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2013 MELBOURNE FRINGE FESTIVAL 18 SEPT - 6 OCT - Registration is now open!

BY ART NEWS PORTAL | 06-May-2013
Artists wishing to register work for presentation in the 2013 Melbourne Fringe Festival can do so now at the 2013 Registration Site. General artist registration runs from Friday 3 May until Friday 24 May
Date: 18 September - 6 October 2013
Web: www.melbournefringe.com.au

The Melbourne Fringe Festival is an open-access, multi-artform event with a broad scope for programming and presentation spanning performance, comedy, music, visual art, cabaret, circus, dance and more. For further information on readying a show for the Festival, see How To Take Part.

The Artist Development page also has information about our currently underway 2013 Fringe Forums series. Sign up to the Melbourne Fringe eNews to find out topics, dates and locations.

Designers and artisans, start working on your pieces for Fringe Furniture 2013. Registration opens Friday 28 June.

About Melbourne Fringe Festival

Melbourne Fringe is a not-for-profit organisation that presents the annual Melbourne Fringe Festival. We provide artists with the tools to develop, present and promote their work, creating a community of audiences and artists that together represent a National arts network.

The Melbourne Fringe Festival is an open-access event. Each year artists from a wide scope of art-form and experience join our Independent Arts Program to develop and present their work as part of the Festival. Through our Independent Arts Program we run the Festival Hub, a curated space that offers a cross-section of arts experiences throughout the Festival period including the Fringe Club.

Central to each year's Melbourne Fringe Festival is our Creative Program, Melbourne Fringe produced projects which bring emerging and established artists together to explore new ways to engage audiences with free works in public spaces. In 2012, our Creative Program delivered Double Take and Fringe Furniture.

The Melbourne Fringe Artist Development Program supports our Festival participants and the broader independent arts community. Year-round we deliver a range of programs across all aspects of building a successful and sustainable career in the arts. Our Artist Development Programs include mentorships, forums, training and awards.

To present the Festival and support our year-round activities, Melbourne Fringe works with a range of committed and valued partners.

Source: Melbourne Fringe Festival Website