+ MORE TO BE UPLOADED SOON.
The Borderline Performance Festival is supported by Norwich Art Centre and Colchester Art Centre.
Future Radio's " Norwich today" show hosted an nterview with Borderline organiser Elena Italia and helped advertise the project on air.
LOCAL SPONSORS AND SUPPORT IN KIND
The Borderline/ Performance Festival also has the support in kind of the Bycicle Shop, who will provide the final free meal and refreshments on the night and the Rumsey Wells, who lent us their space in kind
Stew Print Rooms helped produce the posters for BORDERLINE/'s first fundraiser. Stew will also host the closing meal for BORDERLINE/.
To find out more about Stew, visit http://stewgallery.tumblr.com/About.
The Print Rooms are run by Vicky Johnson and Jo Stafford.
You can find out more about those at http://stewprintrooms.blogspot.co.uk/.
Borderline Performance Festival is supported by NUNNS YARD and YALLOPS Gallery, two artist led spaces run by local artist Tony George, which will play host to some of out visiting artists.
You can find out more about Tony's two galleries, for hire at affordable prices to students and art professionals, and their future programming at http://www.nunnsyard.co.uk/
Mr Dixon is a Norwich based programmer , web designer and composer. He helped design some of the website and ensuring it is accessible to the visually impaired.
You can find out more about his work at
The project has also benefitted from the mentoring and support of local collective Other/Other/Other, producer Rosalind Colemann, promoter Finbarr Carter, graphic designer Luke Emery... Please find below links to everyone's websites and projects.
local performance collective and artist group.
Finbarr Carter ( promoter )
Roots Arena Facebook page
Dan Richards ( writer )