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Living Lanes

Calling all artists! Blue Mountains City Council and Toolo have joined forces to revitalize five laneways in Katoomba with art installations as part of the Living Lanes project. Ha’Penny Lane is one of the lanes chosen. The Co-op is very keen to engage with and support artists who are contemplating submitting ideas. As long term tenants we … Read more

Local artists announced for Living Lanes

Georgina Donovan and_Freedom_Wilson Mushroom Matrix

Download Media Release Five laneways in the Katoomba town centre are set to be transformed by five new contemporary art installations created by local artists for Living Lanes; the new visual arts project dedicated to strengthening the liveability and vibrancy of our towns. An Expression of Interest opened at the beginning of 2021 for artists … Read more

Our Artists

Georgina Donovan and_Freedom_Wilson Mushroom Matrix

Five laneways across Katoomba town centre are set to be transformed by the following 5 local artists: Heidi Axelsen + Hugo Moline ‘The Gift’- Church Lane Heidi Axelsen and Hugo Moline are artists living in Katoomba who work across architecture, installation, social process and public art. They make site-specific devices, discursive machines and social infrastructures. … Read more

The Selection Panel

Selection Panel Living Lanes

Artwork proposals for Living Lanes were evaluated by a panel featuring leading members of the Blue Mountains artistic community. Applications were assessed on but not limited to: creative approach to addressing sustainability, innovative approach to interpretation of public laneway spaces, calibre/experience of artist/s/team and audience experience. Artists were also asked to consider 3D, kinetic, interactive, … Read more

Announcing: Living Lanes, a new visual arts project in the heart of Katoomba

Patricia Lane-Gonzalez Justin Morrissey Paul Brinkman

5 Installations | 5 Laneways  Living Lanes is a visual arts project that aims to create a series of new contemporary art  installations revitalising five laneways in Katoomba’s town centre.  An Expression of Interest was put to the diverse community of Greater Western Sydney artists to submit artwork proposals that would engage and inspire visitors … Read more

Living Lanes Logo

Living Lanes recognises that Dharug and Gundungurra Traditional Owners have a continuous and deep connection to their Country and that this is of great cultural significance to Aboriginal people, both locally and in the region. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.