This is Not Art (TiNA) digital program launch for 2016

18391_10155854411615422_1619026859078614405_nJoin us as we celebrate the digital launch of the This is Not Art (TINA) program for 2016! 

To be held at Vinyl Cafe, one of our key Venue Partners for 2016. Enjoy some performances from local artists, meet the festival directors and check out this year’s program. Hosted by David Graham, National Young Writers’ Festival Co-Director and presenter of local Anti Word Hurl. Light refreshments available. All welcome.

TiNA celebrates Newcastle as a first rate creative city. Now in its 19th year, the festival has become an integral part of Newcastle’s arts calendar as young people from around the country converge on the city to share ideas, meet like-minded creative and potential collaborators, and test work in a safe and supportive environment.

TiNA is dedicated to the development of experimental and emerging arts practice and is produced by Newcastle based non profit arts organisation Octapod in partnership with festival co-presenters National Young Writers’ Festival (NYWF), Crack Theatre Festival and Critical Animals.

Festival dates: 29 September – 2 October 2016

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www.thisisnotart.org

DATE: Friday 19 August 2016

TIME: 6 – 7.30pm

WHERE: Vinyl Cafe, 4 Perkins St, Newcastle

ACCESS: The venue is wheelchair accessible however accessible toilets are not available onsite. Perkins St is flat with reserved accessible parking available on the other side of the street. Accessible toilets are available around the corner near the public bus stop on Hunter St.