Pitching to festivals: a critical guide for artists with Supple Fox

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Pitching to festivals: a critical guide for artists with Supple Fox

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6pm, Wednesday May 23rd 2018.

Supple Fox will lead a conversation about their work in festivals and art institutions with a focus on their experience of being on both sides of the fence as artists, producers and curators. This session will be focused on practical advice on how to approach getting work supported and presented in festivals.

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Date:
6pm. Wednesday, May 23 2018.
Duration:
2 hours discussion, 2 hours practical/informal time.
Places Available:
8 places
Ages:
18 and over.

Cost

  • MESS Members: $44
  • Non-Member concession: $66
  • Non-Member full: $88

About Supple Fox

Tom Supple and Hannah Fox have been working collaboratively for 10 years in the fields of live art, contemporary music, and sound art. Supple Fox’s curatorial credits include work for Dark Mofo, Mona Foma, Melbourne Festival, the Tate Modern, Victorian College of the Arts, Glastonbury Festival, Latitude Festival and Melbourne International Jazz Festival. The company has built a reputation for taking all sorts of performing arts out of traditional venues and creating new contexts for staging and presenting work, including nightclubs, cupboards, swimming pools, on top of cars, in fairground rides and on boats. In the last few years, Supple Fox has ventured into developing their own artistic practice. In 2015 they co-created Bass Bath, a large-scale immersive sound installation with artist Byron Scullin. In June 2017, continuing this collaboration, the group presented a new work, Siren Song, a large-scale, outdoor sonic artwork that fills the skies of a city. Their current projects include continued roles as Creative Associates for Dark Mofo, consulting on a Contemporary Music festival for Melbourne Recital Centre and future iterations of Siren Song.

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 This series of workshops supported by funding from  Creative Victoria.

This series of workshops supported by funding from Creative Victoria.