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SOCIAL WORK: Sally Smart

December 9, 2018 |

Photo by Jeff Wassmann

Which member of your family influenced you the most?

S.S. The Artists in my family. 

Do you have a favourite family story? 

S.S. Love at first sight. 

What do you hope for?  

S.S. The World

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The Necks

December 9, 2018 |

INTERVIEW

by Steve Proposch

The Necks celebrate what it is to be a musician, living in the moment of the music, where a single note rings out in space and sparks an idea. Not even the band knows where … Read More

Deep Trouble: That Was Then This Is Now

November 22, 2018 |

SPECIAL EPISODE     Or listen on iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher

That Was Then, This Is Now involved young adults and award winning writers (and a publisher!) coming together on stage to discuss much loved modern classics that have made … Read More

Deep Trouble #9: Prof. Bain Attwood

November 18, 2018 |

with Dr Mark Halloran     Or listen on iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher

Professor Bain Attwood has published extensively on the history of colonialism and indigenous history. His latest book, The Good Country (Monash University Publishing): “eschews the generalisations of … Read More

Deep Trouble #8 – Tim Errington

November 14, 2018 |

with Dr Mark Halloran     Or listen on iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher

In this episode we are in conversation with biologist Dr Tim Errington, Director of Metascience for the Center for Open Science (COS), which is dedicated to the … Read More

Bowness Photography Prize 2018

November 7, 2018 |

Monash Gallery of Art Until 18 November 2018              

  IMAGES IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE

November 2018 COVER: Hoda AFSHAR, Portrait of Behrouz Boochani, Manus Island 2018, from the series Remain, pigment ink-jet … Read More

More Heat Than Light: BRETT WHITELEY

November 7, 2018 |

Baldessin/Whiteley: Parallel Visions National Gallery of Victoria until 28 January 2019

by Alexandra Sassé  

 

Prolific, intense and successful, Brett Whiteley’s art and life have been difficult to separate. Twenty-six years after his untimely death, his work lives on … Read More

Deep Trouble #7: Manisha Anjali

November 7, 2018 |

with Dr Mark Halloran     Or listen on iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher

Indian-Fijian poet Manisha Anjali was born in Suva, the capital of Fiji, and we begin by discussing the importance of familial and national history in the development … Read More

SALON November 2018

November 6, 2018 |

Megan COPE, The Blaktism 2014, single-channel HD video, edition 2 of 5, 8:04 minutes. State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia. Purchased through the TomorrowFund, Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation, 2015 © the artist, courtesy THIS IS … Read More

Finding the Art in Phuket

November 5, 2018 |

The Art of Tolerance

Anthony S Cameron   They say that you can feel the pulse of a place through its traffic, that you can sense its spirit as it dances on the tar. If this is the case, then … Read More