Meet the Sculpture team
With just eight weeks to go for the launch of Sculpture at Scenic World, the team is in full swing with behind-the-scenes work for the seventh annual exhibition.
Sculpture at Scenic World Exhibition Curator, Justin Morrissey has made his mark on the exhibition since stepping into the role in 2015.
Not one to stick to the four white walls of the gallery setting, Morrissey is well acquainted with the ancient rainforest setting, and has a keen eye for detail when it comes to curating artworks in a changing environment.
Exhibition and Events Coordinator Bianca D’Souza has been a part of the Scenic World team for the last four years. Bianca now brings her extensive tourism and events experience to the Sculpture team for the 2018 exhibition.
Technical Coordinator Clytie Smith is in charge of the effective delivery of the exhibition. Charged with overseeing installation, taking care of visitor and artist safety, and maintaining the exhibition’s 0% ecological impact on the environment, Clytie brings a wealth of experience to the role as a production and project manager.
Sculpture at Scenic World has an extensive free public program in 2018, including guided tours, curated artist talks and weekend workshops; all of which are organised by Public Programs Coordinator Kathleen Linn. This Blue Mountains local has a strong passion for art education, the community and the ways that people of all ages interpret and contextualise art.
Showcasing works from over 35 local, national and international artists among the stunning Jamison Valley, Sculpture at Scenic World appeals to all ages with creations ranging from subtle artworks to bold installations.
Accommodation packages are available, starting from $98 per person for two nights.
For more information, visit www.sculptureatscenicworld.com.au