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Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.
Sally Pryor From Bond girl to frontier doctor, Jane Seymour has given all her characters the right touch of glamour.
Sally Pryor There's a light shining down on the National Gallery at the moment, and it has nothing to do with James Turrell's mind-bending installations.
Sally Pryor 'Tis the season to splurge at the gallery shops (in the name of Christmas of course).
Sally Pryor Sally Pryor tried out the Perceptual Cell - an artwork that involves visitors lying inside a machine and being bombarded by strange, mysterious light.
Sally Pryor James Turrell has spent a long time building up his body of work – 50 years, in fact – and he expects the same kind of patience from his audience.
Sally Pryor A round-up of what's on in the art world in and around Canberra for the week of December 12.
Sally Pryor The James Turrell retrospective is coming to Canberra, fresh from wowing hordes of visitors to two major US museums.
Sally Pryor Bookplate is back, with a new seasonal menu and an atmosphere to match.
Sally Pryor Irma Gold has enjoyed mentoring a new generation of student editors on the University of Canberra's yearly anthology of creative writing.
Sally Pryor James Turrell's creative energy must be seen to believed. Sally Pryor reveals a fantastical light exhibition, which puzzles yet astounds and is akin to a "mind orgasm".
Sally Pryor In a city as meticulously planned as Canberra, it's not often you come across a phenomenon that's come about almost entirely accidentally.
Sally Pryor A round-up of what's on in the art world in and around Canberra for the week of December 6.
Sally Pryor From Charnwood trolley boy to an international success story, Dan O'Day is living the dream as a wedding photographer. Sally Pryor meets a man whose focus is to make couples happy.
Sally Pryor A round-up of what's on in the art world in and around Canberra for the week of November 29.
Sally Pryor When Dimity Azoury was a little girl, she used to look at a photo of Marilyn Rowe, Australia's first Prima Ballerina, and dream of one day being like her.
Sally Pryor It's one of the year's hippest art shows in Canberra's increasingly bulging calendar, and the ANU School of Art's Graduating Exhibition is also a kaleidoscopic glimpse into the future of art world.
Sally Pryor Canberra Times photographer Rohan Thomson has just been announced as a finalist in the 2015 National Photographic Portrait Prize.
Sally Pryor Passionate violin maker Hugh Withycombe says every instrument has a story
Sally Pryor It was like asking someone to enter into a long-term relationship, or at the very least go on a blind date.
Sally Pryor For almost two decades, it has been one of Canberra's cultural and intellectual mainstays.