Sally Pryor, Canberra Times

Sally Pryor

Canberra Times

Canberra, ACT, Australia

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  • Canberra Times
  • The Examiner
  • The Courier
  • The Advocate
  • The Sydney Morning Herald
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Past articles by Sally:

Canberra artist G.W. Bot is still walking in the poet's garden of the Australian landscape

As features editor at The Canberra Times, I love telling people things they didn't know - or even things they've always known - about the city we live in. → Read More

The incredible history of University House at the Australian National University

University House at the Australian National University was a showcase for art and design when it opened - and safe from nuclear catastrophe → Read More

The incredible history of University House at the Australian National University

University House at the Australian National University was a showcase for art and design when it opened -... → Read More

The incredible history of University House at the Australian National University

University House at the Australian National University was a showcase for art and design when it opened -... → Read More

David Broker passes baton to Janice Falsone after 16 years at Canberra Contemporary Art Space

Janice Falsone is the former head of PhotoAccess, with 10 years' experience in Canberra's arts scene. → Read More

Celebrating the international success of the National Museum of Australia's hit show Songlines

It was a hit at the National Museum of Australia. Now Songlines has caused a stir in the UK, and is now headed to Berlin and Paris. → Read More

The much-loved lighting installation on the corner of Bunda Street in Civic is switching off

The new owners have different plans for the ground floor of the prominent city block. → Read More

National Gallery of Australia plans very different summer when lockdown ends

It will be the first summer without an international art blockbuster for many years. → Read More

The world around us will have changed completely post-Covid, and this includes how we design buildings

The National Gallery of Australia, soon to turn 40, is an example of life-enhancing architecture. Picture: Karleen Minney Of all the aspects of daily life that will be irreversibly changed by Covid, we probably haven't given enough thought to architecture, and the buildings we live in, work near and walk past every day. → Read More

In Canberra, we know how to be good to each other

Willing shoper Debbie Hart, of Nicholls, with dog Zoe, is among the Canberrans that have offered to pick up groceries for people in quarantine. Picture: Karleen Minney COVID-19 took longer than expected to reach the capital, but when it happened, the city was ready. → Read More

A pair of Melbourne artists from the 1930s are finally getting the recognition they deserve

Ethel Spowers and Eveline Syme were at the cutting edge of the 1930s Melbourne art scene but until now have gone largely unnoticed. → Read More

Canberra-born indigenous artist Dean Cross is savouring his moment in the sun

For Canberra-born indigenous artist Dean Cross, the concept of home, and of leaving, has always been complicated. → Read More

Bentspoke brewers stoked to be included with iconic Aussie products in Boris Johnson's gift hamper

The Canberra icon could well become a British favourite. → Read More

Canberra film festival blocked from promoting film set in Palestine

Facebook restored the ad after queries from The Canberra Times. → Read More

Ben Lee is back in Australia, bringing his tour to Canberra's Street Theatre

Ben Lee may hang out with celebrities a lot, but he'll always be the 90s rocker we know and love. → Read More

Prolific romance writer Valerie Parv, who sold more than 34 million books, has died suddenly

Dubbed the queen of Australian romance, she was a mentor to up-and-coming writers. → Read More

A sea of voices, and Scott Morrison still didn't want to listen

There's a reason people use megaphones at protests, Mr Morrison. It's because people like you are tone deaf. → Read More

National Museum marks 20 years on the Acton Peninsula

The controversies have died down, renovations are under way, and director Mathew Trinca is looking towards the future. → Read More

Brisbane band george will be looking back on their classic album Polyserena, 20 years on

When their album went platinum, they were completely stunned. → Read More

Vincent Van Gogh's Sunflowers will soon be on display at the new blockbuster at the National Gallery of Australia

There was a sense of optimism at the NGA this week. → Read More