• Nicholas Carter, Wesley College, 'Dad' 2020, graphite on paper, two parts: 104.5 x 80 cm each (framed)  Two black and white portraits of a man, one of the back of his head, one of his face. He is bald and looks to be about 50 years old. He looks calm and serious. Quality not quantity for the win

    Quality not quantity for the win

    17 May 2021

    This year’s “Pulse Perspectives” may be smaller in size than usual but the result is a treat, says Craig McKeough.

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  • Sisi-Cynthia Ingenere (Corpus Christi College), 'Soul searching' 2019, mixed media, nineteen parts: dimensions variable One of three views of Sisi-Cynthia Ingenere’s sculpture. Pictured is a stylised silhouette of a woman, against a neon landscape. Youth pulse beats political

    Youth pulse beats political

    24 August 2020

    Perusing the Art Gallery of WA’s “Pulse Perspectives 2019”, Miranda Johnson finds that WA’s most recent crop of school graduates are facing the challenges of our time with a clear moral compass.

    Reading time • 6 minutesVisual Art
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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

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