Unbroken Land is an Incite Arts branded framework; a performative community arts event that provides a platform for collective community storytelling.
Unbroken Land is about bringing people together through community arts practice to experience diverse stories of belonging, celebrations of culture and our place in the landscape.
Unbroken Land asks the questions: What ‘dreaming’ are we creating today? What will those that follow in our footsteps inherit from us? Unbroken Land creates art that is about a world we want to live in and not the one currently shown in much of popular culture.
Unbroken Land allows us to tell our own stories to redefine who we are as individuals and as a community, who we want to be and how we want to be seen; and so, create the world we want to be a part of!
In 2020 Incite Arts’ re-visioning of Unbroken Land saw the event and community participation program presented virtually.
Incite produced twenty-one water-themed short films, released online, offering the unique opportunity to showcase the talents of our Central Australian community on more far-reaching online platforms, and to far greater audiences than the original planned live event.
Access and inclusion remain at the very heart of the virtual Unbroken Land, with closed captioning and audio description access features.
Water is everywhere
Water is powerful, fragile and precious
Water is life
From the mythical to the mundane
From ritual to resource, water connects us all
We all have water stories to share