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Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.
Sally Pryor It was a scene straight out of the 1950s.
Sally Pryor Canberra artist Erica Seccombe has just taken out the prestigious Paramor Prize for Art and innovation at the Casula Powerhouse Art Centre in Liverpool, Sydney.
Sally Pryor It's a sleepy weekday morning in the middle of a Canberra summer, and the front doors at M16 Artspace are closed to the public.
Sally Pryor A comprehensive guide to what is happening in Canberra's arts scene.
Sally Pryor Former diplomat Di Johnstone is honoured for helping to repatriate South African art and for services to the Canberra community.
Sally Pryor For acclaimed musician Roland Peelman, the Canberra International Music Festival, which focuses on the centenary of the publication of Einstein's theory of relativity, is an opportunity to create an...
Sally Pryor "She was the life of the party, and the life of the party never wants to be the one to say it's over."
Sally Pryor The Canberra arts community was in shock and mourning on Wednesday, following the loss of much loved broadcaster and arts activist Sylvie Stern.
Sally Pryor The week's offerings in Canberra's ever-morphing art world.
Sally Pryor This time around, a family portrait is seen in a whole new light.
Sally Pryor A review of the ACT Arts Policy Framework, set to kick of next month, will be overseen by a panel of six prominent arts figures.
Sally Pryor Parents beware: Jimmy Rees is coming to the capital and your children may be subjected to far too much fun.
Sally Pryor Who cares if that doll she loves - the one with the grey skin and scary eyes - is hideously ugly?
Sally Pryor She introduced a staid young capital to the world of art, ran one of Canberra's first commercial art galleries for 40 years and threw some great parties in the process.
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.