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  • Two women and a man in evening wear stand in front of a red wall, with smiles on their faces Media Award WINNERS!
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    Media Award WINNERS!

    17 November 2021

    Seesaw writer Mark Naglazas has won the prize for best Culture and Arts Report at the WA Media Awards, putting Seesaw on the map for award-winning arts journalism.

    Reading time • 3 minutesMulti-arts
  • And the Earth Swallowed Them Whole. Photo: Peter Cheng A dancer is dwarfed in a sea of black silk that undulates and ripples around her. Take a surf through Perth Festival
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    Take a surf through Perth Festival

    15 November 2021

    Perth Festival’s 2022 line-up promises to submerge you in an ocean of arts. Nina Levy dives into the performing arts program with Festival Director Iain Grandage to fish out some of the highlights.

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  • a city skyline seen from the roof of a building Gallery revamp more than bricks and mortar
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    Gallery revamp more than bricks and mortar

    4 November 2021

    The long-awaited renovation of the Art Gallery of WA will be revealed this weekend. Director Colin Walker shares his vision for the new-look gallery.

    Reading time • 10 minutesVisual Art
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  • Mandy White holding one of her works. A woman stands in front of a wooden front door, holding an abstract painting that features a turquoise background with brightly coloured markings. Art that breaks barriers and opens eyes
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    Art that breaks barriers and opens eyes

    28 October 2021

    It’s an art exhibition that is much more than an art exhibition. Ara Jansen discovers the annual ‘As We Are Art Awards’ and why they are important.

    Reading time • 9 minutesVisual Art
  • Arts a state of the heart for Governor
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    Arts a state of the heart for Governor

    27 October 2021

    The Honourable Kim Beazley AC, Governor of Western Australia, is a relatively recent convert to the arts. He chats with Rosalind Appleby about his advocacy work, his “crazy blokes” icon collection, and why a vibrant arts culture is the heart of a healthy democracy.

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