APAM FAQs

BELOW ARE ANSWERS TO FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT APAM
 
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DELEGATE REGISTRATIONS

SHOWCASE AND PITCH APPLICATIONS

When do applications close?

Showcase and Pitch applications for APAM 2018 have now closed. Applications closed on Monday 03 July 2017 11:59PM AEST. Please note: there are no extensions or exemptions for late applications, and only AUSTRALIAN or NEW ZEALAND based performing artists or arts organisations can apply to showcase or pitch. 

How many Showcase and Pitch spots are available?

This entirely depends on the number and quality of applications we receive. Our Curatorial Panel will use the number of full-length productions, excerpt showcases and pitches previously presented at APAM as a guide.

How will successful applicants be selected?

Successful applicants will be selected by the APAM Curatorial Panel, a group of internationally recognised artists and producers that have come together to curate the program for APAM 2018.

There are two Curatorial Panel sub-groups; one for Australian works and one for New Zealand works.

The respective APAM Curatorial Panel groups will meet in August 2017 to deliberate all APAM program applications. Successful applicants will be notified on 01 September 2017.

> How will applications be picked by the panel? 

The panel will consider:

  • The quality, distinctiveness and significance of the work.

  • The work’s suitability for national and international audiences.  

  • The creative team, the artistic realisation (if applicable), critical review, and audience response (if applicable) to the proposed work.

  • Previous touring experience of the artist/company and, if this is limited, the steps the artist/company has in place to follow up.

  • Methods in place to manage any on-going relationships that arise.

  • Capacity to tour the work (e.g. artists availability, set, insurance, budget, marketing etc.)

>Will feedback be provided to Showcase and Pitch applicants regarding final decisions / outcomes?

No feedback will be available from the Curatorial process. 


DISPLAY BOOTHS

>What is a Display Booth?

Display Booths provide a key networking point for national and international artists, arts organisations and funding agencies to have: a greater presence at APAM, promote their work, have greater networking opportunties and directly engage with attendees.

Display Booths are designed for one to two companies optimum per single booth layout. Independent artists, arts organisations and collectives are encouraged to partner up to rent a booth. Applications from both Australian and international organisations and companies are encouraged. 

>How many Booths are available? 

Twenty five booths will be available for rent and accessible to exhibitors and delegates at dedicated times during APAM 2018. 

> I am an artist or company and have applied as a Showcase or Pitch - can I still submit a Booth EOI? 

Yes - regardless of your Showcase or Pitch outcome, you are welcome to submit a Booth EOI. 

> How much is the rental cost?

AUD $660.00 (plus 10% GST) per display booth and includes a dedicated webpage within the APAM website.

The APAM 2018 display booth rental rate does not include any delegate registrations. It is a requirement, that each artist or company successfully applying for a display booth has at least one registered delegate as a representative at the display booth during opening hours (to be advised in November 2015). Registrations open 25 October 2017 and early bird prices end on 8 December 2017.

>When are Display Booths open during APAM?

Display booths will feature three mornings of APAM, complemented by other activities within The Exchange program. This will allow booth holders and delegates to do business without having to miss out on the official APAM program of Showcases and Pitches. Booths will be located at Sofitel Brisbane Central, our hotel partner for APAM 2018 from 9am -12pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 

> When do Booth EOI's close?

Booth EOI's close Monday 11 September 2017. Successful Display Booth applicants will be notified Monday 19 September 2017. 

Successful applicants will have to submit full payment by Monday 25 September 2017. If payment is not received by the due date, the booth will go to the next applicant on the waiting list.

Please note: all successful booth applicants will have to submit a copy of their current Public Liability Insurance to confirm their booth rental

> What does a Display Booth look like?

  • Each display booth consists of three components that can be set up in a number of different configurations to include shelving and display tables.
  • Each booth holder will have a 2.5m (w) x 2m (d) footprint to work with.
  • Each booth will be provided with 1 x power socket, 2 x stools, lighting and basic signage.
  • Additional details will be provided closer to the date.

DELEGATE REGISTRATIONS

>When will Delegate Registrations Open? 

Delegate registrations will open when the official APAM 2018 program is launched - Wednesday 25 October 2017.

>How can I purchase a Delegate pass to APAM 2018? 

Delegate passes will be available for purchase via the APAM website from Wednesday 25 October 2017

> Do I need to register as a delegate if I am part of the APAM 2018 program?

If your APAM 2018 program application is successful, you or your company will receive one complimentary delegate pass for the person that will introduce and represent your work/work in development.

You will be notified 1 September 2017 regarding your application outcome. 

If you are planning for more than one person from your company to attend APAM 2018, you will need to purchase additional delegate passes. 

 


Other questions?

For any questions and queries not covered on this page, please contact APAM directly:

P: +61 7 3358 8683  E: apam@brisbanepowerhouse.org