Unbroken Land 2020: Stories of connection to nature, place and belonging.

The first instalment of Unbroken Land 2020 - Water features First Nations Disabled Artists and Lizzie Trew.

Tiffany and Lizzie want the audience to experience how vital both fire and water are to them, their ancestors and their culture. Portraying this through the mediums of dance, film and music enables their thoughts, ideas and visions to be understood and heard.

Access and inclusion remain at the very heart of the virtual Unbroken Land, with closed captioning and audio description access available.

Episode One - Water (Closed Captioning Available)

Episode One - Water (Audio Described)

Water is everywhere

Water is powerful, fragile and precious

Water is life

From the mythical to the mundane

From ritual to resource, water connects us all

We all have water stories to share

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Program and Opportunity Access

A creative enabler is provided.
Support workers are welcome.

Event Access

Online screen content with closed captioning and audio described versions available.

Event type

feature Deaf and/or disabled artists

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