100 Drayton St Brompton
Join us for the special ADELAIDE SCREENING
‘Where words fail music speaks’
A brilliant new Australian music documentary showing the power of music to build bridges and give people a voice.
FRIDAY 25 June @7.00pm
Welcome Centre 100 Drayton St, Brompton
Film Screening followed by Q & A with filmmakers John & Lizzie Swatland
Live Music by NAVA Persian Music group (@ 7.00pm)
Entry Fee includes snacks and welcome drink
When Australian musicians go into a Brisbane detention centre to share music, they meet two Iranian musicians, Mas and Saha, who sing on their next album. Missy Higgins, John Butler, Archie Roach, Dan Sultan, Harry James Angus, Robbie James (GANGgajang), Michael Franti and others talk about the power of music, its ability to break through barriers, unite people and create shared experiences. What does the music we produce, sing and listen to tell us about ourselves, our country and life experience? Academics, psychologists and refugee specialists talk about the role artistic expression plays in building personal and national identity, and the healing power of creative expression and shared stories.
Enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org 0411 712 930 or email@example.com 0418839264
Welcome Centre SA, Australian Migrant Resource Centre & Justice For Refugees
as part of 2021 SA Refugee Week