Greetings from DaDaFest – as the silly season is almost upon us, I was eager to send out a final e–letter of the year.
It has been a year of changes and interesting happenings. We successfully retained our Arts Council funding, Young DaDaFest was even better and stronger with two fringe events, and we have developed a very challenging and exciting programme for the next DaDaFest International – more news on this at the end of January.
My illness has had an unexpected impact on my time in the office, but my thanks go to the incredible staff team for keeping the art plans alive and delivering on all our objectives. I was grateful for the constant contact with them and thankful for all the best wishes from across the globe. Social media really comes into its own with such matters, making our world smaller, united and more cherished.
Sadly, this year we have endured the loss of key artists and activists dying before their time, including our dearly loved Patron Sir Bert Massie. We will think of them, especially their loved ones over this holiday season.
May I wish you a joyous, peaceful and Happy Christmas and New Year.
We are recruiting!
We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic individual to join the team here at DaDaFest as Marketing and Communications Manager. You will need to have a passion for and commitment to DaDaFest’s mission and, working closely with both the Executive and Artistic Directors, you will take responsibility for developing and supporting the wide range of media, marketing and stakeholder relationships that are critical to our successClosing date is 8 January 2018 and further details about the post and the application forms are here: Marketing and Communications Manager
Open Call for Artists
We are now starting the build up towards Young DaDaFest in July 2018. So if you are a disabled artist or making disability art, are aged between 12 to 30 and would like to perform and/or showcase original work the download an application form and let us know