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Melbourne Fringe democratises the arts. Our vision is cultural democracy – empowering anyone to realise their right to creative expression. We support the development and presentation of artworks by, with and for Melbourne’s citizens, running the annual Melbourne Fringe Festival, the year-round venue Common Rooms at Trades Hall, and a range of arts sector leadership programs. We believe that access to the arts and creative expression are fundamental rights of our humanity and vital to a creative, cohesive, optimistic and empathetic society.
Melbourne Fringe is the place to go for pure, unadulterated, un-curated and unexpected artistic discovery. We help artists develop and provide a platform for a vast, diverse range of voices, in celebration of the idea that when we come together, we create a safe space for risk taking. We find ideas from the margins and shout them to the world. We’re here to challenge perceptions and shake up the hierarchy, to be brave and unafraid, to explore the boundaries of art and to change the way you see the world.
![400 x 300 Club, Fringe Common Rooms. Photo by Nicholas Robertson
Image Description: Five performers in lavish stage costumes with Zebra print and large red satin frills. Four are standing in various poses, the fifth is in front doing the splits. All are fiercely looking at the camera. ](https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/682385a5-0b06-4354-b8b2-4bca6cd8c3a0/Rego_Info_400_x_300_Club_Trish_Fringe_Common_Rooms_2021_Photo_by_Nicholas_Robertson.png)
400 x 300 Club, Fringe Common Rooms. Photo by Nicholas Robertson
Image Description: Five performers in lavish stage costumes with Zebra print and large red satin frills. Four are standing in various poses, the fifth is in front doing the splits. All are fiercely looking at the camera.