Cube 37 comes alive next month with the Aboriginal Connections Festival for children aged 4 to 12. The festival will feature an interactive show where state-of-the-art technology crosses paths with the world’s oldest civilisation.
Saltbush is an exquisite journey through the culture and landscape of Aboriginal Australia, celebrated through live dance, music, song and stories. Saltbush centres on the journey of two friends from different Aboriginal backgrounds as they cross Australia on foot. Their journey sees them travel across diverse Australian landscapes – river country, urban landscapes, the desert and the sea – all the while discovering the land and better understanding and acknowledging our own challenges and personal journey.
Children are invited to explore, play and dance with the performers as the landscape unfolds around them, providing a unique immersive experience where the audience becomes part of this visually beautiful journey.
Before or after seeing Saltbush, attend the interactive workshops and art demonstrations associated with Aboriginal connections to the land. They are free for everyone and will be available throughout the day. No bookings are required.
Saltbush will be performed on Saturday, August 26, at 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Tickets are $22 each or $80 for a family of four.
FRANKSTON ARTS CENTRE
A: 27-37 Davey St, Frankston
T: 9784 1060