Single tickets are now on sale for Next Wave Festival 2012. Head to the Next Wave program quick smart or you’ll miss the boat…and the wave. Day Passes, our affordable, accessible curated journeys through the Festival program, are still available but are selling fast. Many of the shows, parties, talks and events in the [...]
The 29 March 2012 edition of our Pegboard is now online. Inside you’ll find information about how to buy tickets to the Next Wave Festival 2012, how to volunteer and how to support our artists’ projects, as well as giveaways, upcoming events and arts-related opportunities. Plus much more.
We searched far and wide for leaders of contemporary arts communities and instigators of innovative projects. And we asked them over to our place. Throughout the Festival, The Residents will be present as provocateurs at Breakfast Club in the morning and partying with the rest of us at Westspace each night. We’ll release profiles [...]
Food for Thought embraces the notion that a revolution can start at the dinner table. You can be a part of this revolution, hosted by LEVEL Artist Run Initiative, at Footscray Community Arts Centre during Next Wave Festival 2012. Seats at the table will be allocated by ballot. To enter the ballot to attend [...]
Many of the projects in Next Wave Festival 2012 still need your support to get their fundraising goals over the line and make their grandest artistic dreams a reality. This is your chance to really get behind the artists who inspire you and the most anticipated events in Next Wave Festival 2012. Help make these [...]
We Australians present Manifestations of Now (MoNOW) in several spaces at Federation Square in April. Featuring a long list of exciting artists including Next Wave Alumni Brown Council, Bindi Cole, Keith Lim and Carl Scrase, MoNOW explores notions of self, time, space and place relating to the collective Australian cultural consciousness. With artists from [...]
Next Wave alumni Jason Maling presents a new work in April: Fuguestate. In rural England in 2005, police found a man wearing a dinner suit, wandering alone at night in pouring rain. At hospital, staff presented him with a pencil and paper in the hope he would write his name. Instead, he drew a [...]