City of Wanneroo’s art advisory committee members decided upon


Local artist Suzanne Logue with Le Buse statues. Picture: Martin Kennealey d477155
Local artist Suzanne Logue with Le Buse statues. Picture: Martin Kennealey d477155

TWO Rocks artist Suzanne Logue, Wanneroo’s William Dennis and Jeremy Blank, of Mindarie, will be community representatives on the City of Wanneroo’s art advisory committee for another two years.

The council agreed to appoint the three nominees to the committee at its November 14 meeting.

Ms Logue has been on the committee for the past four years and is a member of Wanneroo Art Society, North Coast Art Club, Sun City Artists Association and the Joondalup Community Arts Association.

She said she really enjoyed being involved and giving the City advice on what art works to buy for its collection as well as public art.

“I didn’t know much about public art and I’ve learnt a lot from it,” she said.

Mr Dennis has been on the committee for the past two years, is also a member of the Wanneroo Joondalup Art Society and won the sculpture category at last year’s City of Wanneroo Art Awards.

Mr Blank has also been on the committee for two years and his experience include lecturing at Central TAFE, UWA, ECU and Curtin University. He also established the North Gallery in Mindarie.

Council delegates for the arts advisory committee are councillors Linda Aitken and Frank Cvitan with Samantha Fenn a deputy delegate.

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