Audit the Festival

For the first time, we’re offering the option to audit all of the festival’s workshops and content onlineJoin us this summer, and you will:

  • Meet and interact with faculty, guest experts, and participants during each session and via our online community
  • Participate in all workshops in real time via video conferencing
  • Have access to videos of all 25+ sessions to re-watch at your own pace
  • Have access to workshop print materials and resources on your membership page

Auditing the festival in person is usually valued at $700 for two weeks.

This summer, we are offering full access at $350; that’s 50% off the normal rate. Full audit subscriptions will guarantee you a spot this summer, and you’ll have access to online resources and any new content we create for a full year.

We know that all artists have been hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic, so we’re also offering a limited number of Pay What You Can audit spots. Now, more than ever, our society needs artists, and our artists need support.  Contribute what you can, and you’ll have the opportunity to join us live for all workshops, and will have access to all online resources until July 1.

Use this form to let us know you’re interested in joining us, and we’ll send a registration link with a Pay What You Can option to all those we can invite by June 1. 

Make whatever investment you can, and let’s get started.

Register Now

  • Audit all workshops and content from the 2020 Fresh Inc Festival. Content is available for a full year after the festival.

FAQs

Auditors are invited to attend all workshops live, and interact with faculty/ask questions alongside participants. You’ll also have access to video recordings of all sessions and print resources in the Digital Edition portal.

Participants compose and perform music during the festival side-by-side with faculty, and receive 1:1 lessons and advising.

Don’t worry – all workshops will be recorded and available on the Digital Edition portal after they are complete.

Most workshops will take place June 8-21, but we are rolling out some content early this year to respond to artist needs during COVID-19, and to get an early start on this year’s projects. 

Our Digital Edition page contains some free resources, alongside a preview of the sessions in each content area. 

Check out this faculty spotlight video, as well as our composition faculty and guest speakers pages to learn more about our workshop leaders.

And visit our About page to learn more about what we care about, and what we’re accomplishing with our participants.

Contact us! We’re still building content for this year’s festival, and would love any ideas you’d like to bring our way.