Julieanne Strachan

Julieanne Strachan

Julieanne Strachan is a reporter for The Sunday Canberra Times.

Stage fright as Margolyes ponders turning 'binational' with PM's aid

Miriam Margolyes.

Julieanne Strachan Famed British actress Miriam Margolyes has graced the stage many times, but there is one performance in Canberra on Saturday that has her particularly nervous.

Chorus of citizens to celebrate capital

Canberra singers Glenda Cloughey of Griffith and Johanna McBride of Farrer will be singing in the National Library in one of the 365 musical concerts organised in public places to celebrate the centenary year.

Julieanne Strachan In ancient Greece they were essential: they whispered secrets to audiences, lent advice to heroes and passed judgment on royalty.

Carillon chimes in with free concert for the family

The National Carillon.

Julieanne Strachan The gentle sounds of bells from the Carillon will help ring in the new year on January 1.

Piece of Paris proves popular as thousands flock to gallery

News.  Alexandra Loneg 8 with sister Anna Loneg 5 from Amaroo dress up in the Toulouse Lautrec Family Activity Room at the National Gallery of Australia.

Julieanne Strachan Thousands of people are flocking to the National Gallery of Australia daily to see the Toulouse-Lautrec: Paris and the Moulin Rouge exhibition.

Small package the perfect Christmas gift

The Canberra Hospital's first Christmas baby, born at 1.55 am to proud parents, Rhys Bingley, 28 and Jane Waller, 22, of West Queanbeyan.

Julieanne Strachan He may have been only a few hours old, but this little boy had already made it onto Santa's list early on Christmas morning.

Wet and dreary Christmas for Canberra region

Julieanne Strachan Canberrans have woken to wet and dreary Christmas weather this morning, which is not expected to clear any time soon.

What's happening in the arts in Canberra

Julieanne Strachan The National Museum Australia has unveiled an exhibition of new Aboriginal art from the Western Desert.

It's theatrical and fine art to a tea

Lautrecs Tea Salon at the National Gallery of Australia.

Julieanne Strachan Opulent scenes from night-time Paris, immortalised in the artworks of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, have inspired a new level of luxury at the National Gallery of Australia.

Poster girl a glass act

At National gallery of Australia, workers from Sydney company Flash graphics, Matthew Dawson, left and Malcolm Townsend, install a transparent poster on the gallery's main entrance windows to promote the coming Toulouse Lautrec exhibition.

Julieanne Strachan La Goulue was one of the stars of the Moulin Rouge: slender, pale and bewitching.

Touch of theatre at awards as Stacey takes top prize

The Street Theatre's artistic director Caroline Stacey.

Julieanne Strachan The charismatic flame-haired director of The Street Theatre Caroline Stacey has been awarded the highest honour in this year's ACT Arts Awards, being named 2012 artist of the year.

Assange in festival documentary on media ownership

A screen from Shadows of Liberty.

Julieanne Strachan A provocative documentary about media ownership in the US, featuring input from Julian Assange, will have its Australian premiere today at the Canberra International Film Festival.

Festival kicks off with a wee bit of a chuckle

The first film of the Canberra International Film Festival: The Angel's Share.

Julieanne Strachan There are few nations on Earth where criminal offenders could conceivably be ordered to visit a distillery during their community service, but if any could pull it off it's probably Scotland.

Bollywood ball

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Julieanne Strachan The Canberra School of Bollywood Dancing is hosting its 2012 Bollywood Ball tonight. All of the profits will be given to a children's charity.

Sculpture with living bonsai wins prestigious art prize

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Julieanne Strachan The prestigious Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize was won by Australian National University PhD candidate Thorhammer Beowulf last night.

Boy from Oz who never tires of singing Peter Allen's hits

Julieanne Strachan As a 14-year-old boy looking up at Peter Allen on the stage in 1977, Todd McKenney was enthralled.

Call out for Fringe boss

Julieanne Strachan Fancy yourself as the next creative producer of the Fringe event at next year’s National Multicultural Festival?

A quick step to learning Latin

Latin dance festival.

Julieanne Strachan Canberra's Latin dance queen Raquel Paez will lead some of the nation's best performers in a three-day festival from Friday, when the capital turns to the rhythm of Latin beats.

NGA at a mere 30 years of age houses nation's most valuable collection

AFR ARTS John and Pauline Gandel donate $7 million to National Gallery of Australia ahead of the opening of its new wing next month, which will now include Gandel Hall. Biggest cash donation to the NGA.

Julieanne Strachan When the Queen opened the National Gallery of Australia 30 years ago, few people would have imagined that by now it would have a collection valued at $4.7 billion.

NGA unveils new plans to cure cringe

Julieanne Strachan National Gallery of Australia director Ron Radford made a rare appearance at the Press Club yesterday to outline the future of the institution, which is now on the eve of its 30th anniversary.

Drac takes laughter for a spin

Teagan Ricketts plays the Queen of the Night in 'The Dracula Rock Show' at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre.


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Julieanne Strachan Teenaged vampires are back, but this time they are neither brooding nor full of angst.