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Eagles soar high in Lion’s lair

of crows, then a lifesize rhino and now it’s a hooded eagle that has seen hills artist, Mikaela Castledine being lauded for her art. Mikaela’s arresting sculpture of a wedge-tailed eagle, crocheted out of polypropylene, has just taken out first ...

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Artists at Zig Zag Gallery

THE Artists Garden, an exhibition by Russell and Una Bell, opens on Sunday, December 14 at 11am. The Bells of Mundaring will present two different approaches to art. Mr Bell has done more traditional paintings based on his garden. Mrs ...

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A coup for young artists

YEAR 11 and 12 visual arts students from Helena College have been invited to exhibit alongside community artists in an upcoming exhibition in the Perth Hills. Visual art teacher Sandra-Lee Murphy said the invitation was a coup for the young ...

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Students perform with orchestra

THE WA Mandolin Orchestra is combining forces with Governor Stirling Senior High School classical guitar ensemble to present an evening of works by Latin American, Spanish, Irish, German and Scandinavian composers. They will be performing one three-movement piece together and ...

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Artists fiery work smoulders

MAZENOD College is hosting its 21st annual fine art exhibition this weekend featuring artists Daniella Panizza and Kalamunda artist Sandie Schroder. Ms Schroder series of art works were created by burning paper with a range of tools and different techniques ...

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Hall’s art is inspired by nature

ART lovers will enjoy an exhibition by natural life painter Sandra Hall which will be held in Darlington next month. Where Nature Sings is Hall’s latest exhibition of works which will be held at the Gallery at 2 Montrose Avenue ...

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What to do with Rolf’s art?

THE Mayor of Bassendean’s controversial move to remove Rolf Harris’s photograph from the council chambers in May was vindicated this week following the announcement of a guilty verdict. Bassendean Mayor John Gangell said he did have reservations about moving the ...

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An afternoon of silly songs

DO you enjoy satire? Are you a music-lover? Do you hanker after the days when songs could be clever and funny without using language that meant they couldn’t be sung in front of the children? If so, get along to ...

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A new concert is now in the mix

THE Shire of Kalamunda has announced a new youth event, which will debut this week. The In the Mix concert will be held on Friday 27 June at the Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre. Not only will the concert feature a ...

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