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The Western Australian Museum celebrates Indigenous culture throughout March. Ialaru: A Celebration Exhibition explores the story of Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company with free film screenings and perfomances. Kep Kaatijin returns for 2014, sharing traditional and contemporary Noongar myths and legends in free storytelling sessions throughout the month.
The Maritime Museum sees the opening of Inside: Life in Childrens Homes and Institutions, a moving insight into the experiences of people who grew up in Children's Homes, orphanages and other 'care' institutions in Australia in the 20th century.
Tuesday Curatorials kick off again in Albany on 4 March, inviting visitors to attend short talks and discussions about all different aspects of life in the regional city, while Australian military exhibition Debt of Honour continues at the museum.
In Geraldton, visitors are invited to hear the latest findings of the Gnarloo Turtle Conservation Program in a public lecture on 19 March.
On 12 March, former federal politician Stephen Smith discuss the future of Australian infrastructure in The State of Nation Building: The Future for Infrastructure at Kalgoorlie-Boulder.