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Labyrinth a maze of perspectives

By Melissa Sheil ANDREA Vinkovic may be credited with making the Labyrinth sculpture at this year’s Sculpture by the Sea, but the artist says the work was very much a joint collaboration between fellow ceramicists and sculptors. Twenty-seven helpers from ...

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Bellevue playwright takes the stage

By Claire Ottaviano BELLEVUE resident Luke Heath will make his debut as writer and co-director at Perth Fringe World Festival 2021 with his play Dream Girl. The play premieres this Saturday at the Don Russell Performing Arts Center and continues ...

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Rising star takes out top arts award

Robert Juniper Award

By Claire Ottaviano AS well as being a young artist and entrepreneur with her own fashion label 18-year-old Cara Baldwin, who has Downs Syndrome, is also the first person with a disability to receive the prestigious Robert Juniper Award for ...

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Final puzzle piece nestled in gallery

By Melissa Sheil THE anonymous artist claiming responsibility for giant nests mysteriously popping up around Kalamunda has released the final piece in the collection with a much smaller nest appearing in the Zig Zag Cultural Centre last week. Nest one, ...

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Musical suite inspired by 1879 disaster

Musical inspired by disaster

By Sally McGlew WRITING public disasters to music is no easy feat but for Lesmurdie composer and folk musician Iris Jones it’s a gift that just keeps giving and something that comes easily to her creative spirit. Originally hailing from ...

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