINE 7 OCTOBER

The Festival has received funding from Creative New Zealand to distribute to artists participating in the 2014 Festival. The aim is to encourage the development and presentation of exciting new work.

The focus of the grants is on innovative and experimental contemporary art in any art form. Artists must fill in an application form which can be downloaded from www.dunedinfringe.org.nz.

 

CONTACT FOR INTERVIEWS, IMAGES AND MORE INFORMATION:

Paul Smith
Director
Ph +64 3 477 3350 or 021 150 9207
director@dunedinfringe.org.nz

Contact details: 
Dunedin Fringe Festival, Director Paul Smith, Basement, PO Box 1331, Dunedin, New Zealand Ph. +64 3 477-3350 info@dunedinfringe.org.nz

Written by

Dunedin Fringe Arts Trust

4 Sep 2013

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