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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Volunteers needed for Sculpture on Clyde’s Return

Volunteers needed for Sculpture on Clyde’s Return to

The Batemans Bay Foreshore May 27- June 4

Sculpture For Clyde is truly a grass roots, community event and is only made possible by a large team of volunteers who front up to supervise the exhibition, sell catalogues and be the friendly face of the event.

In just four weeks, Sculpture For Clyde will be back on the Foreshore in Batemans Bay for 10 days from Saturday, May 27.

“The Bridge is finished, COVID no longer closes events and Eurobodalla Shire Council has supported our return to The Bay,” said SFC Committee member, Frances Harmey.

So, volunteers are needed to wander the foreshore, hang out in the marquee (where all the Indoor Sculpture will be exhibited) and be available for chats with visitors.

“Our volunteers always enjoy their involvement,” Ms Harmey said. “They relish the opportunity to be up close and personal with the sculptures and artists and the ability to showcase our town and our event.”

“Friends and partners often sign up together and treat it as an outing. And new friendships are often made during the 10 days of the exhibition.

“We need four people in each of the two time slots over the 10 days: 9am-12.30pm and 12.30pm-5pm. In addition we’d like a presence near the sculptures from 6am-9am and then from 5pm-7pm. You can help out once or multiple times, whatever commitment you’d like to make,” she said.

If you’d like to join the team, please contact Frances Harmey by email at or text 0405 150 496. We’d love to have you join us.

Above: Frances Harmey (left) with valued volunteer Kerri Carmichael (right) at “Portal”, one of the seven sculptures that have been acquired for the Batemans Bay Sculpture Walk from the Sculpture For Clyde exhibition. The walk will grow again with the addition of this year’s winning sculpture.


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