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On warm moonlit evenings participants ’creAct’ contemporary Indigenous ceremonies 27/28 Oct, 5-9pm Outside SLQ Edge ow.ly/ZNu230fCNUh ...

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Leisurely walks on Turrbal country, join us to re-imagine Brisbane through Indigenous eyes. facebook.com/events/140197563232290 27 & 28 Oct 5pm SLQ Edge ...

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‘re-dreeaming’ the land as we care for country, care for kin. Colourise Festival Fri 27 & Sat 28 Oct, 5-9pm Outside the The Edge, SLQ ow.ly/ZHRi30fCN90 ...

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Colourise 2017: eARTh's End
Friday 27 AND Saturday 28 October
5 – 9pm, The Edge
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Colourise 2017: eARTh’S END

October 27, 2017, 5:00pm - October 28, 2017, 9:00pm

SOUTH BANK CULTURAL PRECINCT Outside The Edge, on the Upper River Terrace Friday 27 October AND Saturday 28 October 5.00 – 9.00pm eARTh’s END CEREMONY More info: colourise.com.au/events/2017-2/ A) Workshop: 5.00 – 7pm Secret Mobile-Phone Videos – you produce we assist. Theme: the environment – food, water, species, transport, energy, science, future, other (images from Nandeebie Exh Cleveland 2017 provided). Screening: hand held mobile projector on walk. While on the green, exterior “The Edge” Colourise media-art screenings and sound touch our senses of remembrance and survivance, strengthening Indigenous ethical sovereign resolve. South Bank Cultural Precinct, on the green, exterior “The Edge” Assemble for walk and light refreshments. FOOD FOR THOUGHT click here AND click here B) Walk: 7 – 9.00pm Cruise by the River on the board-walk, wonder across Victoria Bridge,dance over Brisbane Square, tread triumphantly down George Street with mobile media-art projections, to a finale at the Gardens. Care for country care for kin. Screening your secret mobile phone videos and event images and short films by Indigenous people. While walking and conversing, imagine the city through Indigenous eyes. You choose: return to South Brisbane via Good Will Bridge or George Street. WHAT YOU NEED: comfortable shoes, water, snacks. WEATHER PLAN: as this is an outdoor event we will reschedule if rain is expected. Proudly supported by BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL

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Join us Friday 27 October & Saturday 28 October

5 – 7pm - Secret Mobile-Phone Videos Workshop, you produce we assist, on the green, exterior “The Edge”, South Bank Cultural Precinct

7 – 9pm - River and City Walk: Screening your secret mobile phone videos, event images and short films by Indigenous people.

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Colourise 2017: eARTh’S END

October 27, 2017, 5:00pm - October 28, 2017, 9:00pm

SOUTH BANK CULTURAL PRECINCT Outside The Edge, on the Upper River Terrace Friday 27 October AND Saturday 28 October 5.00 – 9.00pm eARTh’s END CEREMONY More info: colourise.com.au/events/2017-2/ A) Workshop: 5.00 – 7pm Secret Mobile-Phone Videos – you produce we assist. Theme: the environment – food, water, species, transport, energy, science, future, other (images from Nandeebie Exh Cleveland 2017 provided). Screening: hand held mobile projector on walk. While on the green, exterior “The Edge” Colourise media-art screenings and sound touch our senses of remembrance and survivance, strengthening Indigenous ethical sovereign resolve. South Bank Cultural Precinct, on the green, exterior “The Edge” Assemble for walk and light refreshments. FOOD FOR THOUGHT click here AND click here B) Walk: 7 – 9.00pm Cruise by the River on the board-walk, wonder across Victoria Bridge,dance over Brisbane Square, tread triumphantly down George Street with mobile media-art projections, to a finale at the Gardens. Care for country care for kin. Screening your secret mobile phone videos and event images and short films by Indigenous people. While walking and conversing, imagine the city through Indigenous eyes. You choose: return to South Brisbane via Good Will Bridge or George Street. WHAT YOU NEED: comfortable shoes, water, snacks. WEATHER PLAN: as this is an outdoor event we will reschedule if rain is expected. Proudly supported by BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL

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