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.
Sally Pryor Elioth Gruner was in his early 30s when he caught the tram from Bondi Junction into the city to see the exhibition of the Society of Artists.
Sally Pryor For Nicholas Milton, nothing will ever compare to leading the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
Sally Pryor Katy Mutton was about 18 when she first felt the reverberations of history in her life.
Sally Pryor A very cool new show has just opened at Canberra Museum and Gallery, for works by artist and musician Ed Radclyffe.
Sally Pryor A new exhibition at ANCA next week explores notions of safety and containment.
Sally Pryor It was a scene about shopping, so how perfect would it be to have a dress made entirely of credit cards?
Sally Pryor Eclectic works are at the forefront of the Craft ACT awards series for young designers, writes Sally Pryor.
Sally Pryor And you thought that Elvis is dead? Here's a guide to arts events in Canberra.
Sally Pryor If the idea of the cosmos is all a bit of an abstraction to you, you're not alone.
Sally Pryor Ooooh, this one sounds awesome: cosmic art over at CSIRO! Art inspired by astronomy!
Sally Pryor An exhibition that is exactly what it says it is - Canberra potter Jane Crick has 84 teacups on display.
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Sally Pryor Take away the fancy modern cameras and what sort of landscape photos do you get? Braidwood artist Stephen Best was determined to find out.
Sally Pryor We went into hiatus over Christmas and New Year, and who can blame us? But now we are back.
Sally Pryor It's not every day that you're met on the steps of the National Library by cameras, microphones and the director-general waiting to shake your hand.
Sally Pryor In the world of essayist and comedian David Sedaris, there may be plenty of insults, but there's very little injury, writes Sally Pryor.