TiNA artist applications NOW OPEN!
Artist applications for This is Not Art (TINA) 2015 are now open!
As one of the nation’s leading contemporary and emerging arts festivals, TiNA continues to create experimental environments where artists can test and exchange ideas that belong outside of institutions.
Produced by Octapod in Newcastle since 1998, TiNA has grown to become one of Australia’s leading contemporary and emerging arts festivals, creating spaces for artistic collaboration and discovery. Forever responding and evolving, TiNA promotes a vibrant combination of voices that celebrate and seek creative innovation. As a festival of multiple programs presenting dynamic and bold works, TiNA is the sum of its ever-changing parts.
Each year TINA is developed in partnership with co-presenters – arts collectives and organisations from across Australia who work at a programming level to develop the festival. In 2015 TiNA will present programs from Crack Theatre Festival, Critical Animals and National Young Writers’ Festival.
HOW TO APPLY
Artists should apply directly to the co-presenters:
- Crack Theatre Festival – read their Media Release and download their Artist Info Pack.
- Critical Animals and
- National Young Writers’ Festival.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE MIDNIGHT 30 MARCH 2015.
TINA ARTIST INFO SESSIONS
This year Octapod is holding three artist info sessions so you can find out more about what’s involved in presenting at TiNA 2015:
Wednesday, March 11th, 6-7pm
21 Gordon Ave, Hamilton
Thursday, March 19, 6-7pm
The Arts Factory
456 Macquarie St
Thursday, March 26, 6-7pm
TiNA – it’s the four days of the year where you get to collaborate, share your ideas, passions and skills, showcase your work, and reinvigorate your practice at the nation’s most inspiring party.
1 – 4 October 2015 (October Long Weekend).