If you love your coffee and want to support young artists in our Shire, there’s a new blend out there to satisfy both your passions. You’ll recognise the brand and blend because a striking new design on the packaging will alert you to this opportunity.
Sculpture for Clyde has partnered with Guerilla Roasters to raise money for the Student Sculpture Prize and Exhibition to be held in May 2023. Some proceeds from the sale of the Student Sculpture blend will be used to stage the exhibition and award winning young sculptors.
Above: Sophie Heslop with her design for the new coffee blend that will support young artists in the Student Sculpture Prize and Exhibition in May 2023.
The new blend features a design by Sophie Heslop from St Peter’s Anglican College, winner of the inaugural coffee logo competition. Sophie’s design caught the attention of Guerilla Roasters’ owner, Mathew Hatcher and will now spearhead the campaign to support other young artists in our community.
“We love this project,” said Student Sculpture organiser, Frances Harmey. “We support and promote a young artists using one medium, in order to raise funds to award young sculptures on other mediums.”
“We’re thrilled that Guerilla Roasters selected our sculpture event to support and that it’s come to fruition so quickly. Just in time for Christmas and summer.
“It’s an indication that lots of businesses and individuals in our Shire support creativity and the artistic endeavours of young people. We also have sponsorship commitments from Go Vita Batemans Bay and Steph’s Fabrics in Moruya.”
Five local high schools have decided to join the Student Sculpture Exhibition and Prize, and individuals can enter by contacting us through our website www.sculptureforclyde.com.au or by emailing email@example.com
Student Sculpture coffee beans can be purchased from Mossy Cafe outlets and through the Guerilla Roasters website.