Mindfully Walking on Country - Exhibition

Mindfully Walking on CountryFirst Nations Peoples connection to Country is as important today as it has been for millennia. In this exhibition, artists have been invited to interpret walking mindfully on Country. Traditionally, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have developed practices over millennia, which encompass a deep connection to Country. After 200 years of colonisation, these cultural practices are still equally important to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today; and as human beings, we feel a void in our hearts when we lack this meaningful relationship with Country. Developing a meaningful relationship with Country is for everyone. We can all acknowledge that we are living on traditional homelands, at the same time as respectfully and lovingly developing practices to create a meaningful relationship with Country. With this idea in mind, invited artists create works using a mindfulness practice; as one small way to create a meaningful relationship with the earth we stand on.

When: 2 February - 16 March 2019
Where: Sauerbier House, 21 Wearing St, Port Noarlunga

 

Port Noarlunga Fringe Festival 2019

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