ASV invites sculptors to submit work in any/all of three different prize categories of work:
Section 1: Courtyard (smaller than 1 metre in any direction)
Section 2: Garden (between 1 and 2 metres)
Section 3: Estate (larger than 2 metres)
|Matt Hill's "Ellie and Billy"|
won the 2017 Peoples Choice Award
Prize-money of $2000 and $500 and an encouragement award of $250 worth of tuition donated by the Wandin Blacksmiths Group is to be awarded in each of the three prize categories.
All sculptures submitted for exhibition may be existing or new work, but have not previously been exhibited at the MIFGS Exhibition.
|Jenny Whiteside's "Leda" |
won first prize in the 2017 carved work section
There is no minimum or maximum restriction on dimensions for sculptures provided the installed work permits appropriate viewing access, and presents no public safety or occupational health and safety issues.
An artist may enter a maximum of three sculptures for display in the competition and sale in the exhibition.
Conditions of Entry and Entry Instructions can be downloaded from http://sculptorsvictoria.asn.au/exhibitions/application_form and entries can be made from https://sculperenewsletter.blogspot.com.au/p/melbourne-international-flower-garden.html
|Lucy McEachern's "Australian Black Swan"|
won the first prize in the formed work section of the 2017 MIFGS
The judge for the 2018 MIFGS Sculpture Prize will be Miriam Kelly, Senior Curator at ArtBank Melbourne.. So there is an extra incentive to get your work in front of someone whose opinion matters.
Any further questions or offers of help please contact Paul on 0429 575 299