Kaurna, Narungga and Ngarrindjeri performer and choreographer Taree Sansbury returns home with her first full length dance work mi:wi.
Referring to the invisible ties we have to our past and future, people and land, mi:wi draws on contemporary Indigenous dance techniques and the Ngarrindjeri cultural practice of weaving. This arresting dance work evokes the impact of climate change on coastal communities and the importance of the passing on culture to future generations.
With one eye on the future and the other on the past, mi:wi sees three First Nations women intertwine their connection to country, ancestry, each other and their future in one powerful performance.
Choreographer: Taree Sansbury;
Composer and sound design: Alyx Dennison; Lighting designer/ Stage manager: Cheryn Frost; Costume designer: Peta Strachan; Ngarrindjeri consultant: Phyllis Williams; Performers: Katina Olsen, Caleena Sansbury and Taree Sansbury.
mi:wi was originally supported by Next Wave in 2018.
Limited Nunga Tickets available — $15 Adults $10 Children
Available for purchase from the Murray Bridge Regional Gallery (not available online)
Find out more about Nunga Tickets here.
Indigenous contemporary dancer Taree Sansbury will lead you to an understanding of your own physical, spiritual and emotional connection to the earth in this interactive workshop before she heads onstage to perform her own work mi:wi.
Jump, dance, run and have fun while you learn more about the Indigenous connection to the land. Taree’s unique movement dance vocabulary invites you to draw energy from the world around you whilst being highly physical.
This workshop is for 16-24 year olds and is a FREE event.
Tuesday 9 July
Murray Bridge Town Hall
10am – 12pm
Limited places – book now [email protected] or 0484 106 216BOOK NOW
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