Article published: Monday, June 25th 2012
Manchester’s Free For Arts Festival returns later this year for its fourth programme of events and already the deadline for submissions has almost arrived. Ian Pennington takes a brief look at what to expect.
The festival, first staged in 2009, is a not-for-profit enterprise focusing on the idea of positioning a diverse range of arts and performances in unique city-based locations, while making them accessible to the general public. The curators of the festival, including new directors Ali Gunn and Emily Songhurst, will spend the remainder of the summer months organising and scheduling in order to showcase local art across Manchester from Friday 19 to Friday 26 October.
But hurry – now is the final opportunity to submit a proposal for artwork, music, exhibitions, events or any other creative outlet as the online form closes tomorrow, Tuesday 26 June.
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