A dusk to dark, Indigenous community-mobile-live-media-art event.
On warm evenings under a new moon participants ’creAct’ contemporary
ceremonies, courteous gestures honouring custodians, with leisurely walks
on Turrbal country, to re-imagine Brisbane city through Indigenous eyes.
Join us in ’re-dreeaming’ the land as we care for country, care for kin.
WATER CYCLE CEREMONY
Thursday 12th and Friday 13th November 5 – 9.00pm
Workshop: 5 – 7pm State Library Qld, Kuril Dhagun Talking Circle
Clay and Spiral – make personal items while media-art screenings relate the life giving water cycle.
CLAY WORKSHOP INFO
SPIRAL WORKSHOP INFO
Walk: 7 – 9pm Kuril Dhagun via Kurilpa Bridge, along North Quay
and down to Bicentennial River Walkway and return;
care for country care for kin with personal items,
media-art projections, performance and sound
featuring tracks from the RiverStory by Ross Watson.
Assemble for walk and light refreshments: 7pm exterior Talking Circle
WHAT YOU NEED: comfortable shoes, water, snacks,
charged mobile phone and ear phones.
(State Library Qld @ South Brisbane – pass entrance, walk toward GoMa, and turn right into back entrance to Kuril Dhagun Talking Circle)
food for thought:
falling in love again
TREAT YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO A VISUAL TREAT!!
GUERRILLA SCREEN – pop-up cinema, mobile short films
Saturday 27th February 2016, 6.45 – 8.30pm
Venue: Cultural Precinct, South Bank, South Brisbane, exterior The Edge.
ASSEMBLE: Melbourne Street entry, near the river, 6.45pm.
Event: Screening of International selection of Indigenous Shorts; share on country share with kin.
Proudly supported by
BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL