Perth Sculpture Conference

The Perth Sculpture Conference is presented in partnership with Storm King Art Center, USA one of the great sculpture parks in the world. 

Sculpture by the Sea is pleased to announce that New York’s Storm King Art Center, widely regarded as the most important public sculpture park in the world is the International Presenting Partner for the inaugural Perth Sculpture Conference.

The Perth Sculpture Conference will be held from 8 – 9 March 2023 at the State Library of Western Australia, as part of Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2023, which runs from 3 – 20 March. The conference is also presented in partnership with local Western Australian organisation DADAA (Disability in the Arts Disadvantage in the Arts).Early bird tickets now available, please use the link below to access tickets. Further speaker announcements and full program details will be available soon.

  early bird TICKETS   

Speakers include:

  • Nora R. Lawrence, Artistic Director & Chief Curator, Storm King Art Center
  • John P. Stern, President, Storm King Art Center
  • David Doyle, Executive Director, DADAA
  • Dr Michael Hill, Head of Art History & Theory, National Art School
  • Ron Robertson-Swann OAM, Artist
  • Distinguished Professor Paul S.C. Taçon FAHA FSA FQA, Chair in Rock Art Research and Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology, Griffith University

Panel discussions include:

The Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail featuring artists in the collection:

Jen Cochrane (WA)
Peter Lundberg (USA)
Sandra Nyberg (Finland)
Robyn Sweeney (NSW)
Takeshi Tanabe (JAPAN)

Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe Access & Inclusion Program
chaired by Program Manager Jacqueline Homer, DADAA

For further information or to register your interest in receiving the full program please email [email protected]