Sculpture on the Edge

2019 Sculpture On The Edge Judges

By September 5, 2019 No Comments

Jodie Cox


Jodie has over 15 years’ experience working with collaborative teams of artists, designers and other professionals to find creative solutions for Australian cities and public spaces. She has extensive expertise in working with artists (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists) during all stages of public art development and delivery from curation and concept design to fabrication and installation. Since establishing CREATIVEMOVE, Jodie has completed numerous curatorial and project management activities for a range of clients, including: Yarrabilba Art Program (Lendlease), Wood Street Public Artworks (Mackay Regional Council), Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade Art Program (Lendlease), Citizens Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef (TTNQ), and Brunswick Street Mall Artworks (Brisbane City Council).

Ineke Dane


Ineke is an award-winning curator currently based in Brisbane, Australia. She has a background in law, policy, photography and journalism; these disciplines inform her practice.

Dane currently works with Urban Art Projects, a global leader in the fields of contemporary public art, design and architecture. Formerly she worked with John Kaldor AO under Kaldor Public Art Projects, and independent curator Barbara Flynn.

John Waldron


John Waldron is Director of Blue Sky View, a company offering arts research, planning, touring, programming and event management services for community, corporate and government stakeholders.

John has over thirty years experience in the arts and heritage sector and has worked as an education officer, gallery director, curator, producer and consultant.

John has project managed a range of public art projects and curated many social history and visual art exhibitions some of which have toured throughout the country and presented at regional, state and national venues.

Currently John is a doctoral candidate with QUT undertaking the Makeway Lab project, a clinical trial to examine the impact of a digital-based art intervention (mobile makerspace) to improve the mental health of long-term patients in hospitals on the Sunshine Coast.

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