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Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.
Sally Pryor Rod McNicol often revisits his subjects years or decades later to mark the passage of time.
Sally Pryor Portrait removed to avoid possible defacement following Australians being executed in Indonesia on Tuesday night.
Sally Pryor A violin sonata composed on the warfront during the Gallipoli campaign has arrived in Canberra.
Sally Pryor Canberra Times photographer Rohan Thomson has just been announced as a finalist in the 2015 National Photographic Portrait Prize.
Sally Pryor New grants reinforce work being done.
Emma Macdonald, Sally Pryor, John-Paul Moloney and Ben Westcott Readers are invited to share their photos of Lake Burley Griffin as part of the Our Lake – 50 years photo competition, which runs till the end of October.
Sally Pryor For most of his career, Thomas Keneally has been hearing about the death of the physical book.
Andrew Taylor, Sally Pryor Ron Radford's impending retirement has long been on the cards, but mystery continues to surround his successor as head of the National Gallery of Australia.
Markus Mannheim, Sally Pryor A former head of one of Canberra's cultural institutions has a simple idea to spare them from the government's razor gang.
Sally Pryor Twenty-eight staff positions will be cut at the NFSA and the regular screenings at ARC Cinema will be a thing of the past, following a major restructure announced on Friday.
Sally Pryor National Film and Sound Archive staff are due to meet with management on Friday amid fears of job cuts at the institution.
Sally Pryor It was a cloudy weekday morning, and clusters of people were already forming in the dimly lit display rooms of the Gold and the Incas show at the National Gallery.
Megan Doherty and Sally Pryor Some big Hollywood names are headed to Canberra in the coming months.
Sally Pryor More than 80 pieces from potter Jane Crick's collection are on display, and for sale, at the Watson Arts Centre.
Sally Pryor Appointing new directors for two of the country's biggest cultural institutions is not something to be rushed: Minister's office.
Sally Pryor Arts Editor She danced all over the world - Europe, Australia and South America - before giving it all up to marry a NSW sheep farmer in 1945.
Sally Pryor When Brendan Nelson was just two days into the job of director at the War Memorial, he wandered down to the commemorative area at closing time to see how the day's end was marked.
Sally Pryor Canberra chef Ben Willis is just a local boy at heart.
Sally Pryor THE former director of the Australian War Memorial is ''shocked and surprised'' that his successor has publicly questioned his performance running the institution.