Culture Fest

Multicultural Communities Documentary

UNE International is excited to announce a new project as part of Culture Fest 2020 here in the New England. In light of COVID-19 restrictions, the festival as it was held in 2019 will not be able to go ahead. In lieu of our festival night, we are getting creative and going visual and we need your input. 

We are seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from international families and community members here at UNE to take part in a short series of documentary-style videos, highlighting multicultural regional Australia. While we can’t showcase the diverse and vibrant cultures and communities in person this year, we’d love to be able to create an opportunity for people in the wider community to get to know you, your family and friends, your country and your culture, through film.

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Culture Fest Livestream Performance

Saturday 31 October

When you can't perform in person the next best thing is taking it online and live! We are seeking expressions of interest from students and members of the community who might like to take part in performing a cultural dance, music piece, performance art, anything that demonstrates your culture. Each performance can be up to 3 mins in length and we will be filming the performances at a theatre venue to be confirmed in the coming days. It will be like a live, in-person performance with lighting, sound and an MC, but without an audience this time. The good news is that because it's going to be live-streamed you can share the link with family and friends across the globe and it will also be recorded. If you are interested in being a part of this performance on behalf of you country, please contact acook34@une.edu.au and include the following information in your email:

  • Full Name
  • Nationality
  • Brief description of what you would like to perform
  • How many people will be performing
  • Approx. duration of performance

Cut off date for EOI submissions is Friday 18 September.


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