SWELL SCULPTURE FESTIVAL | LIVING SCULPTURES; HOW THE BIRDS GOT THIER COLOURS | CURRUMBIN BEACH | FREE

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Living Sculptures: how the birds got their colours at SWELL Sculpture Festival

Living Sculptures: How the birds got their colours, is a stunning and dynamic, Indigenous-led, site-specific contemporary performance piece fusing traditional First Nations dance and storytelling, contemporary circus, and sculpture, performed on the beach alongside the static sculptures of SWELL Sculpture Festival 2022.

World-class acrobats will hit the stage (the beach) to bring you an authentic First Nations story of the Gold Coast region, narrated by Luther Cora, directed by Robbie Curtis performed by an amazing cast of Gold Coast performers, Living Sculptures will delight you, and inspire connection to place and community.

Performances are FREE for you to enjoy, set with the City of Gold Coast as the backdrop on the sands of Currumbin Alley. The show will premiere at SWELL 2022. 

Artistic Director | Robbie Curtis Narrator | Luther Cora Assistant Director | Lizzie Mc Rae Dancers | Tayvonne Cora, Joshua Yowyeh Circus Artists | Ela Bartilomo, T’la Morrow, Sam Ellis Cecliai Martin Costumes | Maria Mc Rae 

Where | Currumbin Beach, Currumbin Alley, Pacific Parade, Currumbin, QLD, 4223. (on the beach where Currumbin Creek meets the ocean)

When | Saturday 10th, Sunday 11th, Saturday 17th, and Sunday 18th September

Time | 5:00pm – 5:30pm

Cost | FREE *no bookings required

Queensland-Government

Living Sculptures; how the birds got their colours is proudly supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland’s Independent Creation Fund (ICF)

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