Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Entries are due 1st July. Size up to 80cm in any direction.
Entry instructions and info at sculptureprize.woollahra.nsw.gov.au
Prizes total $19,000.
The Australian National Brooch Show 2016
The Australian National Brooch Show is an initiative of the Contemporary Art Society of Victoria Inc. (CAS).
This is the Ninth time we have held our exhibition of small wearable artworks made by both established and emerging contemporary artists. By having a theme of small wearable artworks, artist’s have an opportunity to submit works via Australia Post.
This year is the sixth year the exhibition has "gone on tour" to two venues in inner Melbourne:
South Yarra: showing 2 June - 30 July 2016
Fitzroy: showing 3 August - 29 September 2016
Entry is $5 per work. And entry is FREE for current CAS Members!
Entry deadline: Return completed entry forms, correct payment and your works, by FRIDAY 20 May 2016.
All entries to be sent by Australia Post. Entry fees can be paid by PayPal (on our website) / cheque / money order / credit card / EFT.
Each artist can enter up to 4 Brooches (small wearable artworks) - see the ENTRY CONDITIONS on www.contemporaryartsociety.org.au Any further questions? See website for the Brooch Show FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
$200,000 SCULPTURE COMMISSION EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST SCULPTURE RESIDENCY IN TOOLANGI FOREST, VICTORIA
The Toolangi Sculpture Trail was created in November 1996 by artists from the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia, working with materials found in the Toolangi Forest.
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of this unique undertaking, Victorian artists are invited to submit applications for a 2-week residency in the Toolangi State Forest, producing site specific sculpture from materials found in the forest which will be gifted to the people of Victoria.
Concerns relating to the forests of the world are elevated today and highlight the importance of this residency.
Maudie Palmer AO: Eminent Curator of Australian Art
Rob Haysom: Hon Associate Professor, Arts Faculty, Deakin University
Savaad Felich: Art Curator, Sculptor
20 May – Applications close
24 June - All artists will be notified
5-20 November, 2016 – Residency period
Sharon Plummer: President, Toolangi Sculpture Trail Group. M: 0400 949 745
Karena Goldfinch: 0428 352 822
Entry form can be found on the website: http://www.toolangisculpture.com/
Acknowledgement TsT2016 acknowledges & respects the Taungurung & Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, the traditional custodians of this land since time immemorial. We are learning that the land is not ours to own, but to look after & that if we listen, we may hear in it the calling of the eternal Spirit. Responding to this call, we commit ourselves to work for justice, reconciliation & care of the earth.
Toolangi Sculpture Trail 2016
0400 949 745
NEERIM BOWER ACQUISITION 2016
Applications forms available NOW
Applications Close Sunday 31st July
Finalists notified Monday 15th August
Delivery of artworks Monday 9th – Thursday 12th October
Notification of Acquisition Friday 14th October
Official Announcement Sunday 23rd October - Neerim Bower Arts Festival
Exhibition dates 14th October to 6th November
Neerim District: http://www.neerimdistrict.com.au
Neerim Bower: http://www.neerimbower.com.au
Expressions of interest are invited for the Destination Rosebud – Gateway Sculpture commission, Mornington Peninsula Shire.
The artist will design, fabricate and install a landmark public art work comprising two elements that mark the western and eastern entrances to Rosebud.
Shortlisted artists will be invited to submit bold, contemporary and innovative concepts for a public art work connecting Rosebud with its history.
Artist brief and Expressions of Interest: 2133 documents can be downloaded from Mornington Peninsula Shire website: http://www.mornpen.vic.gov.au/Our_Shire/Tenders/Tender_Listing
Closing: 19 May 2016, 3pm
The Destination Rosebud project is supported by the Victorian Government.
The expressions of interest callout is national.