Lost in sculpture

 

Lost in sculpture is excited to offer both exterior and interior sculpture submissions as part of the 2015 competition. This year brings the unique opportunity for a significant exterior piece to be acquired and permanently installed on the grounds of Dunkeld's new Community Centre. 

 

Exhibitions

The outdoor exhibition will be displayed along the pictureque Salt Creek Trail. This exhibition runs for two weeks, from Saturday 17 October until Sunday 1 November. 

The indoor exhibition of small to medium indoor pieces will be displayed at Sterling Place (Sterling Street, Dunkeld). This exhibition will run on Saturday 17 October from 10am - 5pm and Sunday 18 October from 10am - 4pm. 

 

The Official Exhibition Opening and presentation of the awards will take place at 5pm on Saturday 17 October at Sterling Place. Awards will be presented by Deputy Director of the National Gallery of Australia, Kirsten Paisley. 

 

Workshops

For the very first time, lost in sculpture this year offers four unique tactile workshops. Offering something for all ages, these workshops showcase the talents of various Victorian based artists, including Dr Michael Shiell, Cherree Densley, Kevin Free and Phil Perret. They encompass ephermeral art, basket weaving, limestone sculpture and the craft of creating drystone walls. Don't miss your opportunity to participate as numbers are strictly limited. Click here to find out more...

 

Brunch with Dr Gerard Vaughan

On Sunday 18 October from 10am - 12.30pm, lost in sculpture, in partnership with the Royal Mail Hotel, will host brunch with Dr Gerard Vaughan, Director of the National Gallery of Australia. The cost is $55 per person, with tickets available through the Royal Mail Hotel directly (telephone 03 5577 2241). Bookings for this very special opportunity are essential with numbers strictly limited. Download flyer. 

 

Dunkeld's own, artist Judy Warne

Sterling Place will host a very special retrospective exhibition of the acclaimed work of local artist, Judy Warne, featuring her current work, the crow. The exhibition will run Saturday 17 October from 10am - 5pm and Sunday 18 October from 10am - 4pm. 

 

Our supporters

This eclectic and inspiring collection of events could not have been possible without the ongoing support of Maria & Allan Myers, Dunkeld & District Bendigo Bank, Royal Mail Hotel, Café 109, Roz Greenwood Old & Rare Books, Dunkeld General Store, Only Ewe, The Old Bakery, Cloud Mountain Retreat, Andrew Huf Builder and Grampians Sandstone. Also in collaboration with Discover Dunkeld and Dunkeld Progress Association, and through Southern Grampians Shire’s Greater Grants Program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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