Event may not be suitable for patrons with mobility requirements. Patrons are required to walk through the city. Patrons are advised to wear appropriate walking shoes.
Walk will commence on time, patron may miss group if late.
Nightwalks with Teenagers is a walking performance created with local young people who plan, design and lead the walks through the city at night. Rediscover everyday streets, transformed into a rich tapestry of secrets to uncover, and see the world anew, through the eyes of these young people. They will challenge stigma and negative perceptions of young people in public space.
The project focuses on connecting young people and the community, to walk together and engage in a unique social experience in a shared place and time, where everyone can let loose, and silences often offer moments for contemplation.
Experience the true power of community, and be forever changed in this utterly captivating movement.
The extraordinary story of Torres Strait Island men and women who worked on the Mount Newman railway construction project.
A high energy work that gives today’s young Murri men a voice, one that challenges the narrative around Aboriginal masculinity.