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Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.
Australia Day 2016: Canberra Symphony Orchestra director Nicholas Milton receives Australia Day award
Sally Pryor You'd think it would be impossible to top a Grammy nomination, but it helps if you get an Australia Day gong just weeks later.
Sally Pryor For Jackie French, the thrill of receiving a gong for Australia Day is inevitably tinged with guilt.
Sally Pryor A guide to what is happening in Canberra's art scene.
Sally Pryor It's a 20-year-old story about gay rights and a struggle for acceptance and equality.
Sally Pryor A round-up of what's happening in the Canberra visual arts scene for the week beginning June 13.
Sally Pryor Nude gallery tours?
Sally Pryor If there's one thing David Whitney is looking forward to when he retires in July, it's having an opinion.
Sally Pryor For a community forum attended mainly by people in the arts, it was a disappointingly sedate affair.
Sally Pryor Three years ago they were dilapidated buildings that concealed a hive of creative endeavour, behind peeling paint and antiquated facilities.
Sally Pryor After a career spanning five decades, Janet DeBoos retains the passion of an amateur in the original sense of the word.
Sally Pryor They were once one of Canberra's most popular weekend events – a place to shop, eat and spend a lazy Saturday in the heart of the city.
Sally Pryor Tucked away in a museum collection in northern France is an exquisite collection of 19th century sketches of Australian scenes.
Canberra Film Fest
Sally Pryor It's a much-anticipated fixture on the cultural calendar that almost didn't make it to 2015.
Sally Pryor One hundred years ago, it was once worth just one pound, and today it's worth more than $1.5 million.
Sally Pryor There's a real light fetish taking place in Canberra at the moment, and it's no bad thing.
Sally Pryor She took us on her journey, and the journey was art.
Sally Pryor David Whitney ends his tenure at artsACT after eight years at the helm.
Sally Pryor When Jenni Kemarre Martiniello was a child growing up in Adelaide, she remembers seeing woven objects in the local museum and wondering why they seemed so lifeless.
Sally Pryor The Australian Capital National Artists Inc is commemorating the Anzac centenary with an exhibition about postwar trauma.
Sally Pryor You can't force taste - or set-in-stone heritage rules.