Bondi 2022
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Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail
Cottesloe 2022

Join us for the largest free to the public sculpture exhibitions in the world!

Bondi, 24th annual exhibition  |  21 October – 7 November 2022

Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail – Adelong | Batlow | Tumbarumba Tooma Cellar Doors

Cottesloe, 19th annual exhibition  |  3 – 20 March 2023


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The Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail

Posted: June 8, 2022 / Essays, News

Can art help save rural communities, raise spirits, and improve the quality of life? Right at this moment, there is a bold experiment taking place to do precisely that and, so far, it has been a resounding success. In the summer of 2019-20 bushfires devastated the scenic Snowy Valleys with huge areas of bushland and…

The Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail opens this week

Posted: May 3, 2022 / News

The Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail is a new and significant series of sculpture collections in Adelong, Batlow, Tumbarumba, Tooma and the Tumbarumba vineyards with cellars doors. Created in consultation with the Snowy Valleys Council, a Local Community Advisory Group, members of the wider Snowy Valleys community and Destination Riverina Murray, the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail…

Britt Mikkelsen – recipient of the Kids’ Choice Prize

Posted: March 21, 2022 / News

Youngsters were drawn to the WA artist’s work ‘Anthroposcenic’, which was voted most popular by children who visited the exhibition. The Kids’ Choice Prize of $2,000 is funded from the donation of Emrys, Jasper and Rebel Penfold-Russell OAM. ‘Anthroposcenic’ comprises of found objects embedded in resin, then set within a large piece of stone. The…