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.

News, Alerts and Exhibitions to Enter

Good luck everyone - we have quite a lot to tell you even though the holidays have distracted us....
now is the time to get your sculpture entries into this years
Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition 2019.
Exhibition is in May but our Call for Entries closes 1st February, only 3 & half weeks away…. This years prizes gave grown to a total value of $10,000 & we are lucky to once again have the support of MERIDIAN Sculpture who will give a $2,500 bronze casting award again. All details are on our website; https://www.toorakvillage.com.au/sculpture or call me if you have any questions.

Tracey Cammock
Promotion & Marketing Toorak Village Traders Assoc.
Mobile: 0455 0455 45 tracey@toorakvillage.com.au


Meridian Sculpture Foundry is offering discounts for ASV members for workshops in wax working and bronze casting - you can see their program here: http://meridiansculpture.com/sculpture-modelling-workshops/ Dates coming up are: 9th Feb, 9th March You can also follow them on Instagram meridiansculpture

Contact if you would like to exhibit at Art at Linden Gate. 0418 851 819 http://www.artatlindengategallery.com.au/


The Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery in conjunction with the South Burnett Regional Council is again holding a $10,000 Sculpture Prize to support the long term strategy for public art in Kingaroy streets and parks.

The prize includes an Open Award of $7,000 and a Local South Burnett Award of $2,000. Both awards are acquisitive, and there is an Encouragement Award of $1,000. Judging will take place in April next year with winning and short-listed entries all displayed at the Kingaroy Gallery precinct.

All the detail of the Sculpture Prize is attached and available on the gallery’s web site – www.kingaroyart.com.au

Sculpture at the Wharf
Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition at the iconic Woolloomooloo Wharf
Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011

Visit 70 contemporary sculptures, Exhibition dates November 5 to March 29, 2019

Participating artists, Andrew Rogers, Aldo Bilotta, Alex Scheibner, Astra Parker, Andrew Kasper, Anton Poon, Al Phemister, Bernar Venet, Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski, Chris Flenley, Chen, Clara Hali, David McCracken, Deb Sleeman, Greg Johns, George Martin, Geoff Farquar -Still, Gary Christian, Mitchell Ferrie, John Topfer, Fono McCarthy, Jason Aslin, Janos Klein, John Gardner, Jonathon Leahey, Helena Lillywhite, Karl Meyer, Louis Pratt, Ludwig Mlcek, Michelle Klisowsky, Mitchell Ferrie, Michael Van Dam, Michael Baird, Deb Sleeman, Max Lyle, Michael Vaynman, Nicole Allen, Paul Mutimer, Phillip Piperidis, Rae Bolotin, Stephen Glassborow, Stephen Coburn,Tobias Bennett, Todd Stuart, Wendie McCaffley,Susan Dorothea White.

Shellharbour City Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from artists interested in developing a sculptural public artwork to create a dynamic Shellharbour Village Town Centre.

This opportunity is for a public art commission to create a vibrant personality for Shellharbour Village. The work will sit on the roof of the Shellharbour Village Exhibition Space and will welcome the community and visitors to Shellharbour’s exhibition venue and tourist information office.

Expressions of interest due 4 February 2019. Information sves@shellharbour.nsw.gov.au


Nives Zorzut has an upcoming exhibition, It will be held at Cambell Arcade, Melbourne. In the display case, The Capsule. 7th of January to 2nd February 2019. The work explores Artifical Intelligence and is titled. Extinction, Evolution, Enlightment: The Advance of the Superhuman.


some people might be interested in.

Bigci artist residency in Wollemi National Park Close to Sydney

deadline 25/1/2019 residency date May and June 2019


2019 Gippsland Sculpture Exhibition
6 April - 1 June 2019

Entries close February 1st 2019

Gasworks Art Park have announced their 2019 program: Our mainstage program of theatre, circus and music, six world premieres, a brand new talks series Inside Art and Architecture and a Cabaret Project are all part of the rich and vibrant Season 2019 at Gasworks Arts Park.



Check here for some opportunities: https://visual.artshub.com.au/callouts/


App to interpret sculptures? https://www.smh.com.au/national/victoria/new-phone-app-to-give-unique-pokemon-go-style-tour-of-melbourne-20181221-p50npi.html



Queensland’s largest outdoor sculpture exhibition is CALLING FOR ARTISTS!

SWELL Sculpture Festival invites all emerging, mid career and professional sculptors and creative minds to apply to be a part of something extraordinary on Currumbin Beach, Queensland, 13 - 22 Sept 2019. Artist submissions can comprise of completed works, works in progress or concepts

Entries close 31st January 2019

Artist Awards of $26,500, including the $15,000 major award. 
SWELL Sculpture will provide installation support and an artist subsidy of $500 per artwork
All information: http://www.swellsculpture.com.au/

Earlier we sent out information about expressions of interest for the Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron Easter Art Show 2019
More information can be obtained from bysartshow@gmail.com

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