MODIFYRE

THE CYBERPADDOCK

4-5 JULY 2020

AT MODIFYRE, WE BELIEVE THAT PARTICIPATION HELPS INDIVIDUALS
REALISE THEIR OWN POWER, AND IT’S KEY TO OUR EVENT.

 

IT IS THE FOCUS AROUND WHICH ALL FUNCTIONS
IN OUR COMMUNITY REVOLVE. AND IN 2020 IT'S THE SAME!

Image: Spygel

AS ALWAYS, ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO CREATE, FACILITATE AND PROPAGATE WORKS OF ART IN OUR COMMUNITY - THIS TIME VIA OUR CYBERPADDOCK!

This year, your challenge is to create interactive experiences that will inspire and engage your fellow citizens online. 

Whether it's a workshop, a strange piece of performance art via webcam, a game or chatroom poetry, we encourage you to think outside the box and continue to gift your creativity to each other!

You can sign up to facilitate or perform at our online venue, The Heart, or you can explore the paddock and gift one on one experiences to each other. 

Email art@modifyre.org to speak to our coordinators about your idea. 

Image: Megan Keene

 

THEME CAMPS

Anyone is welcome to create or join a Theme Camp. There is no idea too big, too small, or too far-fetched.

 

The ideal Theme Camp creates a visually stimulating presence, providing communal space and opportunities for unexpected interaction.

 

Examples for our digital space might include theatrical venues, kids camps, game spaces, chatrooms, discussion/workshop spaces, and sound camps. 

REGISTERING YOUR THEME CAMP IS ESSENTIAL SO THAT WE CAN HELP YOU BUILD IT ON OUR PLATFORM. 

Need assistance? Please message our Facebook Page or email chair@burn-arts.org 

 

Don't know what a Theme Camp is all about? Check out our 2019 Theme Camp Handbook to get a better idea of how we normally do it!  

Image: Spygel

 

BURN Arts, Inc and the Modifyre Community wish to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the Country
upon which Modifyre takes place, the Bigambul and Kambuwal Peoples.  

 

We also wish to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the Country upon which we live, learn and work, the Jagera and Turrbal Peoples.
We honour their Ancestors and pay our deepest respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.  

 

We extend that respect to all First Nations People, for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across the nation. We honour and respect their continued cultural and spiritual relationship
to their Traditional Lands, Seas and Waters and recognise their unique and valuable contribution to society.  

 

Sovereignty was never ceded.