Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe: get involved
Bournemouth is full of bright, creative and inspiring people. A cause worth investing in, Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe is a unique open-access festival coming to the town centre and suburbs this Autumn. Supporting a diverse range of local artists, BEAF is set to be a platform for the huge pool of talent in the local area.
Festival Coordinator, David Nock stressed that: “Anyone who wants to show their work during the festival can… The fringe represents the diverse range of voices and art forms that make our community great. For many artists, this could be the most significant platform opportunity they’ve had to date.”
From October 15 to November 1, there will be exhibitions, live music, poetry, theatre, workshops, talks, a film festival and more, directly promoting the work of local creatives as well as involving other people from the community with some new and exciting experiences.
Last year, the festival ran on a very small budget which presented them with many limitations but this year, the project is using crowdfunding in an attempt to raise more and to then deliver more to their audiences. The campaign is well on target but every donation helps. Using an Indiegogo page, donations are rewarded via ‘perks’ including tote bags, discounts at local businesses, hand delivered festival brochures and even renowned local artist Stuart Semple has kindly donated a signed original print of his.
— Bournemouth Fringe (@bmthfringe) August 26, 2015
— a-n News (@an_artnews) August 26, 2015
— Danielle Rose (@_RosyD) August 24, 2015
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