9th Jan 12
Long Paddock National Touring Forum
Blue Heeler Long Paddock National Touring Forum - selection process now open!
Long Paddock, Australia’s premier national touring forum, will run on 3-4 April 2012 at the Albury Entertainment Centre. Hosted by Regional Arts Victoria and Albury Entertainment Centre on behalf of the Blue Heeler Network, Long Paddock is geared towards Playing Australia funding for national performing arts touring in 2013.
Producers are invited to submit their productions for Long Paddock National Touring forum consideration via the Cyberpaddock website.
Producers - how to register
To register your production for entry into Long Paddock, you must first set up a Cyberpaddock profile (http://cyberpaddock.com.au), and then submit your event registration through Try Booking (http://www.trybooking.com/19184). The entry process closes on the 20th of January and each production entry incurs a $50 +(+GST) administration fee.
Presenters will be invited to cast Long Paddock selection interest votes for productions via Cyberpaddock from January the 23rd though to the 2nd of February – after which Producers will be informed if they will be invited to present at the Long Paddock.
Keen to attend?
All interested parties can register to attend the Long Paddock forum. Registrations will be managed via Trybooking.com and will open on February the 27th. An update will be posted once the event registrations are open.
Need more info?
You can read more about Long Paddock on http://cyberpaddock.com.au, the website of the Blue Heeler Network of performing arts touring coordinators.
Cyberpaddock, Long paddock, and the Blue Heeler Network are all managed under the Auspices of Regional Arts Australia - http://www.regionalarts.com.au.
Find out about the Albury Entertainment Centre and the Albury region via the council website - http://www.alburycity.nsw.gov.au/www/html/1535-coming-events.asp.
Read about Playing Australia, its objectives and guidelines here - http://www.arts.gov.au/topics/regional-touring-arts/playing-australia.