Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Australia's First Ancient Rainforest Exhibition

Artists from Katoomba to Belfast are now creating unique works that will be displayed within the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area for its  inaugural "Sculpture at Scenic World" exhibition. Transforming the iconic Scenic World site are 26 established and emerging artists with one entrant to claim the first of the annual $20,000 Scenic World Acquisitive Award and Keith Rowe trophy.

Sculpture at Scenic World
Sculptures displayed in the Jurassic Valley, have been selected by prominent judges, Macquarie University Sculpture Park Curator, Leonard Janiszewski, and University of Western Sydney Collection Curator, Monica McMahon.

The sculptures were newly created for this exhibition and cross genres and mediums, delivered in diverse dimensions, and provide thought-provoking narratives.

Sculpture at Scenic World
The Exhibition can be experienced on guided and independent tours, with opportunities to attend lectures and meet the makers at artist talks. Visiting the Exhibition will be free with any Valley ticket purchase.

Find Out More
- Follow the exhibition installation on Facebook and YouTube
- Find out more about our Exhibition Public Programmes
- See the full list of Inaugural Exhibitors
- Make a weekend of it with packages available at the Fairmont Resort
- Stay up to date and join our Mailing List 
-Media/General Enquiries: Lizzy Marshall, Sculpture Exhibition Manager - email

Sculpture at Scenic World
- An estimated 60,000 international and national visitors will view Sculpture at Scenic World.
- Artists displaying their works and will vie for a $20,000 Scenic World Acquisitive Award.
- Award trophies designed by internationally acclaimed, local glass artist Keith Rowe.
Sculptures will be stored for up to four months to encourage exhibition sales.

When: February 16 - March 11 2012, Open Daily 9.00am - 5.00pm
Guided Tours: Tuesdays 1.30pm, Wednesdays & Sundays 10.30am
Click here for Ticket Options
Tour Bookings Essential - email

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