The Green Curtain Award 2022

ONCA’s Fringe Award is back for the fifth year!

We’re happy to announce that the ONCA Green Curtain Award is back for another year at Brighton Fringe. It will go to the Fringe project that best manifests ONCA’s mission of supporting artists and audiences to engage with environmental and social challenges.

The winner will receive support in the form of mentoring, time in the gallery, Barge and/or workspaces, and space on our online platforms. Please email  performance dates and information with as much notice as possible if you would like to nominate a show for the award.

Previous Green Curtain  Award winners are Jamal Harewood’s The Privileged, Subira by Subira Joy, How Disabled Are You? by The Queer Historian and breathTAKING, curated by Jenni Lewin-Turner and featuring Judith Ricketts, Josef Cabey, River Sweeney and AFLO the Poet.

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Image credit: photo via Unsplash

Image description: photograph of bright green fabric with several folds. In the top right corner of the photograph light shines onto the fabric in a cropped circular shape, visible until half way down the fabric. The light causes shadows to form in the folds of the fabric making it appear like a close up of a large leaf basking in sunlight.


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Posted on April 6, 2022
Categories: Artist Development, O N C A Updates, Opportunities
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