Dublin, 11-26 September 2010 Dublin Fringe Festival
16th Dublin Fringe Festival

invitation for submissions for its culture jamming line-up of contemporary arts
www.fringefest.com/2010

Dublin Fringe Festival is delighted to welcome submissions for the 2010 edition of ABSOLUT Fringe. For two weeks in September Dublin will be captivated by theatre, dance, music, visual art, live art and street performance from Ireland and around the globe. We invite you to join us in making it happen.
Dublin Fringe Festival has always been the natural home of artists who are ambitious, adventurous, innovative and fearless, and who make work in all kinds of places and spaces around Dublin city. This year, a continued emphasis will be placed on new work that reclaims more of our city's empty spaces and experiments with performance and experiential arts on a grand and minute scale.

In 2010 the festival will have a particular focus on works that engage with the theme of community, to be interpreted as liberally and imaginatively as possible by the artists we work with. Too often 'community' becomes a byword for disadvantage and exclusion where the myriad possibilities of community, both on and offline are ignored.

Dublin Fringe Festival would like to re-imagine the idea of community in 2010. To do this, we need you, artists and thinkers, to make it happen. We want to hear your ideas whether you work in theatre, music, dance, visual art, street-art, film, multi-media or beyond.



Contact:
Dublin Fringe Festival
Róise Goan, Director
Sackville House, Sackville Place, Dublin 1
Ireland
tel: +353 1 817 1677
fax: +353 1 817 1678
info@fringefest.com
www.fringefest.com

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