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Sally Pryor

Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.

Tuggeranong Arts Centre hopes to lure young with relaunch

Sally Pryor A lot can change when you've been out of action for a year.

Gorman House arts centre: how to turn a house into a village

Sally Pryor Imagine you're new to Canberra, and you visit Gorman House for the first time.


Aboriginal art: On Country exhibition hopes to provide the big country picture

Ngambri custodian Paul House at the launch of the exhibition called On Country at the National Museum of Australia.

Sally Pryor A new exhibition celebrates how indigenous people use generations of knowledge to manage Australia's land, rivers and oceans.

A majestic folly soars

Last Bonsai round-up at Arboretum site in the Green Hill Forest off Tuggeranong Parkway   ...... Chief minister Jon Stanhope is assisted by Barry Nash, organiser of the Bonsai dig, in the collection of an Irish strawberry plant at the site.

Sally Pryor It's only 8am, but Jon Stanhope has been up for hours. Something about the light, he says, and force of habit.

A statue beyond limitations

Walter Burley Griffin.

Sally Pryor Arts Editor Amid all the debate surrounding the Skywhale, perhaps it's time to reflect on an alternative reality.

Art school's new chief a real stayer

Denise M. Ferris.

Sally Pryor When Denise Ferris arrived in Canberra to teach photography at the ANU School of Art, she planned to stay for just one semester.

Private Capital

Dr Chris drops in to Ngunnawal

Bondi Vet Dr Chris Brown  makes a house to Maria Tsebri who won a competition to get a two-hour consultation for her two cats.

Sally Pryor Private Capital: When Maria Tsebri heard she’d won a private consultation for her cats, she'd forgotten it was with the one and only Bondi Vet himself, Dr Chris Brown.

America's original 'stylist' debuts down under

Registrar of the Richard Avedon Foundation, Katrina Dumas, reflected in a photograph at the Richard Avedon exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, opening on Thursday night.

Sally Pryor From Dior-clad models to civil rights protestors, from a family on the beach to Marilyn Monroe, Richard Avedon was all about people.

Suffragettes would be 'shocked'

Professor Rae Frances.
Photo Jason McCarthy, National Museum of Australia.

Sally Pryor What would our Australian feminist forebears think of the latest debates about women in Parliament?

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