Perth Fringe World has launched IsoFringe, a digital campaign sharing artist content with the 61,000 plus people following the Fringe World Facebook page.
Fringe World's talent has been enjoyed by thousands of fans since 2012. Through IsoFringe, these fans can show their support for their favourite artist.
"The main way we will be able to help artists is through presenting the 2021 Fringe World Festival, but in the meantime, we want to provide a digital platform for them," ARTRAGE CEO Sharon Burgess says.
Sharon says the campaign is intended to support Fringe World artists who are facing difficult and uncertain circumstances due to coronavirus.
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“Our hope is that by connecting artists with audiences online, this may lead to opportunities that will benefit artists, at a time when they need all the support they can get.”
A range of artists who have participated in previous Fringe Worlds will be shared on the Fringe World Facebook page during April and May.
You can follow IsoFringe on Facebook here.