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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

Whitlam announced acquisition of Blue Poles 45 years ago

Whitlam announced acquisition of Blue Poles 45 years ago

Jackson Pollock's painting was purchased for the National Gallery of Australia in September 1973.

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A clash between young and old takes place in Cockfight

A clash between young and old takes place in Cockfight

A workplace battle played out in physical theatre has wider implications in Cockfight.

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Life lessons from an unfamiliar neighborhood
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Life lessons from an unfamiliar neighborhood

Fred Rogers, creator/host of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, is little-known here, but a new documentary reveals his quiet wisdom in an age of noise and conflict.

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Capital life: Through the lens of emerging photographers

Capital life: Through the lens of emerging photographers

The pick of the exhibitions and shows in Canberra this weekend.

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Gawurra uses his music to make connections

Gawurra uses his music to make connections

The Yolngu man is touring with another singer-songwriter, William Crighton.

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Canberra Repertory Society is heading in new directions in 2019

Canberra Repertory Society is heading in new directions in 2019

The 87th year of the company will have some changes as well as a varied season of plays.

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Singer Aled Jones is bringing his son on his Australian regional tour

Singer Aled Jones is bringing his son on his Australian regional tour

The Welsh singer, who's been performing since he was a child three decades ago, will be coming to Canberra to sing the hymns and religious songs he loves.

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Litbits September 15 2018

Litbits September 15 2018

Literary news and events in Canberra.

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Madame Flute hosts a series of salons at The Street

Madame Flute hosts a series of salons at The Street

Australian flautist Jane Rutter and colleagues will perform everything from Vivaldi to Henry Mancini in these concerts at The Street Theatre.

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NCO concert has a nationalistic tone and a world premiere

NCO concert has a nationalistic tone and a world premiere

Górecki’s Symphony No. 3, Smetana's most popular work and a world premiere by an Australian composer are in the National Capital Orchestra's next concert.

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A Tasmanian Aboriginal story with universal themes

A Tasmanian Aboriginal story with universal themes

Nathan Maynard's play The Season, about an Indigenous family reunited for mutton bird season, explores relationships with humour as well as drama.

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