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Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi exhibition video

Posted: October 27, 2022 / News, video

Watch the Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2022 video filmed along the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk. Exhibition on now til 7 November. Videography with thanks to Gareth Carr.  


WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ARTIST TO RECEIVE INAUGURAL POMMERY CHAMPAGNE ARTIST AWARD OF $5,000

Posted: October 24, 2022 / News

Sculpture by the Sea has announced a new partnership with Champagne Pommery, Champagne Pommery, one of the world’s most beloved champagnes, is a National Supporting Partner of the exhibition, providing sponsorship and artist support through the newly created Pommery Champagne Artist Award of $5,000, to Western Australian artist Paul Caporn whose sculpture ‘Heads It Is’…


PERPETUAL AND SCULPTURE BY THE SEA ANNOUNCE RECIPIENT OF THE PRESTIGIOUS HELEN LEMPRIERE SCHOLARSHIP FOR 2022

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Perpetual and Sculpture by the Sea are delighted to announce that acclaimed Indigenous artist Patricia Marrfurra McTaggart AM will receive this year’s $30,000 Helen Lempriere Scholarship. The Helen Lempriere Scholarships are designed to enable artists to further their artistic development through travel, study and the purchase of important new equipment while supporting their inclusion in…


TONY DAVIS ANNOUNCED AS RECIPIENT OF $70,000 AQUALAND SCULPTURE AWARD

Posted: October 21, 2022 / Awards, News

Sculpture by the Sea and Aqualand today announced regional Western Australian artist Tony Davis as the recipient of the $70,000 Aqualand Sculpture Award, for his striking 7-metre-high Jarrah timber and steel sculpture ‘Folly Interstice’, at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi. The exhibition was officially opened to the public today, with Davis in attendance to accept…


‘Wings of Our Angels’ unveiled at Wayside Chapel

Posted: October 18, 2022 / News

Members of the Sculpture by the Sea staff were delighted to be at Sydney’s Wayside Chapel in Kings Cross for the unveiling of ‘Wings of Our Angels’, a sculpture by Joel Adler and Aunty Nancy Long on Tuesday 12 October 2022. “It was a beautiful occasion,” said David Handley, Artistic Director and Founding CEO of Sculpture by…


Allens’ People’s Choice Award

Posted: September 27, 2022 / News

The Allens’ People’s Choice Award gives visitors the opportunity to vote for their favourite sculpture, with the winning artist receiving $5000, announced on the final weekend of the exhibition. Voters also go in the draw to win one of three Sculpture by the Sea prize packs valued at $500 each.   VOTing opens 21 October 2022     TERMS AND…


Celebrating 50 exhibitions in Australia & Denmark 1997 – 2022

Posted: September 15, 2022 / News

Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2022 was a milestone event – it was the 50th Sculpture by the Sea exhibition staged in Australia and Denmark since 1997. We have collated the messages of thanks, support and celebration received from artists, art historians, politicians, curators and gallery Directors from Australia, China, Denmark, New Zealand and Japan,…


Milk bottle origami workshop with Jane Gillings

Posted: August 18, 2022 / video

Video courtesy of NSW Department of Education – Learning Systems


Submissions for Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2023 are open

Posted: August 1, 2022 / News

Submissions for Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2023 are open. International and Australian artists, at all career stages, are encouraged to apply for Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe.  The Nineteenth annual exhibition will be held at Cottesloe Beach in Perth, Western Australia from 3-20 March 2023. All types, forms and sizes of sculpture, in all…


Call for Submissions: Shop Art Projects Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail

Posted: July 29, 2022 / News

Organisers of the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail are calling for expressions of interest from artists living in or raised in the Eastern Riverina to create new artworks for the Shop Art Projects in the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail in Batlow and Tumbarumba. As part of the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail, organisers have leased several shops…


Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail Review: John McDonald

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John McDonald’s review of the newly opened Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail appeared in the The Sydney Morning Herald. “The Snowy Valleys project demonstrates that sculptures can look just as impressive set against a backdrop of hills, fields, trees and mountains, as they do when spread across the Sydney foreshores. There is a simple dichotomy between…


SCULPTURE BY THE SEA, BONDI IS BACK IN 2022

Posted: July 21, 2022 / Announced, News

Sculpture by the Sea is thrilled to announce Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi will return to transform the spectacular 2km Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk in Sydney from 21 October – 7 November 2022. With over 100 artworks by Australian and international sculptors, the world’s largest free-to-the-public outdoor sculpture exhibition will surprise and delight for its…


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…