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Headland Artists: Open Studios Day + Annual Exhibition

  • Free
  • No booking required
  • Purchase directly from local artists
  • Open Studios Day: 10am to 5pm on Saturday, 19 October
  • Exhibition: 10am to 5pm on Saturday, 19 October. Thereafter, 10am to 4pm daily until 27 October. 
  • Car
  • Bus
  • Ferry
  • Foot
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Meeting Point

Headland Park Artist Precinct, Read Place (cnr Middle Head Rd & Best Ave), Georges Heights, Mosman NSW 2088


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The Headland Park Artist Precinct at Georges Heights, Mosman is home to the Headland Artists – a thriving collective of painters, potters, sculptors and photographers.

To celebrate Festival of Mosman, the Headland Artists are hosting two events for the community...


Open Studios Day (19 October)

Open Studios Day is an opportunity for visitors to meet and purchase works directly from the local artists who occupy a cluster of historic military buildings that have been sympathetically repurposed as studio and gallery spaces. On 19 October, 20 studios and three art schools will be open to the public.


Annual Exhibition (19 to 27 October)

This exhibition will be held in the Landship Gallery near Frenchy's Cafe and the Harbour Trust’s outdoor sculpture collection. It will feature works by Sung Hee Ahn (abstract landscapes), Pamela Twomey (seascapes), Tara Winona (animals), Sally Hawthorne (paintings), Stephen Coburn (metal sculptures), Feyona van Stom (ceramics), Ashley Morgan (abstract expressionism), Petra Klaus (animals), Gail Berkman (paintings), Les Gock (figurative paintings), Mulan Gock (ceramics), Paul Kemp (symmetry structure paintings), Rob Dujin (plein air paintings), Chantal Mahoney ('Keyboard of Colour' paintings) and Libby Gilkes (ceramics).

For more information, including upcoming exhibitions at the Headland Park Artist Precinct, visit



Plan Ahead

By car: Drive along Middle Head Road, Mosman and turn off at Suakin Drive or Best Avenue for parking near Read Place at Georges Heights.

By bus: Sydney Buses operate buses to Georges Heights on weekdays. The 244 service, which departs from Wynyard, stops opposite Read Place. 

By ferry: Sydney Buses operate the 238 services, which collects passengers who arrive by ferry at Taronga Zoo’s Athol Wharf from Circular Quay. Once aboard the 238 service, alight on Middle Head Road near Beaconsfield Road and walk ten minutes to reach Read Place at Georges Heights.

For further information, including timetables, visit the Transport NSW website.

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