Join us as we reach for the stars with an immense story of climate action and hope.
Everybody aged 14 years and upwards is invited to dance in this project. No dance experience necessary. First Nations people are especially encouraged to attend.
Created by Annette Carmichael Projects, The Stars Descend, is a vast trail of dance performances about climate action and hope that unfolds over five regional locations.
The project is inspired and informed by consultation with First Nations Elders, scientists and ecological groups. It is co-created by some of Western Australia’s most impactful artists and will be performed by local people who care about the incredible ecology of their community.
Performances take place in spectacular outdoor settings and celebrate the rich biodiversity and ongoing restoration of a 1000km wildlife pathway, supported by the environmental program called Gondwana Link.
In Wooditjup (Margaret River), Northcliffe, Twin Creeks/Porongurup, Fitzgerald and Garlgula/Karlkurla (Kalgoorlie), dedicated teams of professional artists are working together with community, to produce stunning performance that will immerse audiences in the natural beauty of Western Australia’s landscapes. The Stars Descend performances unfold from 17 March – 1 April 2023.
Find out more at www.distributed15.com.au
Your Local Producer
Michelle Wright, [email protected], 0422 864 262
For full information and the rehearsal schedule, please download the attachment.
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