Calling all future ancestors! Come and take the stage in a very special Voices of Colour, an open mic night, at World Science Festival Brisbane.
Using their art form, three featured artists will explore the effects of climate change on First Nations people. Local performers of colour are also invited to use their voice to delve into the concept of future ancestors and how we can create a world where identity and understanding come together in harmony.
Hosted by spoken word poet, playwright and author, Anisa Nandaula.
Registrations to perform open at 5:45pm on the night. Limited spots available.
What You Get
The Nucleus our brand new licensed bar will be open prior to and after each performance.
Check out our website to plan your night.
Arrive early as there is limited capacity and we don’t want you to be disappointed.
All gigs at The Nucleus are general admission and as such seats cannot be reserved.
Where is The Nucleus?
The Nucleus is located directly opposite the entrance to the Queensland Museum, Level 2, Corner of Grey and Melbourne Street, South Brisbane.
Are you old enough?
This is a licensed venue so bring along your ID to show at the entry and at the bar. Minors must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Can I buy food?
Yes! The Nucleus will be offering light food options and non-alcoholic beverages.
What if it’s raining?
The Nucleus is undercover but if in doubt check our website for any last minute changes.
To discuss your access requirements and to book any access services for performances, please call the World Science Festival Brisbane 07 3840 9103.
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