, 2022-12-09 17:00:00,
C.W. brings you the latest in arts and entertainment news from across the Canberra region. Highlights this week include local artists taking first place in the Hornsby Art Prize and a nearby NSW National Park recognized as a hidden gem.
History of photography in books.
The National Library of Australia Publishing celebrates the work of a renowned Australian photographer in its new book, joseph evanswritten and curated by former ANU art history professor Sasha Grishin AM FAHA.
The art historian conducted many in-depth interviews with the photographer, which, along with his exclusive access to her archives, meant he was able to provide a unique perspective on her work.
Joyce Evans believed that in stillness and silence one can feel the spirit of the subject, something she set out to capture throughout her impressive career. With over 18 solo exhibitions to her credit, the artist, gallery director, collector and speaker played a pivotal role in Australia’s photographic art landscape.
Two of Joyce Evans’ images are on display at Viewfinder: photography from the 1970s to now at the National Library of Australia until April 30, 2023; nla.gov.au
CIMF 2023 to delight the child in us
The Canberra International Music Festival has launched its program for 2023, and it’s packed with 10 glorious days of music making, bringing Canberra to life next autumn, from 27 April to 7 May.
With around 150 international and Australian musicians in 28 concerts, the…
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