Submissions now open for Yellamundie Festival 202112.08.2020
Presented by Moogahlin Performing Arts, Yellamundie Festival identifies, develops, and presents new First Peoples stories that display potential for further development and/or production. Yellamundie is a Darug word meaning “storyteller”.
Since its inception in 2013, the festival has become an international showcase for First Peoples talent. From a national call for submissions, six new works will undergo two weeks of development and are presented in a three-day festival of public readings, yarns, and events in Sydney* in January 2021.
Previously focussed only on writing for stage, Moogahlin is proud to announce that the 2021 Yellamundie Festival will now be open to submissions from a range of live performance art forms, providing development opportunities for Playwrights, Music Composers, and Dance Choreographers.
The Festival is particularly keen to see applications for:
- New works
- Concepts, compositions, synopsis, recordings of works that are in progress
- Solely conceptualised and controlled by First Peoples
Applications are now open until 11.59pm Sunday 4th October 2020.
Find out more.