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Striking art installation Rain Room debuts in Melbourne

Striking art installation Rain Room debuts in Melbourne

Rain Room, a large-scale interactive installation by the collaborative art studio Random International, will be exhibited in Melbourne from August 2019. This marks the work’s debut in the Southern Hemisphere. ...
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Soul elevation: culture and nature in Colorado

Soul elevation: culture and nature in Colorado

This story first appeared in Vacations & Travel magazine, autumn 2019, issue 110 Colorado’s capital, Denver, boasts vibrant urban arts and cultural attractions; and for the outdoor adventurer, the state’s dramatic ...
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Vacations & Travel issue 110: Design: Editor’s Picks

This story first appeared in Vacations & Travel magazine, autumn 2019, issue 110 Vacations & Travel editor Katrina Holden rounds up some of her top design picks from around the world... ...
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Snap it in Denver: 12 Denver's best photography spots

Snap it in Denver: 12 of the city’s best photography spots

This article was created in partnership with Visit Denver Check out some of the best spots for beautiful photo opportunities in Colorado’s capital Denver – or the Mile-High City. Whether ...
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Monet: Impression Sunrise coming to the NGA

Monet: Impression Sunrise coming to the NGA

Claude Monet’s seminal work, ‘Impression, Soleil levant’ (Impression, Sunrise) will be on display at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) from 7 June to 18 August 2019. The painting, which ...
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Leonardo da Vinci exhibitions on this year

Where to see Leonardo da Vinci works this year

2019 marks 500 years since the death of Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci. Most widely known as a painter, da Vinci is commonly considered one of the greatest of all ...
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Sculpture at Scenic World in the Blue Mountains opens

Sculpture at Scenic World in the Blue Mountains opens

There’s no better time to visit the Blue Mountains than autumn. While Sydney is still struggling to shake the warmth of late summer and the city’s trees remain various shades ...
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National Museum of Qatar now open

National Museum of Qatar now open

After eight years in the making, the National Museum of Qatar has officially opened, revealing Koichi Takada Architects’ stunningly designed interior architecture. The Sydney-based design firm won an international competition ...
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Parrtjima Festival returns to Alice Springs

Light festival returns to Alice Springs

The Parrtjima Festival is returning to Alice Springs this year, lighting up Australia’s Red Centre from 5 - 14 April. The free public Festival in Light is the only First ...
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Curiocity Brisbane: a new interactive science and technology festival

Curiocity Brisbane: a new interactive science and technology festival

Brisbane is set to become an open-air gallery for a series of interactive and immersive installations next month when Curiocity Brisbane takes over the Queensland capital. Running from 15 March ...
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