The Key of Sea is based on a single premise, that Australia is a great country for its cultural diversity. Often the extraordinary success of Australian society is overshadowed by people who want to upset and discourage the diversity we all enjoy. They seek to make race and heritage a wedge with which to drive communities apart. The Key of Sea is a direct, profound and, most importantly, positive response to those people. This project is a reminder that, with a little work and an open heart, Australians of all races and creeds can create beautiful and lasting things together, celebrating our shared humanity.
All profits from the Key of Sea projects go to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, Human Rights Arts and Film Festival and Sudanese Australian Integrated Learning (SAIL).