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How to apply to play at the National Folk Festival – Pam Merrigan
September 16, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree – $20
The Folk Federation of NSW is pleased to announce a Workshop on “How to apply to play at the National Folk Festival” with Pam Merrigan the Festival & Artistic Director of the National Folk festival.
Pam’s presentation will be followed by a question and answer session.
The workshop will also be of benefit to people applying to other Folk Festivals.
Applications for next years festival may have closed but this will give you time to produce a good one for future years.
2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
16th September 2018
1/64 Devonshire Street
Surry Hills NSW 2010
Head up Devonshire St from Central Railway Station and it’s upstairs on your left through the green doors
The National Folk Festival is not charging us for Pam’s services, however we do need to cover our expenses.
Cost $20 or $15 for members. (individual or family)
You can join on the day for $25 and pay only $15 for the workshop
Bookings are essential as space will be limited to 30 people
Enquiries at: email@example.com
To book a place fill in the form below on this page.
There are still 13 places left
Pam Merrigan, MMus – UNSW. Pam is a music educator, professional & folk musician and radio broadcaster with extensive experience in music arts, education and arts production and management. Pam has had a life long and passionate engagement with the folk arts including working on both the Newcastle and Wagga Wagga Folk Festivals and, as Artistic Director of Turning Wave Festival. Pam was engaged as Artistic Program Manager, NFF in 2012 and joined the Board when she became Festival Director in July 2013.
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