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NAIDOC Week is on now and, to celebrate, Inside Out magazine has joined forces with Yalari to support its goal of empowering Indigenous youth through education while also offering readers the chance to win a beautiful, original painting by a rising First Nations art star. Purchase one or more raffle tickets – priced at $10 each – to go in the running to win Station 4, a luminous picture of Arrernte Country north of Mparntwe (Alice Springs) by Arrernte and Kalkadoon artist Thea Anamara Perkins. All proceeds will go towards the secondary education scholarships offered by Yalari to Indigenous children from regional and remote communities. Entries close August 4.
Voting for the Best Residential Interior – Readers' Choice category in the 2021 Belle Fanuli Interior Design Awards is open now. Select your favourite residential design from the 10 outstanding projects shortlisted – including Budge Over Dover by YSG Studio (pictured) – and you will go in the running to receive a Flexform 'Joyce' armchair from Fanuli in the colour of your choice, valued at $4060. See all of the finalists in this year's awards program in the August/September issue of Belle – on sale Monday!
With her restrained palette giving a serenity to unexpected groupings of everyday subjects that can be somewhat disquieting, artist Ebony Truscott puts her keen observer's eye into still-life works that probe the boundaries of the genre while adhering to its conventions. In 'Your Name in Butter', her solo exhibition at Melbourne's Niagara galleries, the pieces give a sense of these objects – drooping enoki mushrooms, a puffer or a solo earplug – having been abandoned while the owner is just out of frame, as in Butter on plate with ship painting. Until July 24.
Join operatic mezzo-soprano Lyla Levy-Jordan and internationally renowned répétiteur and accompanist Sharolyn Kimmorley AM, for an intimate recital in the chapel of St Columba, Woollahra. Spend the afternoon delighting in episodes of love, loss and suffering through the song cycles of Frauenliebe und Leben by Robert Schumann and Les nuits d'été by Hector Berlioz as well as some of opera's greatest hits by Mozart, Dvořák, Gershwin and more. Sunday, August 1 at 4pm. Tickets available through Eventbrite; children $10 and adults $35.
With chapters carrying such titles as Theatrical Delight and French Couture it's fair to assume Barbara Lane's work is extensive and varied. The New York-based designer offers élan and elegance, with an artisanal edge, and the properties featured here are high-end and impressive. Art is a major component with many of the homes akin to galleries, displaying the work of a rollcall of notables such as Roy Lichtenstein, Cindy Sherman and Cy Twombly.
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