Worn Art Revamped - Te Kore 2020

Te Kore - A World Beyond - Nov 2020 was Theatre Kimberley's 18th Worn Art Revamped production. It was written and directed by award winning designer and Broome local, Lesley Marsh.

2 sell out shows at the Broome Civic Centre featured a stunning collection of wearable art-works created by local Kimberley designers and award winning Perth entrants.

Te Kore – A World Beyond presented different cultural interpretations of how the physical world began and the enormous changes on earth that followed. Various Oceanic cultures - Aboriginal Australian, Maori, Philipino, Samoan and Japanese share elemental stories in a spectacular journey of the life of a planet so far.

Te Kore – A World Beyond showcased the incredible diversity of talent that the Kimberley region is renowned for. Partners for the multi-arts project include: Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School; Broome Performing Arts Co-Op; the Dinosaur Coast Management Group, WASAMBA, Theatre Kimberley’s Act-Belong-Commit Sandfly Circus, Big MAMA Productions, the Broome Library.

This project was assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body. Other supporters included Regional Arts WA, the WA Department of Culture and the Arts, the Tate Family Foundation, CENTURION, and Goolarri Media. Yiramalay/Wesley Studio school involvement was made possible by Theatre Kimberley’s Act-Belong-Commit Dragonfly Outreach Program.

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