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Entries Open – ‘Sculpture in the Garden’
An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Thursday, repeating until August 23, 2019
We invite artists to an open call for submissions to one of the largest sculpture exhibitions in rural NSW – Sculptures in the Garden 2019.
Held over two days, Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th October 2019, this not for profit outdoor exhibition gives local, regional and interstate artists an avenue to exhibit their works in beautiful rural surroundings within a private garden and vineyard in Mudgee NSW.
PRIZES & AWARDS
$25,000 Sculptures in the Garden and Mid-Western Regional Council Acquisition Prize. The acquired work will be part of the Mid Western Regional Council public art collection
$10,000 Friends of Sculptures in the Garden Acquisition Prize. The winning acquisition will be part of the Mid-Western Regional Council’s public art collection.
$5,000 Moolarben Acquisition Prize. The winning acquisition will be part of the Mid-Western Regional Council’s public art collection.
$500 People’s Choice Award
$300 The Sculptors Society Sensory Sculpture prize
CALLING FOR SENSORY WORKS
Let your imagination run wild and create a sculpture that can be enjoyed without the sense of sight. Think outside the square – your sculpture could be touched, heard or even smelt. Our sensory pieces will be distributed throughout the garden with appropriate signage. A $300 prize for the best Sensory sculpture has kindly been donated by the Sculpture Society. We are hoping that this will be an ongoing part of Sculptures in the Garden in future years, perhaps with a section of the garden totally devoted to the Senses.
Please read the TERMS & CONDITIONS before submitting your entry form, images, artist statement and artist biography via one of the following methods by midnight Friday 23rd August 2019:
If you have any questions regarding the above information please contact me or Amber Norton-Knight on 0414 942 917 or [email protected]. We look forward to receiving your entry forms for Sculptures in the Garden 2019.