Future Ancestors

Brisbane Festival and Metro Arts present

Future Ancestors

Sun 6 Sept

This moving spoken word piece forges a future of solidarity for all Indigenous people

Voices of Colour/Digi Youth Arts/Conscious Mic
Future Ancestors depicts the journeys of three spoken word artists.

Traversing the multitude of intricacies and intersectional complexities within Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, Pasifika and Indian communities, this moving spoken word piece forges a future of solidarity for all Indigenous people.

Ethan Enoch-Barlow, Meleika Gesa-Fatafehi and Naavikaran present this original short-form performance work, creating a space where all voices can be heard.

This is part of The Artists Speak @ Housewarming at Metro Arts.


Price

Free

Where

Metro Arts
West Village
111 Boundary St, West End QLD 4101

Accessibility

Wheelchair access

Important Info

Suitable for ages 12 & over

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#Artist

Anisa Nandaula

Anisa Nandaula

Anisa Nandaula is the co-founder of Voices of Colour, an arts collective for migrant, refugee and First Nations artists to share their work


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Where

Metro Arts
West Village
111 Boundary St, West End QLD 4101


Future Ancestors

Sun 6 Sept

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