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Plenty of Activity at Sculpture Bermagui


Sculpture Bermagui is just around the corner! Starting with an Opening Ceremony on Friday 9 March, Sculpture Bermagui continues until Sunday 18 March with a fire sculpture closing event. In between, visitors will see large and small works from established and emerging sculptors from all around Australia, as well as many from within our region. A range of activities has been developed to increase visitors’ enjoyment of the exhibition, including Starlight Conversations with Artists, Torchlight Tours. Musical entertainment, and new this year, a Children’s craft workshop.

One of the highlights of Sculpture Bermagui 2018 is the Craft Workshop “Wrapped”, with local artist Helen Morris, which will run Saturday and Sunday 17 and 18 March from 10.00 til 3.00 The Saturday session will be guest facilitated by the Djaadjawan Dancers, who will share cultural knowledge and creative skills using natural resources collected on Yuin country. All our welcome, especially children!


Some of the artists will be taking part in the Symposium on Saturday 17 March. The Symposium provides a unique opportunity for the public to gain an understanding of the work of four of the exhibiting artists. These sculptors will present a range of creative, conceptual and artistic responses to site and landscape, form and contemporary ideas. Join us to enjoy a delightful meal and take thetime to interact with the community of sculptors. For more information and the full programme, visit www.sculpturebermagui.org.au Media Release

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