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  • Let's Make Love, Jen Jamieson Proximity Festival 2017, Photo: PAVLOVA Two women sitting on a blue mattress, having a conversation. Making art in uncertain times
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    Making art in uncertain times

    21 May 2020

    Jen Jamieson is an artist whose participatory works are about human connection. In this Q&A with Nina Levy, Jamieson describes the ways in which social distancing has impacted on her artistic practice, her work in youth mental health and her life in general.

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    Reading time • 9 minutesTheatre
  • A work by Annie Huang. The piece is white with detailed black lines that curlicue their way across the canvas. Hatching at home
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    Hatching at home

    20 May 2020

    Local emerging artist Annie Huang tells Nina Levy how she’s managing the challenges of being an emerging artist and a post-graduate student in COVID times.

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    Reading time • 9 minutesVisual Art
  • Two women on a piano stool, one holds a score the other cradles a french horn New harmonies
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    New harmonies

    2 March 2020

    Introducing Perth’s newest music ensemble Harmonia Australis, who will be tackling one of the big issues in classical music on International Women’s Day.

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    Reading time • 8 minutesMusic
  • Plenty to celebrate
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    Plenty to celebrate

    6 January 2020

    The Fremantle Chamber Orchestra are celebrating 15 years of music making. Rosalind Appleby talks to founder Hans Hug, the adrenalin junkie who is hooked on music.

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    Reading time • 7 minutesMusic
  • The power to engage
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    The power to engage

    22 November 2019

    Ahead of the opening of the Perth Festival Lotterywest Films season, Mark Naglazas chatted to Perth Festival film programmer Tom Vincent to get the lowdown on…

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    Reading time • 6 minutesFilm
  • Lawrence English on board HMAS Ovens, WA Maritime Museum. Photo by  Duncan Wright Man in black amidst submarine measurement equipment Going deep with sound
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    Going deep with sound

    4 November 2019

    Lawrence English is celebrated globally as one of ambient music’s modern masters. The Brisbane-based artist is in Fremantle for the Biennale festival, where he has transformed a submarine at the WA Maritime Museum into a sound installation. Seesaw Magazine caught up with English to find out more about deep listening.

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    Reading time • 8 minutesMusic

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