Arts journalism merger unveiled

14 November 2018

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We’ve got some exciting news for you, Seesaw readers!

Two of Western Australia’s most respected arts writers, Seesaw’s Nina Levy and Noted’s Rosalind Appleby, have joined forces, merging their respective arts websites under the Seesaw banner.

The pair lead a team of critics that includes Perth’s most experienced and best-known arts writers, including David Zampatti, Jan Hallam, Varnya Bromilow, Sandra Bowdler and Mark Naglazas.

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The merger is part of a larger vision to launch a fully funded, professional digital arts journalism platform in July 2019, to document, champion and critique the local arts scene. The new Seesaw platform will be a one-stop shop for the arts in WA, generating and accelerating the arts’ most powerful marketing tool – word of mouth. It’s time to restore journalism to the arts ecosystem.

Seesaw is YOUR arts playground. Join us on the ride.

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Pictured top: Nina Levy (left) and Rosalind Appleby (right).

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Rosalind Appleby

Rosalind is an arts journalist, author and speaker. She was co-managing editor and founding board member of Seesaw Magazine 2018 – 2023, is author of Women of Note, and has written for The West Australian, The Guardian, The Australian, Limelight magazine and Opera magazine (UK). She loves park percussion instruments.

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