Photos by Charles Zuber
The Yulu Burri Ba Dancers shared their traditional stories and dance with the Lines community to officially close Lines in the Sand 2013.
Here is their Dreaming Statement: “Through connecting up for the land and culture, we play an active role in organising gatherings to encourage greater community involvement, passing on traditional song, dance, stories and providing the time and place to connect back with nature once more. We believe in being consciously responsible and aim for the concept of “thriving” in our lifetime… Our culture is a huge gift to us all, one we look forward to sharing with the world.”
This year’s festival has been a wonderful experience for all of us. In the coming days, I’ll be posting some additional interviews and thoughts.
Thanks to everyone who created such a joyous, meaningful festival. Wonderful memories to last forever.