mu studio gallery is surrounded by 20 artist studios, 3 art schools, Frenchy’s Cafe, bush ­walking tracks, historic fortifications and a spectacular view to the entrance of Sydney Harbour.

Within the historic Headland Park Artist Precinct in the Sydney Harbourside area of Georges Heights in Mosman, stands a small cottage at the end of the path. For more than one hundred years “The Gardener’s Cottage” was part of the Middle Head Military Post. Today it is home to the studio and gallery of Sydney ceramicist Mulan Gock.

mu is a tranquil space for the creation and exhibition of handmade ceramic objects from collector’s pieces to unique tableware. The gallery room features regular exhibitions by Sydney potters and sculptors as well as Mulan’s own distinctive work.



The Headland Artists are a thriving artistic community situated in a cluster of historic military buildings, overlooking the entrance to Sydney Harbour at Georges Heights in Mosman.

Once the home of the Borogegal people, for almost 150 years the headland was a strategic military post used for the protection of Sydney Harbour with fortifications and barracks.

Now the old army buildings have been converted into the Headland Park Artist Precinct, with 20 working artists’ studios, 3 art schools, Coburn’s art conservation and Mu Gallery, with painters, sculptors and potters working together as a community.

Surrounding the artists’ studios are bush-walking tracks with harbour views, historic fortifications and Frenchy’s Café.

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