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Meet the Artists at Sculpture Bermagui

With less than a week to go until the opening of Sculpture Bermagui, it’s time to start planning your visit there to make sure you have the very best experience.

Paul Payten, Chairman of Sculpture Bermagui said “There are so many things to do, but perhaps the most interesting are the opportunities to meet and talk with the artists about their work and their creative process and what drives them to create such beautiful and interesting pieces.”

Throughout the ten days of Sculpture Bermagui, there will be Torchlight Tours on Monday 12 March and Wednesday 14 March. These tours will give a unique perspective to the sculptures on the Dickinson Point Headland, with exhibiting artists leading the tours and talking about the artworks.

On Friday 16 March, again on Dickinson Point Headland, a number of artists will conduct “Starlight Conversations”, which will give visitors the opportunity to view the sculptures in the company of a group of artists and discuss the works with them.

The Symposium provides a unique opportunity for the public to gain an understanding of the work of four of our 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 the time to interact with the community of sculptors.

Artists taking part in the Symposium are Sydney based artist, Peter Lewis; award winning sculptor Jen Mallinson; Sculpture Bermagui regular, Vlase Nikoleski and Sally Simpson, whose works reflect her preoccupation with the conflicting needs of humans, animals and the land. Tickets are limited for this fascinating event.

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There’s something for everyone to enjoy at Sculpture Bermagui, so come along and enjoy over 110 artworks on the beautiful Dickinson Point headland and foreshore as well at the Indoor Sculpures in the nearby Community Centre.

For more information and the full programme, visit

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