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.
Please note the change of day and date!
Melway Reference: Map 58 J7
This is a new venue - Jenny and Gillian checked it out - it is tucked in near a U3A centre and seems seems fairly central - if anything can ever satisfy our widespread membership; it has heating and cooling, a kitchen, tables and chairs, a whiteboard and projection screen - luxury!
Scope Art Award
Scope Gallery in Warrnambool is introducing an Art Award- Art Concerning Environment, which will highlight environmental issues and concepts. Warrnambool lies at the end of the Great Ocean Road in South West Victoria.
PAMELA IRVING’S GRAND OPENING of the PATTERSON STATION MOSIAC WALLSOn Sunday 4th March, a few hundred interested people gathered at the Patterson Road Station in Bentleigh, to witness the Official Opening of 150 square metres of mosaics on the walls of the underpass and the entrance to the station. (750 artists provided the works).
|Gillian Govan ASV President|
Life is full of firsts…and if we didn’t take those first steps we would never achieve anything.
Gael O’Leary has kindly agreed to open her studio and gallery for the ASV meeting. Bayside Sculpture was established to provide opportunities for emerging sculptors, particularly women, to further their artistic development, to create commissioned work,religious and other, of high standard and aesthetic quality and to offer opportunities for artists particularly sculptors to exhibit their work.
14th to 29th January
|Gillian Govan enjoying the Festival|
This highly respected juried contest now in its 27th year is a great opportunity for juror-selected artists to advance their careers and to maximize exposure to collectors and the New York art scene.