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Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.
Sally Pryor When you’re onto a good thing, it’s best to walk out on a high point, preferably with a big neon sign lighting up the Kingston foreshore.
Sally Pryor Was Elioth Gruner a fun-loving bon vivant, or a grumpy neighbourhood eccentric? Perhaps he was both, as the curator of the major survey of his work at Canberra Museum and Gallery is slowly...
Sally Pryor If the idea of the cosmos is all a bit of an abstraction to you, you're not alone.
Sally Pryor The National Museum finally has a new director.
Sally Pryor Imagine you're new to Canberra, and you visit Gorman House for the first time.
Sally Pryor What do you do when faced with an empty room and hundreds of entertainment-hungry children in the middle of a highbrow art exhibition?
Sally Pryor Diner en Blanc, the global gastronomic phenomenon, will return to Canberra next year.
Sally Pryor As they come down from their centenary party, Canberrans are still assessing its show-stopper, writes Sally Pryor.
Sally Pryor There's a lot of architecture to be crammed into 100 years.
Sally Pryor He may be known as the enfant terrible of the Canberra arts scene, but Jorian Gardner is hoping some locals have grown up a bit in the past four years.
Sally Pryor National Gallery director Ron Radford says Canberra's much maligned winter should be it's big selling point.
Sally Pryor Huge, light-filled rooms, high ceilings and hardwood floors - the space may be temporary, but who's complaining?
Sally Pryor Capital Life with Sally Pryor
Sally Pryor The weekend looks set to be chilly, but there’s still time to soak up the last rays of the Master of Light.
Sally Pryor There's a hive of creative activity happening in the courtyards of Gorman House and the Ainslie Arts Centre.
Sally Pryor There’ll be gold and silver, turquoise, feathers and shells at the National Gallery of Australia this summer – and not just in the shop.
Natasha Rudra and Sally Pryor Russell Crowe stood before Canberrans and declared himself a ‘‘map geek’’ on Wednesday night.
Sally Pryor When Robert Foster first started his own design company, he had a vague dream of creating something distinctive.
Sally Pryor He has captured Canberra's heart before, and now the master of Romantic landscapes, J. M. W. Turner, will be back to rekindle the love for the capital's 100th winter.
Sally Pryor A long-running dispute about one of Canberra's oldest buildings is over - and just in time for Christmas.