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Olga Cironis, Echo, 2021, still from single-channel digital video with sound, duration 3:55 min, ed. 1/5, courtesy the artist and Art Collective WA. This project has been made possible with the support of the Minderoo Foundation. A young woman stands in a desert setting, framed by a blue sky. She wears a dress with puffed sleeves and a full skirt, made of camouflage fabric. She also wears a string of pearls. She gazes beyond the camera. The disruption and solace of Olga Cironis
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The disruption and solace of Olga Cironis

14 April 2021

Woven together with various threads, including human hair, ‘Dislocation’ is an appropriate title for a survey of the works of local artist Olga Cironis, discovers Miranda Johnson.

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Photo by Cam Campbell 
IG and FB @placeorpoint A view from the back of Hackett Hall, framed by the whale skeleton. WA’s musical richness on display
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WA’s musical richness on display

10 March 2021

Perth Festival’s second chamber music concert highlights the extraordinary talent of Western Australian musicians in a concert of intimacy and magnitude, writes Rosalind Appleby.

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A singer and guitarist on an outdoor stage, performing with their eyes closed. Songs from the heart
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Songs from the heart

8 March 2021

Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse continue the songline tradition with the premiere of Koort, the second part of their song cycle, in a performance that Kobi Morrison says brought tears of both sorrow and happiness.

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Music as call for change
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Music as call for change

5 March 2021

Erin Hutchinson is transported by the loud and the quiet of Black Brass’s maelstrom of music, memory and storytelling.

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Highs and lows in ‘Art Feast’
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Highs and lows in ‘Art Feast’

5 March 2021

The Rechabite’s first foray into dining with a difference has potential, says Erin Hutchinson, but lacks bite.

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Bruce Lee rips his shirt off as he sizes up his opponent More than nunchuks and kicks
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More than nunchuks and kicks

2 March 2021

Barbara Hostalek describes the momentous occasion of witnessing the world premiere of Fist of Fury, entirely dubbed into Noongar language.

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Yabini Kickett, Burdiya-ka (Bosses) (Caroline Kickett and Helen Picket), 2021 Two portraits of First Nations Women, both photographed in bush settings. The woman on the left looks straight to the camera. She wears a light turquoise t-shirt. The woman on the right wears a pink t-shirt and looks out to the right, away from the camera. Both women look calm. Stories of survival
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Stories of survival

2 March 2021

Curated by Glenn Iseger-Pilkington ‘nyinalanginy / the gathering’ is a thoughtful and provocative exhibition of works by First Nations people of the Indo-Pacific region, writes Michelle White.

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A stimulating journey
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A stimulating journey

2 March 2021

Leon Levy had anticipated an intriguing program, and says Sara Macliver’s superbly executed recital, ‘One & Many’, with its mix of old and brand-new music, was all he could have hoped for.

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Dizzying skills on show
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Dizzying skills on show

2 March 2021

He can’t tell you what happens because that would be giving the game away, but David Zampatti says The Last Great Hunt’s tech-driven multimedia show, Whistleblower, is unique and enthralling theatre.

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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio