is a one-woman play written for Aussie icon and award-winning actor Noni Hazlehurst, by Daniel Keene and directed by his long-time collaborator Matt Scholten. is at Centre of Contemporary Arts Cairns for two performances on one day only, October 29. Join Aussie icon Noni Hazlehurst and Director Matt Scholten for an exclusive Q&A after the evening performance. Visit ticketing.ticketlink.com.au Catherine Hunter is a skilled silversmith who uses a variety of techniques and materials to contemplate and question local and global environmental phenomena. All that Remains draws the viewer into a miniature, highly detailed and fragile world. Working predominately with sterling silver, accented with gold, copper and aluminium, Hunter pairs precious metal forms with deliberately selected familiar household materials to examine human impact on the ecology of local wetlands, mangroves and reefs. The experience of migration is explored in Heather Tanner’s latest exhibition Migrancy and Yearning for Home. A current James Cook University PhD candidate, Tanner’s work seeks to unveil the complexity of migration through objects and imagery that metaphorically unpack the emotional and physical isolation of the experience.