JUE | Music + Art started in 2009 and is an annual open-source music and arts festival in both Shanghai and Beijing, presented by Split Works. JUE is all about pushing artistic boundaries and celebrating the best of the local creative communities in these two great cities while inviting artists from around the world to share their talent in China.
JUE is a collaborative, open-source affair. We work with many individual event organizers in which they are entitled to set their own entrance fee and keep 100% of the profits. Split Works doesn’t take a cut, but works extremely hard to buzz these events through our media partners, online marketing, and street teams. In exchange, we ask that all official JUE event partners work to promote the festival according to our Partner Requirements.
JUE is growing tremendously year-on-year, but we always strive to maintain a strong sense of community, an intimate vibe, and a top-tier selectioof artists and events.
We welcome passionate souls and organizations of all stripes to get involved in making JUE 2012 the biggest and best JUE yet! Get in touch and let us know what you’ve got percolating for JUE 2012.
Deadline for Initial Inquiries: Monday, Dec. 5, 2011
Final Deadline for Event Submissions: Friday, Jan. 6, 2012
Beijing Submissions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shanghai Submissions: email@example.com
There are a variety of ways for you to get involved in JUE:
Artists, Performers, Curators: Perhaps you’ve already got an event planned for March 2012, and you’d like to use JUE as a platform to gain wider recognition. We want to hear from you!
Venue Managers: Let’s talk about how we can work together to programme events and drive traffic to your space over the course of JUE.
Embassies and Consulates: JUE is an ideal platform to shine a spotlight on your country’s culture. We have worked with artists from all over the globe, and would love to speak to you about how we can work together!
Brands, Funding Organisations, Patrons of the Arts: Contact us to find out more about how you can support China’s largest open-source cultural festival.