Search Results: National Gallery of Australia

  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Childlike wonder redeems inscrutable Houdini

    • Tim Kroenert
    • 13 March 2008

    Tough times call for tough measures — the McGarvie women comprise a single-parent family in a male-dominated society, so you can hardly blame them for making a living the best way they can. Houdini is all charm and showmanship, with hidden depths and dark secrets.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    The cultural heritage cost of Kakadu tourism

    • Colin Long
    • 05 February 2008
    2 Comments

    From Ubirr, the wetlands, verdant and abundant with birdlife, stretch to the fringing escarpment. In a place so full of the beauties of nature, one feels keenly the absence of its traditional owners. For Australian and overseas visitors to experience this view, they lost their land.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Future doctor's challenge to Federal Health Minister

    • Matthew Dobson
    • 23 January 2008
    5 Comments

    More money will not necessarily buy quality healthcare system. How funding is spent is critical. Despite the spending disparity, health outcomes in the United States are comparable to those of Costa Rica.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Aboriginal art before it became an industry

    • Rosemary Crumlin
    • 22 January 2008

    At Turkey Creek, George Mung had carved a statue out of a piece of tree, a work of extraordinary beauty. Here it was, sitting on top of a hot-water system. 'You take it,' he said, 'I'll do another one.' (Eureka Street March 1991)

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Pomp and circumstance

    • Tim Martyn
    • 18 May 2007

    Tim Martyn gets up close and personal on the campaign trail

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  • RELIGION

    In praise of hypocrisy

    • Andrew Hamilton
    • 15 May 2007
    2 Comments

    Symbolic gestures, whether at personal or at national level, are effective, even though they will have a barely measurable effect on water supply or global warming. Our world becomes different, and our sense of what has priority in it also changes.

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  • ENVIRONMENT

    Bodies and brains already merged with computer power

    • Tim Thwaites
    • 11 December 2006
    1 Comment

    The animated family conversation was becoming louder. Looking for signs that it was disturbing the other passengers, there was no need to worry. On a tram which was two-thirds full, almost all were staring into space, plugged into their iPods.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    News from everywhere

    • Eureka Street editors
    • 09 July 2006

    Latham negotiates political ladders, lovely views at the gallery and passports to freedom.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Surviving

    • Caroline Williamson
    • 09 July 2006

    Poem by Caroline Williamson

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  • INFORMATION

    Peace drums in Europe

    • Michael McKernan, Frank O’Shea, Mark Deasey, Morag Fraser, John Carmody, Brigid Hains, Pip Robertson
    • 03 July 2006

    Peace drums, Irish visitor, Travellers’ tales, Epiphanies, Deep structure, Counter-terrorism kits, Circling the square

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  • AUSTRALIA

    It comes down to Trafalgar Square

    • Morag Fraser
    • 26 June 2006
    1 Comment

    As the first anniversary of the London bombings approaches, people celebrate England's football victory, and Trafalgar Square is under repair. Celebration and cleaning mark the resilience of London and its refusal to allow fear to dominate public life.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Colourful ties

    • Jenny Zimmer
    • 15 June 2006

    Jenny Zimmer looks at Patrick McCaughey’s The Bright Shapes and the True Names.

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