The second episode is called “Fire” and features artist Lizzie Trew. Closed caption and audio described versions available.
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As part of the Unbroken Land 2020 program, the Connect2Culture films show the importance of water and fire in the desert. First Nations Disabled artists Tiffany Malthouse and Lizzie Trew want the audience to experience how vital both fire and water are to them, their ancestors and their culture. Portraying this through the mediums of dance, film and music enables their thoughts, ideas and visions to be understood and heard.
Incite Arts’ Connect2Culture is a professional development, mentoring and performance creation program for Tiffany Malthouse and Lizzie Trew. Connect2Culture explores dance, movement, language, song, art, cultural knowledge, stories, families and connections. The program is based on goals and ideas that both women have, in terms of art, dance, culture and employment.
The program is designed to support Tiffany and Lizzie as emerging artists, enabling them to grow in their knowledge and understanding, delve into new collaborative processes and discuss their aspirations. They have been encouraged to explore their creative potential and build pathways towards professional practice.
Image Description: A young woman is in the desert with red sand, trees and ranges in the background. Her right hand is gesturing forwards with flames flickering in the foreground.