Bronwen Dugan is an independent arts professional and emerging sculptural installation artist who has a passion for creating art in the public realm. She is inspired by its capacity to engage, enchant or disrupt us as individuals, and unite us as communities.
She participated in two temporary public art projects in 2013: Art in Odd Places (AiOP):Number/Australia and SEE - Public Art Project, Manly. Her work Maze was a site-specific sculptural installation created in collaboration with architect Anna Harris for AiOP.
Bronwen lives on the Northern Beaches of Sydney and is actively involved in the local arts community as a member of the Manly Arts Festival Working Group. She is currently curating Express Yourself 2015, an upcoming exhibition at the Manly Art Gallery & Museum. Bronwen has a degree in Visual Arts and is nearing completion of a Master of Curating and Cultural Leadership at UNSW Art & Design.
Bronwen was inspired to participate in On Islands : Eramboo 2014 due to the exciting possibilities enabled by cross-disciplinary collaboration. The theme reminded her of a sublime island experience from long ago that will inform the collaborative work.
Bronwen is part of team Archipelago