Interview

Striving For Cleaner Waterways on Breakfasters

‘What we’re seeing going on with the Murray-Darling, it’s coming to affect the cities as well. We want to start talking about that and creating art and discourse before it gets here.’ Wominjeka Festival celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island art and cultures that are present in the Western suburbs, with a focus on how we and governments can make our rivers healthy again. Aboriginal cultural leader and storyteller Uncle Larry Walsh and senior Koorie programs officer Isobel Morphy-Walsh join Breakfasters to chat about all the incredible exhibitions, music performances and storytelling happening at the Footscray Community Arts Centre on Saturday 6 April.

Breakfasters with Uncle Larry Walsh and Isobel Morphy-Walsh
Listen to Striving For Cleaner Waterways on Breakfasters14:571 April 2019