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Selection Panel

The Inner North Art Prize welcomes three outstanding members of the Inner North arts community who have been selected from a range of art disciplines and arts related fields.


The selection panel will be assessing all entries to the Inner North Art Prize and assessing them against the prize’s selection criteria. Finalists will be chosen to exhibit their work in the Inner North Art Prize exhibition, and the winning entries will be selected by our panel.


We would like to take this opportunity to recognise the selection panel’s commitment to supporting and promoting the Canberran art community and are grateful for their generous support in selecting this year’s Inner North Art Prize finalists and winners.

2017 Selectors

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Rachael Coghlan

Rachael Coghlan was born to judge an Inner North Arts Prize. Well sure, she was technically born in North Sydney and grew up in Belconnen but since her early twenties, she’s slowly gravitated through O’Connor, Ainslie and Reid in an ever tightening circle around the joyous heart of Canberra’s best bits. When she’s not gazing up at Mt Ainslie while sipping a hot cup of tea, Rachael’s been hard at work in the cultural sector: in Old Parliament House and the National Portrait Gallery, the National Museum of the Inner North Australia and most recently as CEO/Artistic Director of Craft ACT and their annual DESIGN Canberra festival. She’s also doing a PhD in museum studies at the Australian National University.

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Genevieve Jacobs

Genevieve Jacobs began her media career on rural newspapers, writing about everything from court reports to darts tournaments. She has written for a number of national magazine and lectured on gardening and the arts, and ran Australia’s Open Garden Scheme in the ACT and Southern NSW. She has been on air at ABC Canberra for the past ten years, beginning on weekend gardening and arts before moving on to Afternoons and now the Mornings show where she covers a wide range of local stories. Genevieve is also the patron of a number of Canberra charities and foundations and enjoys making strong connections with the Canberra community. 

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Michael Cammack

Michael Cammack is a graduate of the ANU School of Art Furniture workshop. He was trained by the late master designer/maker George Ingham, and returned to ANU as a Graduate in Residence to undertake project work with internationally acclaimed architect Glenn Murcutt. His work has since featured in a number of exhibitions and expo’s around Australia. During this period he practiced conservation picture framing, and worked with various art galleries. In 2011, Michael established Canberra City Framing Gallery. Focusing on design and craftsmanship, the Framing Gallery has become well recognised for its high quality. Its rent-free exhibition space has held more than 60 shows since opening. Canberra Contemporary Art Space currently operates the gallery, which continues to provide a platform for artists in the region.