Planning for Dragon Dreaming Festival 2009 is well underway!!! This is the second year for this 3-day alternative arts, music and lifestyle festival, to be held in Canberra over the October long weekend (3-5 October).
Right now, we’re seeking contributors to the festival:
With a strong commitment to showcasing artists from Australia and Aotearoa (NZ), Dragon Dreaming Festival is a great place to come and showcase your electronic or live music skills. We are looking for DJ’s, live electronic and live instrumental bands/ artists.
Without the amazing contribution of the country’s artists our site looks a little bare. We are calling all visual and installation artists who would like to showcase their work at Dragon Dreaming to get in touch. Size is irrelevant; we have space for almost anything!
One of the great things about a festival is the diverse range of stalls and food that is available. We are looking for all types of craft, clothing, artistic and more stalls as well as tasty food to keep everyone grooving along.
What can we say? Without volunteers the festival doesn’t happen. We are looking for people of all walks and skills to manage everything from ensuring firewood is stocked and portaloos are cleaned to making sure that people are parked and camped safely and the site is left as pristinely beautiful as we found it.
Dragon Dreaming is made up of a myriad of elements. Just as important as the music and the markets are the random performances we see both on the stages and throughout the festival site. We are looking for the quirky, the zany and even the crazy to bring the joy of performance to the event.
With so many beautiful artworks, amazing performers and groove inducing beats, it is important to have somewhere to go to relax, unwind and just take it all in. Our lifestyle village needs healers and massage therapists to ensure that all the cares of the world can be whisked away.
One of the most amazing things about festivals is the diverse range of learning opportunities present. We are looking for presenters, independent film makers and other genuinely interesting opportunities to be a part of the outdoor cinema and workshop space.
If you think you can contribute to any of the above or in another way we haven’t imagined, or you want more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also – keep your eyes peeled – www.dragondreaming.net will be brimming with more festival info soon!