Artists of Canberra, Corinbank wants you!

johnboy 14 July 2011


The returning Corinbank festival (as we calendared 14 months ago despite some recent media excitement). Is running 2-4 March 2012.

But what is news is that if you’re a musician, performer, or visual artist who wants to be on the bill it’s time to apply.

Corinbank is now accepting applications from all musicians, performers and visual artists to be involved in Corinbank 2012. Whatever it is you create, if you want to show it off at Corinbank, you’re in the right place to make it happen.


We are seeking a range of musical talents and stylings to complete our festival. So, if you have a voice or can play an instrument and you have a few songs behind you, then you could be on the Corinbank stage!

We are a festival that celebrates diversity, so if you can rock or roll, if you can sing the blues, or bring the roots, if you can make a crowd dance the night away, or rhyme to a beat (or really make any sort of noise that makes heads turn) let us know.

Performance artists

We are looking for artists from a range of backgrounds to entertain the crowds at Corinbank 2012. We’re looking for roving entertainers, cabaret acts, short shows suitable for a mini venue, and shows and workshops for our main tent The Bally. Shows appropriate for a family audience to adults-only entertainment are all welcome.

This could include circus, theatre, dance, comedy, variety, burlesque, mixed-artform, performance installations or other things besides.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss your application please contact

Visual artists

We are looking to adorn the stages, entertainment areas, bars, walk ways, and bushland with a broad range of locally produced visual art of varying scales in a variety of mediums. The art could include individual pieces or large collaborative projects.

Art could include, but is by no means limited to:

— Installation and sculptural works
— Visual projections
— Stage design/backdrops
— Stencil and graffiti art
— Interactive arts workshops involving festival patrons
— Recyclable/environmentally sustainable fashion

If you have any questions or would like to discuss your application please contact

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