The Indigenous Campfire extends a warm welcome from the traditional owners of this land and will be the centre of storytelling, learning and sharing over the winter season.
Leempeeyt Weeyn’ will burn continously from 5 to 20 August, offering a space out of time in the heart of the city. The fire is a symbol of resistance and a place for coming together, artistically and spiritually.
Join us by the warmth of the Campfire on selected evenings in August for a variety of kids activities, workshops, live music and spoken word performances.
Saturday 5 August | CREATION | 4pm to 5pm
Sermsah Bin Saad – dance performance and blessing of the fire
Robert Bundle – music performance
Brett Lee – music performance
Tuesday 8 August + Tuesday 15 August | 7:30am
Thursday 10 August + Thursday 17 August | 8am
Friday 11 August + Friday 18 August | 8am
Saturday 19 August | CONNECT | 4pm to 6pm
Maylene Slater-Burns – music performance
Crystal Clyne – music performance
Isabelle Thomson – music performance
Shauntai Batzke – opera performance
Sunday 20 August | BLESSING | 4pm to 5pm
Deborah Cheetham AO – headline opera performance
Kalinda Palmer – poetry
Kat Clarke – poetry
Louis Mokak – poetry
Neil Morris – poetry, dance performance and blessing of the smoke