Art and the Environment: Creative Responses to Place at Sculpture by the Sea

Posted: March 22, 2017 / News

Panel Discussion at Vivid Ideas 2017 with Dr Michael Hill, Jane Gillings, Sally Kidall and Cave Urban

Following a successful Vivid Ideas session last year, Sculpture by the Sea was pleased to be invited back to participate in the 2017 program and would like to thank all who joined us for this exciting public program.

With a unique exhibition site so connected with its environment, Sculpture by the Sea receives submissions for artworks that respond to the raw, rugged and challenging Bondi coastal landscape. Artists truly embrace the elements to create works that range from the ephemeral to monumental.

This session provided an opportunity to explore the importance, impact and opportunities of exhibiting art outdoors. We heard from host Dr Michael Hill, Head of Art History & Theory, National Art School and contributing artists including Cave UrbanSally Kidall and Jane Gillings about the ideas, concepts, techniques and creative processes behind some of the site-specific and environmental works shown in recent years at Sculpture by the SeaBondi.

Watch this space for highlights from the talk.


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