A round-up of what's happening in the Canberra visual arts scene for the week beginning May 30.
Katherine Feeney Why is it that some people can lie in bed at night, next to their long term partner, and smile, stroke their hair, say 'goodnight, I love you,' then roll over and peacefully reflect on the sex they had earlier that day. The sex they had not with their loving spouse, but with someone else.
Sally Pryor After a career spanning five decades, Janet DeBoos retains the passion of an amateur in the original sense of the word.
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Sally Pryor Here is our guide to what is happening in Canberra's arts world for the week beginning May 16.
Kerry-Anne Cousins Maureen Williams' beautiful but enigmatic glass forms allow for the viewer's own interpretations.
Sally Pryor Here is our guide to what is happening in Canberra's arts world for the week beginning May 9.
Peter Haynes Artists individually and in collaboration explore different aspects of Central Desert mine, its history and impact on the environment.
Mary Ward Turns out Tinder might not be having such a big effect.
Sarah Berry People skills are positive, right?