Anne Loxley is a curator and writer who works with contemporary artists both in and outside gallery contexts, in communities and in public spaces. As Senior Curator, C3West, for Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art, she develops innovative ways for artists to work with non-arts organisations to address strategic issues and engage with communities. Recent C3West projects include Blacktown Native Institution Artists Camps (2014-15), Ivan and Heather Morison’s Sleepers Awake and Michel Tuffery’s Transforma (both 2014).
Previously she directed Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest, the Olympic Co-ordination Authority’s Public Art Program and the National Trust’s S.H. Ervin Gallery. A founding member of the City of Sydney’s Public Art Advisory Panel and a former Sydney Morning Herald art critic, she has been named one of Sydney’s most influential people.