ABOUT THE HEADLAND ARTISTS
The Headland Artists are a thriving artistic community situated in a cluster of historic military buildings, overlooking the entrance to Sydney Harbour in Mosman.
Once the home of the Borogegal people, for almost 150 years the headland was a strategic military post used for the protection of Sydney Harbour with fortifications and barracks.
Now the old army buildings have been converted into the Headland Park Artist Precinct, with 20 working artists' studios, 3 art schools, and Coburn's Art Conservation with painters, sculptors, potters and photographers work together as a community.
Surrounding the artists' studios are bush-walking tracks with dappling water views, historic fortifications and the delightful Frenchy’s Café. There is also a sculpture garden of large sculptures. The beautiful park and surrounds are managed by the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust.
Open studios are held 3 times a year when studios are open to visitors and works can be purchased directly from the artists. Click here for a list of upcoming exhibitions.