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Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.
Sally Pryor What must it be like to see music and hear colours, to see movement in light and colours in harmonies?
Sally Pryor A meditative portrait of love and loss in a teeming metropolis has won a major prize at the National Portrait Gallery.
Sally Pryor To most people, an empty office space in Mitchell is a business opportunity.
Sally Pryor You think that book's tiny? Check this one out...using this handy microscope.
Sally Pryor When Nancy Sever decided to retire last year, she planned to take a well-earned break, travel and spend time with her new grandchild.
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 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 Arts Editor It's a classic Canberra tale - at least in the art world.
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 When Sir David Attenborough first saw the paintings of birds of paradise he immediately asked to meet their creator.
Sally Pryor As Canberra settles into another spectacular autumn, it's hard to imagine that the city was once a dusty and inhospitable plain.
Sally Pryor ANU School of Art professor Helen Ennis has been appointed to the Sir William Dobell Chair of Art History in recognition of her work as an art scholar, writer and curator.
Sarah Thomas and Sally Pryor The woman who brought us the Skywhale has a surprising new challenge on her hands.
Sally Pryor In the 1950s, the Australian government portrayed immigrants very differently.
Sally Pryor Filmmaker Glen Ryan used to be baffled when people raved about the beauty of the Brindabellas.
Sally Pryor A lot can change when you've been out of action for a year.
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 tweeted your way through Australia Day this weekend, your exploits could well have ended up in the National Museum of Australia, to be gazed at in wonder by future generations.
Sally Pryor The china was monogrammed, the teapots solid silver and the fittings art deco, but this was no posh city home.
Sally Pryor If the idea of the cosmos is all a bit of an abstraction to you, you're not alone.