Re-Vision Performing Arts Festival was founded in 2018 by visual artists Chloe Austin and Jennifer Alexander, both currently based in Northern Ireland. Re-Vision Festival is driven by an artist-led team that work to promote social inclusion, diversity and equality throughout diverse performing arts. This festival emerges from societal concerns involving LGBTQIA+ issues in Northern Ireland.
The aim of this festival is to create various platforms inside and outside of artistic environments for artists who embrace performative qualities within their work. Re-Vision aims to interrogate inequality, fight for empowerment and address issues relating to identity and social inclusion. Through supporting emerging artists, our goal is to create an open space for experimentation that inspires engagement and action.
Re-Vision provides opportunities to artists and creatives that wish to increase visibility, promote diversity and celebrate their identities. We offer support to artists that want to have their voices heard and listened to, showcasing emerging artists on the island of Ireland and the UK with a special focus on the LGBTQIA+ community. Through diverse performative arts, Re-Vision promotes creative minds to come together and share their talent in partnership with established venues throughout Belfast City Centre.
Since 2018, Re-Vision has worked with various artistic organisations, galleries and charities in Belfast City Centre including Accidental Theatre, Golden Thread Gallery, Fenderesky Gallery, The Black Box, Ulster Sports Club and Catalyst Arts.
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