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  • Rory Charles, Saltwater Country Kalumburu, 2021, paint pen on black paper, 61 x 81cm. Image courtesy of the artist. Rory Charles, Saltwater Country Kalumburu, 2021, paint pen on black paper, 61 x 81cm. Image courtesy of the artist. A triumph of scope
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    A triumph of scope

    15 April 2021

    Fremantle Arts Centre’s annual ‘Revealed’ exhibition of works by new and emerging WA Aboriginal artists is an exciting and engaging collection, writes Belinda Hermawan.

    Reading time • 7 minutesVisual Art
  • Anna Reece stands on one of the curved wooden staircases leading to the dress circle of the Heath Ledger Theatre. She's leaning against the wall of the theatre, with her arms folded. She looks confident and happy. Tectonic shifts and new foundations
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    Tectonic shifts and new foundations

    24 March 2021

    The new director of Fremantle Arts Centre, Anna Reece, takes Nina Levy inside her career and her former role at Perth Festival, revealing why she thinks this year’s home-grown Festival was a hit, and her vision as the next leader of a much-loved WA arts institution.

    Reading time • 9 minutesMulti-arts
  • Maxxi Minaxi May, The light crystals, detail, 2021, FSC wood and plastic rulers, glue, 33 x 11 x 198cm. Photography by Rebecca Mansell An image coloured transparent measuring tools, such as protractors, set squares and rulers, set in a frame made of wooden rulers. Light is passing through the plastic items to cast coloured shadows. The nuts and bolts of showing art
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    The nuts and bolts of showing art

    24 February 2021

    Installing an exhibition is an artform in itself, Jaimi Wright finds out at the Perth Festival show, ‘A Forest of Hooks and Nails’.

    Reading time • 5 minutesPerth Festival
  • Photo: Anthony Tran Cream of the crop 2020
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    Cream of the crop 2020

    9 December 2020

    It feels more important than ever to celebrate the arts in 2020. And so, in spite of the challenges faced by the arts community this year, we are thrilled to bring you Seesaw’s annual ‘Cream of the Crop’ round-up, in which we ask our writers to reflect on the year that was and the year to come.

    Reading time • 10 minutesMulti-arts
  • Kaylene Whiskey, Cher and the Water Snake, 2017, acrylic on linen, 76 x 101cm. Courtesy of the artist, Iwantja Arts and the Sims Dickson Collection  Fremantle double feature delights
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    Fremantle double feature delights

    14 October 2020

    Celebrating womanhood, ‘Bodywork’ and ‘Are You Having a Good Night’ are two of the best exhibitions of the year to date, says Miranda Johnson.

    Reading time • 6 minutesVisual Art
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  • Marcus Beilby, Portrait of the artist as a young man, 1978, acrylic paint on canvas, 51.5 x 71.5cm. no. 7 Marcus Beilby's 'Portrait of the artist as a young man' shows the artist in profile, his face covered in a mask of alfoil. A panacea for our times
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    A panacea for our times

    26 August 2020

    Curated by André Lipscombe and Ric Spencer, ‘Panacea’ is an exhibition that offers the solace we all need right now, observes Craig McKeough.

    Reading time • 7 minutesVisual Art
  • a photo of a brightly gallery, seen from someone's computer Green shoots and silver linings
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    Green shoots and silver linings

    1 April 2020

    David Zampatti offers this week’s virtual arts guide, with some tantalising local and international offers.

    Reading time • 9 minutesTheatre
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