Launched in 2021, The Mosman Art Walk is a community event presented by the Mosman High Art Committee in partnership with Mosman High School and Mosman Council.
This year, the walk takes place over 18 days, 23 February - 12 March, supporting local businesses and local artists, as well as our local high school's talented young art students.
The aim is to encourage people to get out and about and enjoy Mosman's beautiful shopping village while viewing great artworks, from paintings to sculptures to etchings, many by people who live and work in Mosman. Some of Australia's most respected artists are taking part, including Ken Done, Ann Cape, Neil Taylor, Ian Grant, Pamela Honeyfield and Dana Dion.
During the event, you can walk around Mosman Village and view around 40 artworks from professional artists in selected shop windows. All works are for sale, so if you see something you like, you can purchase it by scanning the QR code featured in the shop window.
Of the sale proceeds, 70% goes to the contributing artists and 30% as a generous donation to support art education at Mosman High School.
Take your time and enjoy wandering around the streets. You can do the walk all in one go or take a break and enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner en route. The walk is about 3km and you can go as quickly or slowly as you like. So grab the kids, a friend, the dog or a coffee and experience the best Mosman has to offer with this unique free art exhibition.