Also on Sunday are Carols at Yorkeys Knob in Old School Park, Yorkeys Community Centre Parklands, Wattle St. Bring family, friends, neighbours and a picnic. There will be bands, soloists, choirs and dancers, face painting as well as food, coffee, ice-cream and more for purchase. There will even be a visit from Santa with goodies for the kids. A donation tin will be passed around with proceeds to Yorkeys Knob SES and others. This event is from 5-8.30pm. H ll Robyn Glade-Wright’s artistic practice revolves around concerns for the environment and the manner in which works of art serve to illuminate aspects of lived experiences. Degradation of habitats, changes in land use, climate and the loss of species due to extinction are recurrent issues in Glade-Wright’s practice. She is recognised for working with found objects and natural materials and re-contextualising them. The exhibition of the 2015 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize winner and finalists includes portraits by Del Kathryn Barton (right), Wendy Sharpe, Warren Crossett, Stewart MacFarlane, Lewis Miller and Cairns-based artist, Andrew Bonneau. James Cook University’s Creative Arts and Media students showcase their creative talents through this James Cook University graduate exhibition Vision.