Concert or Performance

5 Feb 2020 to 8 Feb 2020

As Mother Nature’s fate hangs by a thread, we find ourselves scrambling for a lifeline. Though sometimes tangled, does the connection to our ancestry reveal a way forward?

mi:wi (pronunciation: mee-wee) refers to the invisible ties we have to our past and future, people and country. In this dance theatre work, choreographer and performer Taree Sansbury thoughtfully re-connects three Indigenous women through the practice of Ngarrindjeri weaving.

Looking back and moving forward with growing sense of urgency, mi:wi speaks to the impacts of climate change while emphasising future lineages’ passage in continuing cultural knowledge. With one eye on the future and the other on the past, Sansbury interweaves time and bodies in an attempt to reveal the messenger bird’s warning cry in the present.


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Event Times

5 Feb 2020 to 8 Feb 2020

Once Only Event


Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

Grey Street and Melbourne Street, South Brisbane, 4101

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Stamford Plaza Brisbane

Stamford Plaza Brisbane


King bed or Double Double bed

Brisbane Marriott Hotel


Multi-share room

Brisbane City YHA


Novotel Brisbane Airport

Novotel Brisbane Airport

Hendra, Brisbane

Brisbane Riverview Hotel at night

Brisbane Riverview Hotel

Hamilton, Brisbane

Pool area

Brisbane Backpackers Resort

West End, Brisbane

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