We cooperate as an association to advance the practice of sculpture and the reputation and appreciation of sculpture and sculptors in the community. This is regardless of whether or not we make a living from sculpture and regardless of our preferred style or medium. To this end we support artists’ moral rights, we advocate a professional attitude to the production and presentation of work and encourage the artistic and intellectual stimulation of interaction amongst artists of all persuasions.

The News from Everywhere

There is lots of information about a range of exhibitions opportunities and just plain interesting stuff so read on.....
Dimase Architects run window exhibitions - currently featuring Cetta Pilati - worth a look and worth considering.... and you can see them on Pinterest
 Sculpture Walk at Eden Gardens.
* All works must be for sale. (Eden will take a 20% commission
* Be able to be delivered on site on the 29/30th August

For the necessary paperwork. contact:
Meredith Kirton, Horticultural Journalist and Curator, Eden Gardens & Garden Centres Pty Ltd trading in NSW (Head Office), QLD & VIC
307 Lane Cove Road (cnr Fontenoy Road), Macquarie Park, NSW 2113
Phone:02 9491 9900 Fax:02 9491 9911 Mobile: 0417 698 559

 Please join us at the St Kilda Art Crawl Mixer on the 9th of August at Veludo in Acland St, St KIlda. The Mixer is a platform where artists, associations, traders and creatives come together to meet, greet and organise events for the St Kilda Art Crawl. It would be great if somehow the Association of Sculptures of Victoria could get involved and showcase some of their artists.




Calling All Artists And Curators: Opportunity To Exhibit In 2017

Hawthorn Studio & Gallery are now taking applications from artists/groups who wish to rent and sit the gallery to exhibit as part of the 2017 Exhibition Program. 2 or 3 week exhibitions available.
635 Burwood Road, Hawthorn East. Vic 3123
T: 03 9882 5553


Meridian Sculpture Foundry is offering workshops in wax working and bronze casting - you can see their program here: http://meridiansculpture.com/sculpture-modelling-workshops/ It’s worth noting that Meridian’s prizes at this year’s Annual Exhibiton include a workshop - there’s something to think about! You can also follow them on Instagram meridiansculpture


( 4 May – 3 June 2018) ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER, 2017.

Prizes in the 2018 Western Sydney University Sculpture Award and Exhibition:
Western Sydney University Acquisitive Sculpture Award - valued up to $30,000
UrbanGrowth NSW People’s Choice Award - $5,000 (non-acquisitive)
Janice Reid Site Specific Sculpture Award - $5,000 (non-acquisitive)
Monica McMahon | Art Curator
Art Collection, Western Sydney University
P: 02 4620 3450| Ext: 3450


ARTPark Australia has just launched the invitation to participate in the annual ‘Sculpture on the Wharf, 2017 -18’ exhibition on the Iconic Woolloomooloo Wharf

We are presently seeking larger format artworks, suitable for both indoor and outdoor placements,
Contact 2017-18 Woolloomooloo Wharf exhibition sculpture@artpark.com.au

Opening - Oct 26 through to early March 2018

If you wish to submit a proposal for consideration please forward it to us with an images and details.

Note : the work have a weight limit of 500 kg and other terms and conditions apply throughout the exhibition program, available with the exhibition application


 Just in case anyone is interested in flat art.... calling for entries for this years Toorak Village ART WALK and invite all artists to enter to exhibit their paintings, drawings or mixed media artworks in the beautiful shop windows of the Toorak Village for 4 weeks in October & November 2017 - similar to the sculpture exhibition...

Entry is via our website where you can easily upload up to 4 artwork details and images. There is a $20 entry fee for admin, payable by transfer or deposit.

Website: http://www.toorakvillage.com.au/index.php?page=artwalk
entry closes 31st AUGUST 2017


There has been some discussion about the difficulties of exhibiting with this offer. Members are advised to make their own investigations.

We announce that the XI FIP World Polo Championship Art Exhibition will be held from the 21st to the 29th of October, 2017, in conjunction with the internationally renowned event of the XI FIP World Polo Championship 2017.

 Prizes to the value of $14,000

We warmly invite established and emerging Australian artists to submit entries into this forthcoming exhibition, which will encompass a diverse range of artistic approaches, materials and practices, including both outdoor and indoor sculpture, and a variety of two-dimensional works. This exhibition will provide selected local and national Australian artists with an opportunity for significant exposure, engaging local, national and global audiences, as well as an estimated 151 million homes, worldwide, viewing the broadcast of the event.

The XI FIP World Polo Championship Art Exhibition and the XI FIP Wold Polo Championship 2017, along with a festival of entertainment and activities, are to be held on the spectacular landscaped grounds of the prestigious Sydney Polo Club. Positioned along the banks of the Hawkesbury River in Richmond, NSW, this venue is steeped in history, establishing itself in 1870 as the first polo club in the Southern Hemisphere, and holding such accolades as having been used as a location in the filming of The Great Gatsby.

The call for submissions is NOW OPEN closing 5pm on the 15th of September, 2017. Please read the Artist Submission Contract, which includes the Curatorial Brief and the Terms and Conditions, before completing the Submission Form. Please follow the link to the World Polo Art Exhibition website: http://wpcsydney.com/art-exhibition/
exhibition manager and curator:
Selina Hitches. Mobile: 0408617894

Monash Gallery of Art warmly invites you to attend our exhibition launch:
Australians in PNG: Eric Bridgeman | Stephen Dupont | Sonia Payes

Australians in PNG highlights the ongoing importance of Papua New Guinea as a subject in the history of Australian photography. Featuring major new bodies of work by Eric Bridgeman, Stephen Dupont and Sonia Payes,
2pm Saturday 12 August 2017

The exhibition will be launched by Anouska Phizacklea, MGA Gallery Director and Stephen Zagala, MGA Senior Curator

Please join us at the following opportunities to hear from the exhibiting artists:

Sunday 27 August: Sonia Payes in conversation with Ashley Crawford

Saturday 9 September: Eric Bridgeman in conversation with Stephen Zagala

Saturday 7 October: Artist talk with Stephen Dupont



Finalists announced in Melbourne Prize for Sculpture 2017
This year’s finalists are:

Sarah crowEST, Laresa Kosloff, Bridie Lunney, Timothy Moore/Sibling, Daniel von Sturmer & Susan Jacobs
All six finalists will also be awarded an artist fee of $4,000, generously supported by C H (Roger) Brookes.
The 2017 judges include six esteemed arts sector professionals:

The winners will be announced on Nov 15 at www.melbourneprize.org.

$4,000 Civic Choice Award 2017 is supported by the Melbourne Prize Trust. The finalist with the most public votes will be announced the winner. Voting opens today at www.melbourneprize.org. A free public exhibition of finalists work will be held at Federation Square from November 13 to 27. Voting for the Civic Choice Award 2017 closes at the end of the exhibition on November 27 and the winner will be announced on December 1.

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