Sophisticated wall art or a next level selfie? Mosman is crushing on photos of itself – and art loving locals just can’t get enough. It could be a deeper appreciation for the outdoors, or perhaps the extra hours spent closer to home in the Covid era, but Mosman locals are loving one snapper’s super high resolution “neighbourhood” aerial wall prints.
Spending too much time at your desk? Want to raise your fitness level in a fun, active way? Do you miss being out on the water? Middle Harbour Amateur Sailing Club has just launched its 72nd annual season and is encouraging keen competitors to try Laser sailing.
Entries are now open for the 2020 Mosman Art Prize. The annual exhibition will take place 26 August – 4 October at Mosman Art Gallery. The Mosman Art Prize is the longest running and most prestigious municipal art prize in Australia.
A local photographer has found a clever way to beat the boredom of isolation during the Coronavirus pandemic, capturing stunning images of local pooches, for a community initiative with Mosman Collective.
He is Mosman Rugby Club’s oldest player – who shows no signs of hanging up the boots just yet. Michael ‘Monkey’ Munro recently notched up an incredible 600 games for the Whales, cementing his legendary status at Rawson Oval, where he’s been playing since 1971.
She’s the fashion powerhouse and society darling, who pioneered online luxury retail brand Sportif - and now Sydney “IT GIRL” Deborah Symond O‘Neil is on her way to Mosman, with a new concept boutique for women of all ages.
Telco pioneer James Spenceley is one of the youngest Australians to run a billion dollar company. The 41-year-old founded Focus Communications in 2007, leading the business to market capitalisation of more than $5 billion in 2016.
His ubiquitous technicolour images of Sydney Harbour put Australia firmly on the world stage bank in the 1980’s, making acclaimed artist Ken Done a multi millionaire in the process. Now aged 77, and with some tough years behind him, the iconic painter is at the peak of his career.
He is a veteran broadcaster who is recognised as one of Australia’s best newsmen. And during a career that spanned almost 50 years, Steve Liebmann covered some of the biggest moments in history, many of them as anchor of channel Nine’s Today Show.