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The Mother Wound

Losing a beloved family member is never easy, but what’s it like when your mother is brutally murdered – by your father? Amani Haydar writes about this in The Mother Wound which won the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction 2022.

Blak & Blu art award draws passionate responses

Blak & Blu art award for ink on A4 paper showed just how passionate the artists who entered are about social justice said judge and multiple Archibald Prize Finalist Kathrin Longhurst.

Painters shed light on lockdown drear

With galleries closed during lockdown, I hankered after colour and beauty and a sense that the world was larger than the humdrum knick-knacks I...

Just making faces

An important condition of the Archibald Prize is that the portrait of an individual “distinguished in the arts, letters, science or politics” has to...