Australian Performing Arts Market Display Booths set to close

APAM Booths 2016 - photo by FenLan ChuangWith just days until Expressions of Interest close for Display Booths at the 2018 Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM), artists and companies are being encouraged to finalise their submissions now, ahead of the deadline on Monday 11 September 2017.

APAM brings together more than 1,200 participants from the Australian and international performing arts industry, including Federal and State arts agencies and funding bodies, peak organisations and supporting networks, influential Artists, Artistic Directors, Creative and Associate Producers, Companies, Festival Directors, Executives, CEO’s, and Program Managers from over 30 countries.

A key meeting point for business and critical conversation, APAM 2018 will feature 25 high profile Display Booths program that will allow national and international artists,arts organisations and funding agencies to promote their work.

Display Booths will feature at the official hotel Partner – Sofitel Brisbane Central, three mornings of APAM, complementing The Exchange program. This scheduling allows Exhibitors and Delegates to do business without having to miss out on APAM program performances. Independent artists, arts organisations and collectives are highly encouraged to partner up to rent a Booth.

“Display Booths present a great opportunity for national and international performing arts organisations, companies and funding bodies to promote their work at APAM,” said Zohar Spatz, Executive Producer APAM. Booths act as a key meeting point for business and facilitate conversations and greater opportunities. I’d encourage any organisation looking to attain greater presence at APAM to consider the opportunity a Display Booth will present during the event.”

APAM 2018 is presented by the Australia Council for the Arts in partnership with Brisbane Powerhouse. Brisbane City Council is the Principal Supporter of APAM. The Queensland Government, through Arts Queensland and Tourism and Events Queensland, also proudly supports the event. Australian Arts Review is a proud Media Partner of APAM 2018.

Expressions of Interest for a Display Booth at APAM close on Monday 11 September 2017. For more information or to apply, visit: www.performingartsmarket.com.au for details. The 2018 Australian Performing Arts Market runs 19 – 23 February.

Image: Delegates interacting at the Display Booths at APAM 2016 – photo by FenLan Chuang

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