MULTIMEDIA THEATRE After their well-received political satire West Kowloon Side Story, local experimental collective Zuni Icosahedron will stage multimedia music theatre Corbu. Directed by Mathias Woo Yan-wai, the performance is a tribute to pioneering French architect Le Corbusier (1887-1965). It combines live music, digital arts and installation. Video artists pReview from Berlin, John Wong from Hong Kong and guest performer Chen Li-hua from Taiwan will display their works. The performance will take place from Friday to Sunday, at 8pm, with weekend matinees at 3pm, in the Sheung Wan Civic Centre's theatre. Tickets priced at $180 and $100 (half-price for students) are available from Urbtix on 2734 9009. ENVIRONMENTALLY-FRIENDLY ART In celebration of World Environment Day 2005 on Sunday, environmentally friendly artworks by students of the Canadian International School will be on display from tomorrow until June 15 at IFC Mall 2. The students attended a one-day workshop led by Italian artist Roberto Cipollone yesterday. Participants learnt to use recyclable materials such as paper, steel, plastic and aluminium, to create artworks. Works include sculptures, paintings and etchings. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the exhibition.