Sally Pryor The latest on what is on in Canberra's art scene.
Sally Pryor What's on in the world of arts in the capital.
Sally Pryor Next Saturday is World Slow Art Day, on which people around the world are encouraged to visit a museum and gallery and look at art slowly.
Sally Pryor The carefully observed local landscapes capture shifts in light and shadows throughout the seasons and even throughout the day.
Sally Pryor Christmas Day is usually a time for families to kick back and enjoy some downtime together. Or, depending on the family, to pick away at old grievances, let them simmer or air them out.
Sally Pryor The National Gallery of Australia may have a moral obligation to return the allegedly smuggled Shiva sculpture back to India and its rightful home in a southern temple, says the former director of...
Sally Pryor There is a new gallery space in town, and it's in a historic schoolhouse.
Sally Pryor Winning smiles weren't necessary to win over judges of the National Photographic Portrait Prize, writes Sally Pryor.
Sally Pryor No matter how well you know someone, capturing their essence on camera is not an easy thing.
Sally Pryor After 10 years at the helm, Ron Radford plans to retire from the National Gallery when his term expires in September.
Sally Pryor New exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery shows, an enormous amount of work goes into every image that forms the underlying hum of promotional material for television shows.
Sally Pryor Lumen reveals immediate glimpses into the present-day human condition and imagination.
Sally Pryor You would think that the former director of a major art gallery would have little left to discover in the art world.
Sally Pryor It's vast, it's hugely detailed, it's opinionated - and Australian Art: A History is going to make some waves, writes Sally Pryor.
Andrew Taylor, Sally Pryor Transfield money will help fund this year's Biennale of Sydney, despite last week's declaration from the board that ties had been severed with founding partner ''effective immediately''.
Sally Pryor The National Library’s blockbuster exhibition of maps was the library’s most successful show ever
Sally Pryor The You Are Here festival highlights the things that are happening in Canberra's independent and experimental arts scene, writes Sally Pryor.
Sally Pryor Tapestry as a medium has traditionally been used to tell stories that are personal and historical.
Sally Pryor It's a classic Canberra tale - at least in the art world.
Sally Pryor When you start reading books from a young age, you absorb all these details unthinkingly.