Immerse yourself in site specific projections, live performance and Australian indigenous culinary delights while educating yourself about this land and its first people.
All are invited to attend this event and be a part of a community who embrace Aboriginal ways of being. Join the quest for a more in-depth understanding of our relationship with the land and how we can practice this knowledge immediately.
The award-winning Wrong Side of the Road (1981), the first ever Australian feature film to star an all-Indigenous cast will be screened during the evening. The plot (co-written by the cast who were actual members of the bands) follows two days in the lives of Aboriginal bands Us Mob and No Fixed Address as the trek from Port Adelaide to Point Pearce, South Australia. This uncompromising film and its empowering music are as fresh today as it was 35 years ago.
"Possesses a rough-edged power and no-holds-barred narrative that combines to make the movie compelling viewing" Rolling Stone
Profits from ticket sales will be shared between the creators, artists and deadly organisations such as Purple House.
Tickets are now on sale and priced $50 Early Bird ($30 Concession) and include entry to the Performance, Art Exhibition, Film Screening, Talk / Q& A and Projection plus food and a take home special Indigenous plant gift to enjoy.
Please note this event is all age inclusive in principle, however, the first feature film is M15 due to course language.
Tickets are now on sale and priced $50 Early Bird ($30 Concession). Don't miss out on this opportunity to sample a taste of local knowledge that will leave you hungry for more.
BYO favourite drink for the screening and a vessel to drink from.
Tickets are now on sale and early bookings are encouraged:, please click here to make a booking.
For more information on this event series, please visit www.putyourheartintoit.com.au