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barbara hanrahan: an australian feminist artist you need to know

Barbara Hanrahan: an Australian feminist artist you need to know

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      Barbara Hanrahan, Dog of darkness, 1978, hand-coloured etching with plate-tone, colour inks on paper, 35.5 x 25.3 cm, Private collection, Adelaide. © the Estate of the artist, courtesy Susan Sideris 2020 A palpable cast...
listen to older voices: the story of trooper thomas mcintyre – part 3

Listen To Older Voices: The Story of Trooper Thomas McIntyre – Part 3

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    This is the third and final part of this remarkable tale of what actually happed at Stringybark Creek on October 28 1878, when the Kelly gang killed 3 policemen.     Only one policeman survived, Trooper Thomas...
sunday essay: 10 photography exhibitions that defined australia

Sunday essay: 10 photography exhibitions that defined Australia

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    10 photography exhibitions that defined Australia  Hoda Afshar’s exhibition Remain, The Substation, Melbourne, 2019. Photograph by Leela Schauble. Courtesy the artist and The Substation, Melbourne Australians have always loved photography exhibitions. They are consistently among...
what art are you engaging with in lockdown? australians are mostly watching tv — but music, singing and dancing do more for your mood

What art are you engaging with in lockdown? Australians are mostly watching TV —...

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  Picture: y Kinga Cichewicz/Unsplash How have you been passing the time during lockdown? Have you been taking an online drawing class, or did you join an online choir? Perhaps you focused on gardening, or...
5 reasons for you to hire graffiti artists at book an artist

5 Reasons for you to Hire Graffiti Artists at Book an Artist

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With the advent of the new media, also called the internet, various businesses are focusing on capturing the online market. This is due to the sudden shift of the grounds for business transactions due...
yes, audiobooks count as ‘real reading’. here are 3 top titles to get you started

Yes, audiobooks count as ‘real reading’. Here are 3 top titles to get you...

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  Image: Shutterstock Audiobook listening has been called a “silent revolution” in the publishing industry over the last decade. The US audiobook market is estimated to be worth US$1.1 billion annually and is growing at a rate...
listen to older voices: the story of trooper thomas mcintyre – part 2

Listen To Older Voices: The story of Trooper Thomas McIntyre – Part 2

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This is the second part of a 3-part story of the shoot-out between the police and Ned Kelly’s gang at Stringybark Creek, some 143 years ago, in October of 1878.   One policeman – Trooper John...
sunday essay: beyond ‘girl gone mad melodrama’ — reframing female anger in psychological thrillers

Sunday essay: beyond ‘girl gone mad melodrama’ — reframing female anger in psychological thrillers

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  Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train has sold 23 million copies, and the film adaptation was a box office smash. DreamWorks Pictures/Universal Pictures via AP Along with Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl (2012), Paula...
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Rock In Peace Charlie Watts

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    Charlie Watts, one of the most recognised and beloved drummers of all time has quietly passed away in a London hospital.     Born during the WWII bombing of London in 1941, Watts became involved in music...
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Fewer episodes, more foreign owners: the incredible shrinking of Australian TV drama

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      The Family Law: made by a foreign-owned production company. Matchbox Pictures/SBS   Long running Australian television dramas like Packed to the Rafters, All Saints, McLeod’s Daughters and Blue Heelers are no longer being made. Blue...