In this 75th anniversary of the bombing of Darwin, JUTE Theatre Company and Corrugated Iron Youth Arts present
a play that takes an unusual, female perspective to relive an important yet little-known time in Australia’s history during World War II. The play features a cast of five, two of whom hail from Cairns. The show opens tonight and runs until April 8. Visit jute.com.au Walking is a quintessential part of human life. But this act can be more than simply a way to travel from A to B. Wayfaring explores the practice of mindful walking as a way to connect to natural surrounds. The multisensory nature of walking offers unique corporeal and cognitive discoveries, while providing an inspiring route to a richer understanding of the surrounding environment. This exhibition showcases a broad range of works by 23 contemporary Australian artists, designers and architects, who utilise the medium of glass in their work. Co-curated by Brian Parkes and Margaret Hancock Davis from the JamFactory in Adelaide, the exhibition explores products, projects and works of art that reflect many of the current preoccupations with glass within contemporary art, design and architecture. Inspired by her sense of place and the essence of that which can be called home, Sutton bids farewell to her beloved surrounds of 17 years in her first solo exhibition.