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Farmers demand a seat at the Carriageworks table

Farmers demand a seat at the Carriageworks table

Market gardeners and other producers want to lock in the longevity of this inner-city institution.

  • by Linda Morris

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'Lots of dancing on the spot': Sculpture by the Sea forges ahead
Arts

'Lots of dancing on the spot': Sculpture by the Sea forges ahead

Founder David Handley says the Bondi exhibition is still aiming for its October launch, despite Melbourne's coronavirus lockdown setting plans "back to square one".

  • by Robert Moran
Architecture winners embrace the past while eyeing the future
Architecture

Architecture winners embrace the past while eyeing the future

The Australian Institute of Architects’ Victorian awards recognise the buildings that are shaping communities.

  • by Ray Edgar
Carriageworks set to be saved as lease and funding guaranteed
Coronavirus pandemic

Carriageworks set to be saved as lease and funding guaranteed

The Berejiklian government has backed a philanthropist-led lifeline to lift the multi-arts venue out of voluntary administration.

  • by Linda Morris
Two worlds collided: I married a modernist
Opinion
Style

Two worlds collided: I married a modernist

So Belle Epoque marries Modernist. Will this tear them apart?

  • by Anna Johnson
How to cope when a plant dies
Gardening

How to cope when a plant dies

The fact is we all kill plants. So how do we learn from it?

  • by Robin Powell
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Tom Gleghorn: the famous artist who Australia forgot
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Review

Tom Gleghorn: the famous artist who Australia forgot

Patrick White was a fan and Robert Hughes featured him in a joke. Now 95, the once-prominent artist gets a well-deserved new burst in the spotlight.

  • by John McDonald
Secrets and lives revealed
What's on

Secrets and lives revealed

When Tilly Lees was offered the role of artist in residence at Gallery Lane Cove she wanted to get beneath the surface of the affluent suburb.

  • by Nick Galvin
Indigenous culture revealed in art, says Buxton's Ryan Johnston
Indigenous art

Indigenous culture revealed in art, says Buxton's Ryan Johnston

The director of Buxton Contemporary has nominated 'Tjala Tjukurpa/Honey Ant Story' by Yaritji Young as one of his favourite local works.

  • by Kerrie O'Brien
Papers, please: the story behind the 'Checkpoint Barkly' sign
Arts

Papers, please: the story behind the 'Checkpoint Barkly' sign

An anonymous artist's satirical sign which briefly marked the border into West Footscray is raising money for those locked down in North Melbourne's public housing towers.

  • by John Bailey
Darkest hours inspire artistic response
Arts

Darkest hours inspire artistic response

Artist John R. Walker has produced powerful works inspired by Australia's summer of devastating bushfires.

  • by Steve Meacham