M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2021: Quiet Riot

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2021: Quiet Riot

This Deadline Expired: Friday, March 6, 2020

The M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is calling for proposals for Fringe 2021: Quiet Riot!

The next edition’s theme of ‘Quiet Riot’ invites us to consider what resistance means today. Do protests necessarily have to be associated with destruction, or is there a place for quiet riots?

The Festival is looking for performance and live art works that will fall within that theme. Specifically, they are interested in original, process-driven, well researched works that prioritize social engagement and critical inquiry in the creation process.

Deadline for applications: Friday 6 March 2020, noon GMT +8.

There is no fee required to submit an application.

For more information, please visit: http://www.singaporefringe.com/fringe2020/Fringe2021

D’nae Harrison
Nancy E. F. Halbert

I was a choreographer and modern dancer for most of my life. It is the balance between energy and stillness that I carry…

I was a choreographer and modern dancer for most of my life. It is the balance between energy and stillness that I carry into my art. I reflect this discord in a gesture and painterly contemporary style.…

I was a choreographer and modern dancer for most of my life. It is the balance between energy and stillness that I carry into my art. I reflect this discord in a gesture and painterly contemporary style. I use a variety of…

Leora Brecher
Jack Knight

Jack Knight's works are free form compositions shapes, forms and colors that draw the viewer closer to examine the swirls…

Jack Knight's works are free form compositions shapes, forms and colors that draw the viewer closer to examine the swirls and intricacies and details of the forms and colors.…

Jack Knight's works are free form compositions shapes, forms and colors that draw the viewer closer to examine the swirls and intricacies and details of the forms and colors.…

Kevin Hetzel
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