Digi Youth Arts Presents ‘All That Remains’ In Kangaroo Point As Part Of BCC’s Temporary Art Program 2018

The Brisbane City Council honours the creativity of the locals by holding various art programs and art festivals in the city. Last year, they announced the Temporary Art Program 2018, an artistic program that will transform the outdoor public spaces in the city through a series of temporary creative activations.

The program gathered the city’s artists and asked for proposals for public outdoor contemporary creative activations across the city’s local government area.

people+artist+place has been chosen to do eight outdoor contemporary creative activations from 1 February to 30 November 2018. They will be delivering the Co-MMotion program series that will take place in various locations in the city throughout the year.

Under the said series, the Digi Youth Arts (DYA) will present ‘All That Remains’ at the Captain Burke Park in Kangaroo Point starting from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the 20th of May.

The program will showcase the life of a young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island person living in the city through visual art projections, film, music, and storytelling.

DYA is a not-for-profit organisation that shares the stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.

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