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  • black and white image of a man with a beard and arms oustretched Film fest couched by COVID
    Q&A

    Film fest couched by COVID

    29 June 2020

    Couched Online Fest provides a glimmer of light for film lovers as the Revelation Perth International Film Festival is postponed until December.

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    Reading time • 6 minutesFilm
  • Casey Thornton at work. Casey Thornton painting a picture of a girl, sitting next to a fox. She wears a fur stole and holds what looks like a ball, embossed with a floral design. Pandemic silver linings
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    Pandemic silver linings

    26 June 2020

    While COVID-19 shutdowns have had a massive impact on the arts, for regional WA artists, the global shift in the way we use technology may help to overcome the tyranny of distance, observes Narrogin-based artist Casey Thornton.

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    Reading time • 10 minutesVisual Art
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 Alli Butler stands in front of a wall made of sandstone rocks. She is wearing a glam jade green dress and sunglasses, and carries a speaker. It's sunny and she casts a shadow on the wall. On the road: Alli Butler
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    On the road: Alli Butler

    16 June 2020

    Seesaw’s Q&A series is heading on the road, to find out how artists around WA have been managing COVID-19 challenges. This week Wheatbelt-based singer-songwriter, actor and comedian Alli Butler shares her experiences of lockdown and the start of recovery.

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    Reading time • 7 minutesMusic
  • 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
  • Elizabeth Dunn 180x100cm Acrylic on Canvas Title: Piltati .  Courtesy the artist and Ernabella Arts
 A painting comprised of burnt oranges, smoky reds and ochre yellow dots and lines that create a sense of landscape. A pop-up that never stopped
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    A pop-up that never stopped

    7 May 2020

    Welcome to Seesaw’s new Q&A series, in which we will be talking to local artists and arts workers about how they’re travelling in COVID times. Here, Nina Levy interviews gallery owner and curator Anna Kanaris.

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    Reading time • 9 minutesVisual Art
  • Four brightly coloured metal sculptures alongside a footpath, peeping from between the grasses Little creatures by the sea
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    Little creatures by the sea

    13 March 2020

    Mandy White is the first DADAA artist to participate in Sculpture by the Sea. Rosalind Appleby talks to the award winning artist about the stories behind her supernatural bush creatures.

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    Reading time • 8 minutesVisual Art
  • 'Hush' by Olga Cironis. Photo: Jessica Wyld. A golden chair by the sea
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    A golden chair by the sea

    12 March 2020

    Fremantle-based artist Olga Cironis is a veteran of Sculpture by the Sea. As her latest work, Hush, invites the bottoms of Perth to take a (shiny) seat and contemplate the ocean, she talks to Nina Levy about her work, her creative process and why she loves living in WA.

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    Reading time • 8 minutesVisual Art
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