London Art Festival GFEST Signs Media Partnership


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Beige, the provocative cultural quarterly, has agreed to be one of the media partners for GFEST – Gaywise FESTival 2012.

GFEST – Gaywise FESTival is an annual event in November and is recognised as London’s LGBTQI cross-art festival for all.  GFEST 2012 call for entries in film, visual arts and performances is announced on the festival website:  http://gaywisefestival.org.uk/   GFEST is organised by arts charity Wise Thoughts.

GFEST artistic director Niranjan Kamatkar said, “We are pleased with the possibilities of working jointly on GFEST 2012 promotions. I am particularly pleased that this offers a number of opportunities not only to artists, art work featured in GFEST this year but a number of LGBTQI practitioners over the next few months.”

Barry Johnston, co-editor of Beige said, “Media Partnerships are as integral to Beige as they are to the event to which our publication partners. We firmly believe in the vision and support the concept of GFEST and are proud to be an associated media partner for the 2012 festival of events. Not only will this give us exposure through GFEST’s advertising campaigns and portals, but in turn it allows us to showcase and promote the ideology of what GFEST represents, which in essence is what we aim to convey through Beige. “

Beige endeavours to feature (print and online) not only established artists but also those who are up and coming. More on Beige: www.beigeuk.com

 

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