|NEWS FROM THE FRINGE|
WHAT'S ON THE HORIZON FOR 2014
We want to build on what we did in 2008 and 2011 where we offered a context for artists and audiences to publicly engage with the Folkestone Triennial. For 2014 we intend to extend the scope of FF projects and embrace a wider range of work in the form of the DIY Fringe.
DIY Fringe is an uncurated, inclusive platform that welcomes submission of any exhibition, event and activity planned for the coming 2014 Folkestone Triennial. The web listings site will be free and available to all, providing a one-stop shop to view all arts events in one place. We will also provide a main point of contact for enquires and advice.
The DIY Fringe is here to promote you and your ideas. The DIY Fringe does not commission works or finance individual projects, our aim is to provide high quality promotion and a central point of contact for all fringe events.
FF Projects are transdisciplinary curated projects that respond to specific briefs. We are keen to hear from arts organisations, collectives, artists, spatial practioners, architects, writers, geographers, sound artists, designers, and theorists to set these briefs.