The first round of submissions closed one month ago. We have programmed several events for next year's festival and are now opening the call for work for a second round of submissions. There is no deadline for this, however as the main programme is being finalised, we cannot guarantee that there will be space for later submissions.
To get a taste of last year's festival visit the website: www.rawffest.wales or watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N96wzDSDjz4
To view this form in Welsh, please click here: https://goo.gl/forms/U70Ttz07Q5DjCiWp1
What we're after: Dance, music, circus, visual art, films, literature, fashion, media, theatre etc. Workshops, work-in-progress, performances, exhibitions, projections etc. Work across a range of languages including Welsh, English, BSL etc.
Costs: All the young people at the festival will share their own work and watch other peoples work, join in workshops, network and have fun. Ticket prices will be discussed by the young peoples planning group and prices will be released Autumn 2018.
As with most other youth arts festivals, RawFfest does not pay a fee for performances, exhibitions etc. However, there is a limited budget to pay professional practitioners to deliver workshops.
If you have further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
RawFfest GŵylGrai is a partnership of Wales Millennium Centre, Youth Arts Network Cymru, A2 Connect, Newport Live and Venue Cymru. We are grateful for financial support from the Arts Council of Wales and Welsh Government Major Events Unit.