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Cottesloe Beach House Stays

Posted: February 25, 2016 / News

Cottesloe Beach House Stays ensures that their guests have an unforgettable accommodation experience whilst staying just minutes away from the Sculpture by the Sea exhibition. Our short term self-contained accommodation options range from 1-5 bedroom apartments, houses and villas. Conveniently situated near public transport, restaurants, bars, cafes and the beach; our properties suit everyone from…


10% Discount Offer from our wine sponsor Thompson Estate!

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Thompson Estate are thrilled to again be the wine sponsor for Sculpture by The Sea, Cottesloe. During the Cottesloe exhibition Thompson Estate are offering 10% off the (already discounted) case price of all wine purchased by using the Thompson Estate website, simply add the promo code SXS at the website’s checkout to receive your discount….


Video: Michael Le Grand, Helen Lempriere Recipient 2010

Posted: February 17, 2016 / News, video

Today we are very excited to share with you the first of our videos about Sculpture by the Sea exhibiting artists who have received Helen Lempriere Scholarships worth $30,000. Michael, who was awarded a Scholarship in 2010, takes us on a journey of his artistic practice that has seen him exhibit at so many Sculpture…


Free Family Workshops at Primewest Cottesloe Central

Posted: February 16, 2016 / News

Now in its third year, children and their parents/carers are invited to meet, work with and have fun making sculpture with a Sculpture by the Sea exhibiting artist. This year the workshops will be with Elyssa Sykes-Smith – a young emerging artist who has recently won several major awards. She has exhibited at Sculpture by the…


Indigenous Sculptor Support Program Announcement

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Sculpture by the Sea is pleased to announce the Packer Family Foundation and Crown Resorts Foundation’s significant philanthropic donation to establish an Indigenous Sculptor Support Program for Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe, including inviting Sharyn Egan, a leading Indigenous Sculptor from Perth, to exhibit at Cottesloe Beach this year from 4 – 20 March 2016….


Davina Corti is welcomed back to Sculpture by the Sea

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Sculpture by the Sea is delighted to announce that Davina Corti has recently re-joined our team as Director Sculpture Sales. This appointment follows Davina’s successful seven year tenure as the Sculpture Sales Manager of Sculpture by the Sea. Davina has taken a two year career break to further her studies and obtain a Masters in…


Sculpture by the Sea Artistic Advisory Committee

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Sculpture by the Sea is pleased to announce the formation of an Artistic Advisory Committee that formalises the advice we have received since our early years from leading artists, academics, curators and gallery directors. The first members of the Artistic Advisory Committee are: Geoffrey Edwards,  Director of Geelong Gallery, Victoria and former Senior Curator, Sculpture…


Christmas gift from Sculpture by the Sea

Posted: December 17, 2015 / News

The Sculpture by the Sea team would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season, and a sincere thank you for your fantastic support over this last year – especially to all of the artists, patrons, volunteers and sponsors!  We are very much looking forward to what next year will bring. Our 12th annual Sculpture by…


This year’s #sxsmoments winner revealed!

Posted: November 20, 2015 / News

After much deliberation from our panel of judges (Pauly Vella, Jarrad Seng, Jessica Wyld, Clyde Yee & Gareth Carr), we are excited to reveal that the winner of the 2015 Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi #sxsmoments photo competition is Rohan Hinton (@infinityimagined8) of Erskineville, NSW for his photo of Barbara Licha’s ‘listen time passes‘! Rohan receives 1 return flight…


Jörg Plickat’s ‘Divided Planet’ given a permanent home at Sydney’s Headland Park

Posted: November 17, 2015 / Major Prize, News

We are pleased to announce that the recipient of this year’s $60,000 Macquarie Group Sculpture Prize, Jörg Plickat’s ‘Divided Planet’, has been installed at Headland Park, Georges Heights in Mosman as a gift to the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust for permanent public enjoyment. The sculpture joins previous Macquarie Group Sculpture Prize recipients, Stephen King’s Fallout…


Mark your calendars for Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2016!

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We are thrilled to announce that Sculpture by the Sea is returning to beautiful Cottesloe Beach, Perth, Western Australia. Over 70 local, interstate and international artists will transform Perth’s most popular beach into a stunning sculpture park overlooking the Indian Ocean with some of the most glorious sunsets of any major city in the world. Preparations…


Epic Sydney storm photos from the exhibition!

Posted: November 12, 2015 / News

On the last Friday of the exhibition the heavens over Bondi transformed into an awe inspiring (and a little bit terrifying) ‘tsunami cloud’. Images of this storm quickly captivated audiences across the world. There were articles published in the BBC, Sydney Morning Herald, Pedestrian.tv and the Mirror which show the shelf cloud as it progressed over Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2015….


Thank you for another fantastic Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi

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Monday November 9 marked the end of Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2015. With the kind cooperation and understanding of Waverley Council, we were able to extend the exhibition by an extra day to make up for some wet weather along the way. With over 106 sculptures on offer representing artists from all around Australia and…


Sculpture by the Sea Event Partner Dinosaur Designs release stunning new collection

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Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy, the designers of our Sculpture by the Sea trophies are celebrating Dinosaur Designs’ landmark 30th anniversary with the launch of their new collection, Rainforest. During their three-decade career designing iconic homewares and jewellery, Olsen and Ormandy have taken their unique designs around the world, with representation in stores and galleries across…


Prime Minister Presents Allens People’s Choice Prize

Posted: November 8, 2015 / News

On Sunday 8 November in Bondi, Prime Minister of Australia The Hon. Malcolm Turnbull announced Kim Perrier as the recipient of the Allens People’s Choice Prize for his haunting sculpture, Ashes to Ashes.  Crafted from a hollowed Marri tree trunk, human faces are imposed in relief, as if joined with nature in a spiritual symbiosis: humanity and nature…