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Red Square, Squeezebox, Universal Playground, Persian Garden, The Artist Bar Jetty, Barrio, Lola's Pergola, The Palais, The Workshop: since its earliest days, Adelaide Festival has sought to create a space for Australian and international artists and audiences to meet for unforgettable arts experiences, to watch and listen, to perform, to witness, and to eat and drink and dance during the beautiful late summer nights of those magical weeks in March.

Within the context of the overall experience of the Festival, a Festival ‘hub’ is a meeting place for audiences to socialise before and after shows and for artists to connect with other Festival artists and arts aficionados.

Adelaide Festival is now seeking to appoint a designer or architect to design a new space for our next three Festivals (2021-23): one which is playful, theatrical, beautiful, surprising... a pleasure to be inside. It needs to be perfect for a band, a visiting writer or an after-show party and show them all at their best. Most of all, it must be somewhere you don’t want to leave!

If you think you're up to the challenge, download the EOI document (LOW RES / HIGH RES) and study it carefully. Then submit your detailed proposal (a total of eight pages with all the elements required in the Project Scope) in electronic format by 5pm on Monday 1 June.

Further questions about the EOI process can also be directed towards:

Sam Wright

Executive Producer & Curator, Contemporary Music, Adelaide Festival

swright@adelaidefestival.com.au

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