The Selection Panel

The Selection Panel

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, tactile and sensory experiences.

Check out our panel below:

Paul Mosig

Paul Mosig is a Katoomba based artist and designer. Paul has exhibited internationally, nationally and at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre. He is co-founder of the web design agency Racket. 

Claire Healy

Claire Healy is a Blackheath based artist whose practice predominantly involves the creation of sculpture and installation work – much of it site-specific and of monumental scale. Claire has represented Australia at the Venice Biennale and has shown her works at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) and numerous other galleries, including the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre.  

Rachel Arndt

Rachel Arndt is the Gallery Curator at The Condensery Somerset Regional Art Gallery. She formerly worked as the Senior Manager, Museum & Gallery Programs at Museums and Galleries, NSW. 

Paul Brinkman

Paul Brinkman is the current Manager Cultural Services for the Blue Mountains City Council. 

Justin Morrissey

Justin Morrissey is Exhibition Manager at Sculpture at Scenic World and former Site Manager at Sculpture by the Sea. He holds a Master of Creative Industries with Distinction and is currently undertaking a Churchill Fellowship looking at strategic programming for artist run initiatives. He is volunteer director of Toolo, the Blue Mountains Tool Library, based in Katoomba. 

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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.