“With events spread out across our sprawling city, the festival celebrates, and highlights the amazing work of our local independent artists, art makers and performers. Inviting our audiences to visit undiscovered parts of the city, a new venue or a secret bar, and discover the fantastic creative offerings our artists prepare year-round.”
— FESTIVAL DIRECTOR, KERRI GLASSCOCK
Our Festival Director shares her thoughts on the challenges and opportunities facing Sydney’s nightlife.
Kerri Glasscock, Sydney Fringe Festival Director, speaks with FBi Radio's Allison Chan about the reasons she's still in Sydney, despite her doubts about the cities future.
Five years in development, plans for a Sydenham Creative Hub have been struck down, leaving artists and arts workers angry and despairing for their city's future.
Kerri Glasscock, Sydney Fringe Festival Director, has been chosen as part of the new City of Sydney Nightlife and Creative Sector Panel, joining representatives from a number of our longer term collaborators.
We're hatching some super exciting plans in Liverpool for September. But in the meantime, Liverpool City Council Australia has a great opportunity for creatives with their Urban Screen Studio Residencies - EOI's are open until Sunday 3rd June. All details can be found here https://liverpool.smartygrants.com.au/UrbanStreetR2
2018 artist registrations are officially closed, with a plethora of amazing work, across genres, that we are bursting at the seams to get in front of you. Keeping an eye on this space for more details coming soon!
In 2018 Sydney Fringe Festival has been able to remove inside charges on ticketing, allowing artists to take home more profit and streamlines the production and budgeting process for all our shows. We are very excited to be able to continually support the independent arts in our community, working towards a more sustainable sector for everyone.