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Previews, reviews and interviews
Culture
Site Works A reconstructed vision of the city
by Joseph Earp
Building sites become places of art, under a new City of Sydney requirement.
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The Mummy Me, Myself and The Mummy
by Cameron Williams
Universal's classic monster movie is revived and built around Tom Cruise's ego.
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To Each Their Own Photography Exhibition
by Alex Tighe
“We wanted to use art as a way to engage young, creative people, and we’re tying that into doing something beneficial for the community."
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Coming Home An interview with the publisher Minh Bui Jones
by Kean Wong
Minh Bui Jones came home last year.
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Raiders of a Lost Art Lost soundtracks to classic Australian films are turning up in the hands of a Melbourne music detective
by Michael Dwyer
"It's just the kinda music I like," he shrugs. "Someone's got to preserve it. This stuff has to be honoured and shared."
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Slow Dancer In A Mood
by Alex Tighe
“I wanted to narrate less and capture more on this record.”
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Wheels of Steel Meet the Mr. Whippy of vinyl records
by Barry Divola
George Pizer fell in love with the former flower delivery truck as soon as he saw it advertised on Gumtree.
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More Songs About Buildings, Dinosaurs and Food
by Justine Clarke
How to sing for your children and for yourself.
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Jim Morrison: Breaking on through Ghosts in The Machine
by Karyn Bloxham
Meaning shifts in the space between life and death.
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On King Street, He’s A King Hanging out with John Kennedy, bard of the inner west
by Barry Divola
“Where did they go, those golden nights? Was it the drugs or was it just that the time was right?”
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Your Name In Lights Some first-hand experiences and advice from a woman in Australian music
by Jen Cloher
“Women in Australian music can no longer be erased from the history books.”
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David Bowie: When I live my dream Ghosts in The Machine
by Michael Dwyer
See you next time David.
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