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Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) 2018 – call for artists (deadline: 3 July 2017)

Call for Artists Closes: 3 July 2017
Event: 19 – 23 February 2018
Event Location: Brisbane, Australia
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APAM is Australia’s leading internationally focused industry event for contemporary performing arts – with a key focus on increasing international and national touring outcomes and business development opportunities for the sector. The event, which will be held in Brisbane in 2018, brings together more than 1,200 Artists, Artistic Directors, Creative and Associate Producers, Companies, Festival Directors, Executives, CEO’s, and Program Managers.

Artists and companies wishing to take part can apply to the Showcase and Pitch Program or On Display Booth Program, as well as attending networking events.

Artists and arts organisations interested in applying and/or attending APAM are invited to attend Roadshow information sessions taking place across Australia :

Melbourne (24 March); Sydney (3 April); Perth (4 April); Adelaide (6 April); Brisbane (10 April); Gold Coast (11 April); Townsville ( 12 April); Darwin (20 April) (details at: )

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