About Manguri Wiltja
Western Australia’s world-renowned Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Melbourne-based children’s theatre company Polyglot Theatre, and Western Australian cultural organisation FORM are coming together to create Manguri Wiltja, a body of new interactive work celebrating life in remote Aboriginal communities with young audiences around the country. A unique, cross-artform collaboration, Manguri Wiltja is a performative and interactive installation for children and families which will allow each of the organisations to explore new creative ground. The collaboration aims to share aspects of Aboriginal arts and culture with children in both metropolitan and remote communities across Australia. The work will premiere in 2019 with a national tour to follow to both major cities and regional and remote communities.