Nicholas Elias, a symbolic inscription of the imaginary, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2009. Photo Jack Bett.

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2/07/2015
Under a bright sun and with high spirits Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus held the traditional Award Ceremony at Tangkrogen, where we proudly announced the winners of this year’s prizes. more ...
30/06/2015
We are thrilled to announce the launch of Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015 on the Google Cultural Institute! The Cultural Institute brings together millions of artworks and artefacts from around the world, with the stories that bring them to life, in a virtual exhibition experience. The platform is extending the international outreach of Sculpture by the Sea for all to enjoy!
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30/06/2015
The fourth biennial Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus Denmark is in it's fourth and final week. The exhibition has been delighting and inspiring many visitors from across the globe, including many Australian sculpture fans.  more ...
20/05/2015

Sculpture by the Sea in Sydney and Perth are among the largest free to the public events in the world – yet we probably receive less government support than any other comparable free art exhibition in Australia if not the world. Did you know you can help stage one of Australia’s largest cultural events?

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20/05/2015
With just over a week left until the opening of the fourth biennial Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus in Denmark, we are excitedly anticipating the installation of incredible works in our sister exhibition. more ...
19/05/2015
It is with best wishes that we say a very fond farewell to Hayley Baynard, our Sponsorship & Philanthropy Manager who is leaving Sculpture by the Sea after three and a half years and seven exhibitions! As one door closes, another door opens and we would like to introduce to you our new Sponsorship & Philanthropy Manager Ultan O’Dwyer.  more ...
19/05/2015
Ken Unsworth’s sculpture ‘My Home is Your Home’ from Sculpture by the Sea has found a new home in the Perth Cultural Centre. 
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28/04/2015
Thank you to all the artists who applied to be part of Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2015. This year we received 496 submissions, from 41 countries and 6 territories around the world, including Australia.  more ...
9/04/2015
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24/03/2015
Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus is Denmark’s biggest and most unique outdoor sculpture exhibition.  The exhibition will run from 5 June to 5 July in 2015.
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23/03/2015

Visitors with disability and their carers were invited to join a free program of Tactile Tours during the exhibition. The program was a partnership initiative between Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe and the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA). 

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22/03/2015
EY People's Choice Prize and Kids' Choice Prize announced as Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015 draws to a close.  more ...
22/03/2015
The Town of Cottesloe sculpture acquisition for 2015 was announced on Sunday 22 March, by the Mayor of Cottesloe Jo Dawkins.  more ...
22/03/2015

We have received the very sad news that one of the young members of the Sculpture by the Sea community has passed away. Jack White lived with mitochondrial disease and was not able to sit, stand, walk or talk without full support or assistance. But Jack had a wonderful creative spirit which inspired many of those around him.

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20/03/2015
As the final weekend of the exhibition approaches, make sure you and your family don’t miss out on everything the 11th annual Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe has to offer! more ...
20/03/2015
Have you had your say on your favourite sculpture yet? The EY People's Choice Prize will be announced this Sunday 22 March along with the Kids Choice Prize. Find a voting form at our catalogue marquee at Cottesloe Beach. more ...
20/03/2015
Read how to capture your great photography moments at Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe this weekend with Canon Australia’s top 8 tips!  more ...
20/03/2015
This week we released two more instalments in our Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015 Artist Interview Series. Find out about the inspirations and creative processes of exhibiting artists Britt Mikkelsen and Olivia Samec. more ...
13/03/2015
During the exhibition we will be interviewing some of the artists about their works showing in Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015. more ...
13/03/2015
This Sunday 15 March at 5pm, Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe will be hosting an Instameet! Join Instagram superstars Pauly Vella, Garry Norris, and regular exhibition photographer Jarrad Seng as they explore the show and give you insider tips and tricks. more ...
13/03/2015

It's always fascinating to understand the decision making process that the Sculpture by the Sea judges employ to arrive at their final choices. Dr Michael Hill has kindly opened up and given us an insight into the process. more ...
13/03/2015
The Alcoa Schools Education Program is up and running with a team of 13 exhibiting artists and 13 Sculpture by the Sea educators. In our first week 1164 primary and secondary students have taken part in sculpture making workshops or exhibition focus tours. more ...
13/03/2015
We would like to congratulate Andrew Burton, this year's recipient of the Andrea Stretton Memorial Invitation to exhibit in Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2015 for his work 'Vessel'. Congratulations also to those artists who received subsidies to exhibit at this year's exhibition.


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13/03/2015
When the 11th annual Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe landed on the shores of Perth’s most iconic beach, one of the city’s highest acclaimed accommodation providers opened their doors to organisers, artists and visitors.  more ...
13/03/2015
It is one week since the opening of Sculpture Inside, our gallery of small indoor works inside the Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club, and the gallery has been consistently full of buzzing exhibition-goers!  more ...
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