The Future of Fusebox
Why we’re shifting to a new ticketing model this year.Read more here
A limited number of Festival Passes go on sale March 14th & Individual Tickets go on sale March 28th.
The festival features all kinds of artists working across a variety of forms including film, theater, dance, visual art, literature, and music. But at the center of it all is the live event. We continue to believe in the possibilities of live performance (and those things that can only happen when we gather and use our imaginations together).
We are especially grateful for all of our artists, community partners, and supporters who have infused this year’s festival with an unsinkable generosity and collaborative spirit.
This year we are working with three guest curators on a series of unique projects: Michael Anthony Garcia, Jeff Khan, and Jeannelle Ramirez. Scroll down to read more about them.
The Fusebox HUB is roving around this year! The social heart of our festival, Fusebox will take over Hotel Vegas, Ani’s Day and Night, and Canopy Austin with a pop-up mix of music, performances, art, and libations.HUB 2023
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— The Austin Chronicle
Dorian Wood is back for more Fuseboxing!!
Jeannelle Ramírez is curator, festival producer, multimedia artist, writer, and researcher based in Austin. She is the founder and director of Future Traditions Fest, a platform for innovative Latinx…
Jeff Khan is a writer and curator based on Gadigal country in Sydney, Australia. Currently the Creative Director of Asia TOPA: Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts, at Arts Centre Melbourne and formerly…
Multidisciplinary artist & independent curator Michael Anthony García, claiming both Mexican and US citizenship, is based in Austin, Texas, and predominantly focuses his practice around photography/…
Each show is pretty unique! We present all kinds of artists working across a variety of art forms including film, theater, dance, visual art, literature, and music. In any given festival there is stuff that kids and dogs would like, and there’s programming that’s pretty challenging, and everything in between. We do have a special love for projects that transcend what we think we know about live performance. And sometimes we just want to share a project because it’s beautiful, or hilarious, or stops us in our tracks.More info here!
Fusebox respectfully acknowledges that Austin is on the traditional homelands of the Lipan Apache, Comanche, Tonkawa, Coahuiltecan, Jumano, and many other Indigenous peoples both recorded and unrecorded.
As we gather in our theaters, galleries, and venues throughout the festival, we wish to honor and celebrate the Indigenous Peoples that have resided, thrived, and taken care of the land here, now and before us, and pay our respects to elders past and present.
To learn more about land acknowledgments visit usdac.us.
Fusebox is cooking up all sorts of creative ways to stay engaged with our community. Connect with innovative artists while playing a vital role in supporting Fusebox.Join now
Your support helps bring some of the world’s leading performing artists to our community, while also championing some of the brightest artists living in Austin. Through our Free Range Art initiative all festival performances are free to attend. rnDonate now
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