New Zealand and Australia Performing Arts Tour

October 15, 2018 - New Zealand and Australia Performing Arts Tour Our kiwi partners, the Performing Arts Network of New Zealand (PANNZ), are working with the Adelaide Fringe in South Australia to offer an exiting programme for international presenters to travel to both New Zealand and Australia.

This alignment provides an excellent opportunity to attend two Arts Markets - the PANNZ Arts Market and Adelaide Fringe’s Honey Pot, as well as to experience work programmed across the five Festivals that run alongside - Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Arts Festival, Auckland Arts Festival, Auckland Fringe Festival and the New Zealand Fringe Festival.

Delegates can expect to make the most out of their trip with show match-making services, bespoke itineraries based on the specific types of work you’re looking to programme and networking events and sessions to extend your industry networks and friendships. Each organisation is offering accommodation (by application) - a total of seven nights for international delegates participating in the programme (3 provided by Honey Pot in Adelaide and 4 provided by PANNZ in Auckland).

For an informal discussion or to apply please contact PANNZ Executive Producer Drew James

 

About PANNZ Arts Market

PANNZ Arts Market is an annual market, this year in Auckland 5 – 7 March, during the New Zealand Fringe 1 – 23 March (Wellington) and followed the Auckland Arts Festival 8 – 24 March 2019. The PANNZ Arts Market is New Zealand’s sole marketplace for performing arts work with 40+ pitches and showcases across 3 inspiring days. With New Zealand’s entire performing arts industry at the one Market, the PANNZ Arts Market is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the best current work Aotearoa:New Zealand has to offer, and to meet and collaborate with everyone that makes New Zealand a vibrant and innovative creative and cultural destination.

About Honey Pot

Honey Pot is Adelaide Fringe’s internationally recognised arts marketplace – running throughout the entire festival 15 February – 17 March 2019. Now in its 12th year, it provides a vital support program and a dynamic matchmaking service for delegates that attend Fringe seeking the best in contemporary arts for future programming. Honey Pot Artists are able to showcase their work in its entirety and connect with over 200+ industry delegates. Participating in the Honey Pot program provides the opportunity to start new conversations, develop and continue professional relationships, and form lasting connections. Each year hundreds of deals are done through Honey Pot.