Sally Pryor When Sir David Attenborough first saw the paintings of birds of paradise he immediately asked to meet their creator.
Sally Pryor It is a shadow that still looms 100 years later, as Australia gears up to mark the Anzac centenary next year.
Sally Pryor Imagine you're new to Canberra, and you visit Gorman House for the first time.
Sally Pryor Daniel Ballantyne may have taken the scenic route when it comes to his latest job, but in many ways his new role was written in the stars.
Sally Pryor If you sleep in, you can still see the sunrise.
Natasha Rudra and Sally Pryor Russell Crowe stood before Canberrans and declared himself a ‘‘map geek’’ on Wednesday night.
Sally Pryor There are many ways to express what is sacred when you're an artist.
Sally Pryor A lot can change when you've been out of action for a year.
Sally Pryor There's a lot of architecture to be crammed into 100 years.
Sally Pryor After 14 works of fiction, writer Frank Moorhouse is used to people identifying with his characters.
Sally Pryor Capital Life with Sally Pryor
Sally Pryor The Canberra International Music Festival, which turns 20 next year, will have a new director from 2015.
Sally Pryor At first glance, it could be a classic family portrait, three brothers gathered behind their little sister seated at the front.
Sally Pryor Since when has a princess not taken pride of place in a fairytale?
Sally Pryor Is there any end to the enigma of the Griffins? Not in this centenary year there isn't.
Sally Pryor Arts Editor Amid all the debate surrounding the Skywhale, perhaps it's time to reflect on an alternative reality.
Sally Pryor Like many songwriters in the folk tradition, the National Folk Festival has seen some troubles. But things are looking up this year, with a successful 2013 festival and the appointment of a new...
Sally Pryor A former National Gallery director has teamed up with an artist to highlight some of Canberra's most prized collections.
Sally Pryor A political memoir, a cookbook and an edgy crime thriller – it’s a short list that speaks volumes about the reading habits of Australia’s most educated city.
Sally Pryor It's only 8am, but Jon Stanhope has been up for hours. Something about the light, he says, and force of habit.