Film: Bully

Film: Bully

  Bully, directed by Emmy-award winning filmmaker Lee Hirsch, is an insightful, at times confronting, documentary that provides a window into how bullying has affected five children and their families. A heart-broken father talking about his love for his bullied...
John Gould’s Prized Prints on Show

John Gould’s Prized Prints on Show

    Those interested in Australian fauna, flora, art and history are in for a treat with the Trowbridge Gallery in Claremont hosting a unique exhibition and sale of John Gould hand-coloured lithographs. Gould is well known for his meticulous lithographs, a...
Artist Andrew Carter goes chook-crazy

Artist Andrew Carter goes chook-crazy

  Artist Andrew Carter’s new Free Range exhibition at Gallows Gallery is aptly named: his paintings are riddled with chooks! “It reflects my ‘free range ‘ state-of-mind, since I moved to Denmark two years ago,” he says.     Since the move from Fremantle...
Film: Holy Motors

Film: Holy Motors

  The plot of this movie defies explanation. It is at once weird and wonderful, mad, bizarre, disgusting and unpredictable. It is designed to shock, and involves the audience with its conceptual boldness and challenging ideas. The director/writer Loes Carax says...
The Art of the Tea Pot

The Art of the Tea Pot

        There’s something about tea and teapots that always pulls a crowd. The Old Bakery on 8th Gallery is currently holding its fourteenth annual Tea Party exhibition of teapots. Gallery Manager Kath Lymon says teapot collectors flock from far...
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