A free outdoor community event celebrating community and Country is heading to Maclean and Lismore this November.
Northern Rivers Performing Arts (NORPA) will present Flow at Maclean Showground from November 16-17 and The Quad, Lismore on November 23, 24 and 25.
Told under the stars through a combination of dance, poetry, video projection and rap, Flow is a yarn about Yaegl country, inspired by the first native title claim on a body of water - the Clarence River.
Yaegl Bundjalung performer Mitch King will be joined on stage by sound artist Blake Rhodes for the show.
The performance will explore living traditions from local ancestral lands and the cultural significance of the region's waters.
Performances will take place nightly from 7pm, and people are invited to bring a picnic, or pick up some food from a local vendor. The event is all ages and free, but bookings are required.
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