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.

Exhibitions both physical and virtual

2020 is a challenging year - so the exhibitions here are the ones we know about - if you can add to our knowledge please let us know - in the meantime here is an offering to enjoy....

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Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2020 


Voting is open for the Civic Choice Award 2020.

CONGRATULATIONS to 6 outstanding finalists in the $60,000 

@MelbournePrize  for Urban #Sculpture 2020 

The winners of this year's categories, including the $60,000 Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2020, the $40,000 Rural & Regional Development Award 2020, the $10,000 Professional Development Award 2020 and the $10,000 GURNER™ Commission, will be announced via a live broadcast from Fed Square at 6pm on November 11, with live streaming available on our website. 
To keep up to date with all announcements keep an eye www.melbourneprize.org and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Thank you  to our 2020 partners and patrons whose generous support has enabled this year's Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture & Awards to proceed during the COVID-19 environment,, which helps supports our arts sector. We would like to thank all entrants and nominators this year and our judges.
Simon Warrender
Melbourne Prize Trust


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 Lorne looks forward to 2021 to experience how the arts will evolve, how our sculptures and artists will draw inspirations from 'this year' and celebrate these concepts into reality.

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Latest News from Sculpture by the Sea    

We are ascertaining whether or not Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi will be able to proceed as scheduled on 22 October or if we will need to postpone to later in spring or another date.  We have kept in contact with the artists over the last months and have a great exhibition ready to be installed when we are allowed.  Once we know what is happening we will let you know. In the meantime, thank you to our sponsors and donors for their ongoing support including Principal Sponsor Aqualand;

Announcing the Transfield Australian Invited Artists for the next Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2020;

NEW Sydney Sculpture Conference Date 17 November 2020;    

Supporting the Best in Regional Tourism across Australia- featuring the Island Cafe, Granite Island, South Australia and the Nest, Tumbarumba, NSW;    

Back to School for Celia Hammond MP & Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2020 Artists Ellen Broadhurst and Tom Rogers; and    Peter Lipkovic's 'Calf' finds a new home at East Hamilton Hill Primary School.

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Wollombi Valley Sculpture Festival

The Wollombi Valley Sculpture Festival Committee will run from 17th October to the 1st November. The 16 day festival will run over three weekends with a preview night on 16th October and the official opening night on the 17th. Information on a new website: www.sculptureinthevineyards.com.au

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Sculptures in the Garden

EXTENDED EXHIBITION DATES 10th - 25th October 2020 This year to comply with COVIDSafe guidelines, Sculptures in the Garden will have extended dates. The opening event will still be held on the weekend of Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th October however this year for the first time, the exhibition is being extended by two weeks. The event will now officially close on the 25th October to ensure the number of visitors on site at any one time meets public health requirements.

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