A time to bridge the generational gap

Alena Murang / Kanid Studio

For myself as an artist and I know for other cultural heritage artists, such as my teacher and some elders, we had several overseas shows cancelled.
For us, international shows are one way of keeping our heritage alive, and also showing the younger generation that our cultural heritage has relevance.
My band and I have been doing live shows on Facebook and Instagram - “Sape’ sound baths ” - as our music is used for healing. We are also currently planning to produce a music video for harvest festival (1 June) which has been “Cancelled”. The video will feature about nine endangered / threaded Dayak languages.

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