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Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.
Sally Pryor You can't force taste - or set-in-stone heritage rules.
Sally Pryor The illuminated manuscript was made in the 1500s and looted by the Nazis. Now it's coming to Canberra.
Sally Pryor Daniel Savage is an artist who often puts himself front and centre of his work, and his latest exhibition, which opened this week, is no exception.
Hand-coloured photos were once subversive, now beautiful, as seen in new exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia
Sally Pryor For the first half of the 20th century, hand-colouring photographs was common practice, to enhance and individualise black-and-white images.
Sally Pryor The National Portrait Gallery has chosen to focus on the loss and absence created by the Great War.
Sally Pryor When Electric Shadows Bookshop closes its doors for the last time next month, Australia's most well-educated and highest-earning city will have just two independent bookshops left.
Sally Pryor This week's art news and events in Canberra for the week beginning March 21.
Sally Pryor Eight years after migrating to Australia, a return visit to her homeland of Iran result in a career-changing moment for photographer Hoda Afshar.
Sally Pryor From the outside, it was an ordinary suburban house in north Canberra, with nothing to suggest that inside, it contained an art collection worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Sally Pryor There's an exciting new exhibition just opened at Form Studio and Gallery in Queanbeyan,
Sally Pryor Mel George is at home in the heart of Canberra's creative community.
Sally Pryor When Mandyam Srinivasan first arrived in Australia, he was stunned by the quality of resources for scientists.
Sally Pryor Sinister migration, a Vogue model and a scary movie.
Sally Pryor When Gordon Peake first arrived in East Timor for a short research trip in 2007, he was instantly captivated by the complex and energetic country.
Sally Pryor An ancient Indian sculpture that until recently had its home among other Asian antiquities at the National Gallery of Australia is set to return to India.
Sally Pryor Canberra will be filled with film crews later this year, as well as some familiar faces, as production is set to begin on the long-awaited film of Joe Cinque's Consolation.
Sally Pryor Tea pot or T-rex? You decide.
Sally Pryor It's no secret that many artists see the world differently to the average person.
Sally Pryor There'll be iridescent bike riders around the lake, a sleepover in a gallery foyer and a theatre performance in a record store.
Sally Pryor A comprehensive guide to what is happening in Canberra's arts scene.