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An image from Talitha Muslin's show Siren. Picutred is a woman wearing elaborate caged dress and colourful headdress dances on the beach with her arm raised. Talitha Maslin dives deep into the sea
The Festival Sessions

Talitha Maslin dives deep into the sea

2 February 2022

Using the Scarborough Beach sand as its stage, SIREN is a magical melting pot of sculpture, sound, and contemporary dance that invites audiences to contemplate their relationship with the planet.

Reading time • 9 minutesDance
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TuinnaBlackie_TheBoab_SxSCottesloe2021_RichardWatson An image of Tuinna Blackie's 'The Boab' at Cottesloe Beach, a shiny silver scupltute of a boab tree, situated on the beach, looking out to the sea. A woman stands to one side, looking at the tree. The sky is cloudy and tinged with pink. Will people power Sculpture by the Sea?
Features

Will people power Sculpture by the Sea?

5 March 2021

Sculpture by the Sea is back at Cottesloe after COVID-19 forced its early exit in 2020 – and organisers vow to stand their ground despite the shifting sands of funding uncertainty, discovers Jaimi Wright.

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

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.

Reading time • 8 minutesVisual Art

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio