Program & Bookings

  • Focus Tour, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2018. Photo Jessica Wyld
  • Artist Workshop, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2018. Photo Jessica Wyld
  • Focus Tour, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019. Photo Charlotte Curd
  • Artist Workshop, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019. Photo Charlotte Curd
  • Focus Tour, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019. Photo Charlotte Curd
  • Sculptors to Schools Workshop, Sculpture by the Sea.

Sculpture by the Sea Term 4 Programs

During lockdown we are bringing artists to you for home schooling via Zoom!

We are pleased to be offering a fantastic array of opportunities for students to meet with exhibiting artists for stimulating and informative programs in Term 4 whether you are in the classroom or home schooling.

Each of our Education Programs are tailored to the curriculum and target:

  • Key learning areas and various outcomes for Stage 1 – 6 aged students in accordance with NSW Education Standard Outcomes; and
  • Integrated approach to STEAM and cross-disciplinary critical thinking.

Have a look at what you can book for Term 4 below:

Artist Led Sculpture Making Workshops

Artists who have exhibited in Sculpture by the Sea and educators facilitate an informative, stimulating, and multi-sensory sculpture making workshop virtually via Zoom.

The program has been adapted to allow students and teachers to meet and work with an artist online and actively explore material, themes and sculpture making skills based on the artists’ ideas, processes, and creative practice.

For Primary and Secondary students, suitable for Stage 2 – 6.

We will provide a list of materials for each school to prepare (low cost and recycled, alongside simple tools such as scissors and glue).

Location: Online
Dates: Weekdays  4 October  – 26 November
Times: 10:00am – 11:30am and 12:30pm – 2:00pm (90 mins, flexible times are available upon request)
Cost: $270 (for a class of up to 30 students) includes artist’s fee and learning resources.

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Artist Spotlight Talks

Artists who have exhibited in Sculpture by the Sea and educators facilitate an informative and stimulating talk about the artist, their practice, and their work virtually via Zoom.

The program has been adapted to allow students and teachers to meet and learn from a practising artist.

The artist will present a talk with images and information about their work. Followed by a Q&A where the students will be able to ask questions about the artist, their work and their practice.

Location: Online
Dates: Weekdays  4 October – 26 November
Times: 9:30am – 10:30am, 11:00am – 12:00pm and 12:30pm – 1:30pm (60 mins, flexible times are available upon request)
Cost: $190 (for a class of up to 30 students) includes artist’s fee and learning resources.

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Artist Facilitators

Joel Adler, ‘Viewfinder’, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019. Henri Fanti

Joel Adler

Joel Adler is an emerging Sydney-based artist who creates site-specific installations and sculptures. Joel is influenced by design and technological processes to render and digitally create his work. Programs with Joel explore:

  • Site-specific installation and sculpture
  • Digital art-making processes and rendering
  • Design and Technology 

Syllabus links: Visual Art, Design and Technology, Engineering, Physics


Jane Gillings, ‘Thrown’, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2014. Photo Clyde Yee

Jane Gillings

Jane Gillings is a practicing artist with over 30 years of experience working with recycled and found objects. Her work explores concepts around our attitudes and responses to waste, possession, loss, and the effect human habits have on our natural environment. Programs with Jane explore:

  • Recyclability
  • Environmental art
  • Participatory public art

Syllabus links: Visual Art, Design and Technology, Earth and Environmental Science, HSIE, Society and Culture


Sally Kidall, ‘Urban Containment’, Sculpture by the Sea, 2019. Photo Charlotte Curd

Sally Kidall

Sally Kidall is an internationally renowned environmental artist/sculptor whose practice spans over 35 years. Programs with Sally will explore:

  • Site-specific Installation Art
  • Ephemeral Art
  • Spatial Art

Syllabus links: Visual Art, Design and Technology, HSIE, Earth and Environmental Science


Barbara Licha, ‘Dance II’, Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2020. Photo Richard Watson.

Barbara Licha

Barbara Licha is a Polish-Australian artist based in Sydney. Barbara’s practice is focused on wire sculpture. She uses her work to explore human emotions. Programs with Barbara will explore:

  • Armature making
  • Figurative installation art
  • Conceptual art 

Syllabus links: Visual Art, Design and Technology, HSIE, Investigating Science, Society and Culture


Katie Stewart, ‘Split Imprint’, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019. Photo Henri Fanti

Katie Stewart

Katie Stewart is an emerging artist whose studio practice involves a conversation between modernist principles and organic forms, stripping nature back to basics. Programs with Katie will explore:

  • Using organic ceramic materials to create sculptural forms
  • Relationship between painting and sculpture
  • Site-specific artmaking and environmental art

Syllabus links: Environment, History, Visual Art


Sian Waston, ‘Ancient Three’ 2021. Photo supplied by the artist

Sian Watson

Sian Watson is a Canberra-based artist whose work explores the shared vulnerabilities and histories of humans and animals.

Programs with Sian will explore:

  • Process-led sculpture
  • Metal work, armature making, and maquette creation
  • Sculptural fabrication techniques

Syllabus links: Visual Art, Design and Technology, Industrial Technology, HSIE, Society and Culture


Programs Offered Throughout the Year

Sculpture by the Sea is now offering the opportunity for schools and students to have artists who have exhibited in Sculpture by the Sea and educators come into their classrooms to conduct informative, stimulating and multi-sensory sculpture making workshops that targets the following priority areas in delivery and assessment of NSW curriculum:

  • Links with key learning areas and various outcomes for Stage 1 – 6 aged students in accordance with NSW Education Standard Outcomes; and
  • Integrated approach to STEAM and cross-disciplinary critical thinking.

Programs available

  • Artist Led Sculpture Making Workshops – Online
  • Professional Development Workshops
  • 3 Week Artist in Residence Program
  • 6 Week Artist in Residence Program

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For enquiries, please contact:

Meghan Kennedy – NSW School Education Access and Inclusion Manager
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 02 8399 0233

We look forward to hearing from you!

The School Education Program Team at Sculpture by the Sea.