Arts and Public Program Panel

The Arts and Public Program Panel provides expert advice on developing the character and identity of Barangaroo arts and cultural, civic and community programs. 

Arts and cultural activity at Barangaroo is a vital element in the successful creation of Barangaroo and to secure its place in the national cultural landscape.

The Barangaroo Delivery Authority has established an Arts and Public Program Panel to provide expert advice on developing the character and identity of the Barangaroo precinct through a range of arts and cultural, civic and community programs. 

The panel oversees the Barangaroo Public Art and Cultural Plan that establishes the framework for a multi-million dollar investment in public art and cultural programming. You'll find more information on the plan here. 

As at June 2017, the panel members are:

  • Chair Gabrielle Trainor AO, Chair of the National Film and Sound Archive, and co-chaired a Federal Government review of the Australia Council for the Arts. She was a member of the Barangaroo Delivery Authority Board for nine years until 2016.
  • Stuart Buchanan, broadcaster, curator, digital transformation
  • Lee-Ann Buckskin, Deputy Chair, Australia Council for the Arts
  • Wesley Enoch, Artistic Director, Sydney Festival
  • Lisa Havilah, CEO, Carriageworks
  • Craig van der Laan, CEO, Barangaroo Delivery Authority
  • Alison Page, designer and artist
  • Leon Paroissien AM, specialist in public art and a former Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Noel Staunton, an independent creative director and producer
  • Peter Young AM, Board Member, Barangaroo Delivery Authority 

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