Sculpture at Scenic World
Thirty three international and Australian artists have transformed Scenic World’s natural Jurassic rainforest in the Blue Mountains with world-class sculptures for Sculpture at Scenic World, open April 15 – May 10, 2015.
Now in its fourth year, the exhibition will feature international artists from Germany, Finland, New Zealand, The Netherlands and Japan, alongside Australian artists from Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia, Tasmania, Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales, including five Blue Mountains’ artists. See full list 2015 Artists
All artists will be vying for the coveted $20,000 Scenic world Award as selected by an independent judging panel including Emeritus Professor David Williams AM, Anne Loxley, Curator C3West at MCA and Clara Hali, sculptor.
The exhibition’s 2015 Public Program offers exciting opportunities for art lovers, enthusiasts, children and families. Highlights include free guided tours for the general public, Artist Talks and the popular Sculpture or Small people workshops.
This year, the Sculpture Projects initiative presents an in depth look at materials artist use to create their works in a program called metalheads featuring notable sculptors working with metal.
The Sculpture Otherwise (indoor show), will exhibit in the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery’s main gallery space, creating a full day out of art in the Blue Mountains .Why not make a weekend of it with great value accommodation packages at Blue Mountains leading hotels and resorts are now available to create the perfect arts escape weekend
Ticketed entry into Sculpture at Scenic World will include unlimited rides plus entry into the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre with guided tours available.
Great value accommodation packages at Blue Mountains leading hotels and resorts are now available to create the perfect arts escape weekend. Plan your escape now!
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For any enquiries contact Justin Morrissey, Exhibition Manager:
E: email@example.com, T: +61 2 47800 245
Artwork: Irene Anton, Intervention Invading Network no. 40; image courtesy of Artist