Art Lovers Out in Force

Art Lovers Out in Force

    Perth’s enthusiastic aesthetes have been out in force over the last few days, with two charming exhibitions of paintings opening in Claremont and Mosman Park. The vibrant and evocative works of Ingrid Windram and Bronwen Newbury have added to an...
Sculpture from Rubbish by the Sea

Sculpture from Rubbish by the Sea

      Here’s a sculpture you’ll never see by the sea… But you might have seen parts of it in the sea, or at your local beach. This wonderful contrivance of flotsam and jetsam, “Tragedy of Plastic,” is by Lisa Samaha, one of Perth’s true crusaders for...
Film: Hara Kiri – Death of a Samurai

Film: Hara Kiri – Death of a Samurai

    Set in a relatively peaceful period of Japan’s feudal era, Hara Kiri: Death of a Samurai  is a reflective and beautifully filmed discourse on the samurai code of honour. It begins with a middle-aged unemployed samurai Hanshiro (Ebizo Ichikawa) turning up...
Fab French Film Fest Starts This Week

Fab French Film Fest Starts This Week

  Lovers of  French cinema will be spoiled for choice during the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival which opens in Perth on Tuesday, March 19. Forty three films will be shown over a hectic 20 days, with as  many as four sessions a day at Cinema Paradiso and...
Culture by the Sea

Culture by the Sea

  All eyes are on a massive skeleton, a heavily pregnant lady and a giant kangaroo down at Cottesloe Beach. They’re among the 70-plus drawcards at this year’s Sculptures by the Sea exhibition, running for 18 days. The Starfish was at cocktails heralding this...
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