Adelaide Fringe Fund Grant Applications are now open for 2024!
The Adelaide Fringe Fund is now accepting grant applications from Australian artists and venues looking to participate in the 2024 Adelaide Fringe.
Last year, more than 200 grants totalling $1 million were given out to artists, producers and venues to participate in the 2023 Adelaide Fringe.
Insights from a University of Adelaide Alumna & Artist - Part 4
Welcome to blog number four! As we have reached the end of the financial year, let's delve into the future of Adelaide's arts and culture scene. But before we jump into it, I want to express my gratitude for those who have been following along. Your support means the world to me, and I hope you’re gaining valuable insight!
2024 Poster Competition Open!
Australia’s biggest arts festival, Adelaide Fringe is on a global hunt to find the artwork that will become the face of the 2024 festival, with submissions to the Adelaide Fringe Poster Competition officially open.
Adelaide Fringe 2023 Sells One Million Tickets and Generates $105.5 Million in Economic Expenditure to South Australia
Adelaide Fringe has once again cemented its status as one of the world's leading arts festivals, generating $105.5 million in expenditure for the state of South Australia – a 40% increase on 2022.
Insights from a University of Adelaide Alumna & Artist - Part 3
Welcome back to blog post 3! I hope everyone in Adelaide has been staying warm these last few weeks, I can barely feel my fingers as I write this and with the rate of inflation, who can afford heating? 🥶
Thao Cao talks about her life as a comedian and a refugee for World Refugee Day
Thao almost died on a bus, almost died on a refugee boat and almost died of embarrassment after drinking seven ciders on an empty stomach. Sydney comedian Thao talks about her work and her life as a refugee.
Adelaide Fringe Ambassador Penny Arcade's Insights on ‘Queer’ Art and History
“Bitch, Dyke, Faghag, Whore” was the name of 2023 Adelaide Fringe ambassadors first show at Fringe over 20 years ago. We had an enlightening chat with Penny for Pride Month about her experiences as a queer person, finding her community and activism in New York across the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s.
Tone and Cheek Productions talk about the importance of open-access festivals for LGBTQIA+ artists and audiences
We caught up with Producer Liam from Tone and Cheek Productions and Club D'Amour revolved around a captivating discussion encompassing Pride Month and the immense significance of having open-access festivals for LGBTQIA+ artists and audiences.
Insights from a University of Adelaide Alumna & Artist - Part 2
Welcome back to the second blog post of this series! Let’s dive back into how Amelie Peters pursued a career in the arts by studying at The University of Adelaide.
Adelaide Fringe ranked amongst the top ten Australian brands on Instagram!
At Adelaide Fringe, we are pretty proud of ourselves for cultivating a community that celebrates diversity and inclusion at every chance. This community exists on the streets and in venues during Adelaide Fringe festival but also, online.
World Environment Day: The Role of Not For Profits In Creating Awareness
Adelaide Fringe values World Environment Day, recognizing our duty to protect the planet. We have actively reduced our ecological footprint and strive to inspire others in promoting environmental sustainability. Discover how we contribute to a sustainable future.
Insights from a University of Adelaide Alumna & Artist
To celebrate the partnership between Adelaide Fringe and the University of Adelaide, the Insights from an Alumna & Artist Blog Series sets out to explore the connection between university and the arts, and the role higher education plays in a vibrant creative industry. University of Adelaide Alumna and Adelaide Fringe artist Amelie Peters provides great insight into topics such as how studying at the University of Adelaide contributed to her career as a Fringe artist, the future of Adelaide’s arts scene, making history amongst the global arts and cultural industry, and more.
Join us for this 6-part series, with a new blog each fortnight.