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

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29/07/2014
We are delighted to announce Eleanor Cheetham as our new Sculpture Acquisitions Manager.
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29/07/2014
SxS YOUTH will be launched again this year - inviting young people to play an active role in experiencing some of the realities and excitement involved in organising a major arts event. 
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29/07/2014
The three recipients of the prestigious Helen Lempriere Scholarship 2014 were recently announced. 

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29/07/2014
The Minderoo Foundation donted Vaughn Bisschops’ Transparent Sea sculpture to the Western Australian Maritime Museum. more ...
29/07/2014
We are currently calling for artist submissions for Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015 to be held from 6 - 22 March 2015. 
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29/07/2014
There is great excitement amongst the Cottesloe Primary School community after the installation of Jimmy Rix’s sculpture which exhibited earlier this year in Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe
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4/07/2014
A wonderful afternoon was held at Gomboc Gallery Sculpture Park for Sculpture by the Sea’s  Patrons, Supporters & Collectors. 
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24/06/2014
We were delighted to again welcome Kailis Australian Pearls as sponsor of Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe this year. 
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24/06/2014
Acquired from Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi last year, Philip Spelman’s redjar redbottle was unveiled at the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery forecourt.
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24/06/2014
We received over 480 submissions from all over Australia, and 22 countries from around the world that were considered by this year’s curatorial panel.
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24/06/2014
Earlier this year we hosted two functions to welcome and introduce our Bondi 2014 artists kindly sponsored by PaperPlanes Bondi.
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22/05/2014
Read Dr Michael Hill’s speech at the opening of Stephen King’s major survey show at Tamworth Regional Gallery. 
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22/05/2014
Davina Corti, Sculpture by the Sea Sales Manager, says goodbye after working with the team for over seven years.
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22/05/2014
Experience some of the best that Japan has to offer with David Handley, Founding Director of Sculpture by the Sea and Dr Michael Hill, Art Historian and Author.
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22/05/2014
Thank you to all of the artists who applied for this year’s exhibition. We are looking forward returning to Bondi for the 18th year for another great show.
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22/05/2014
The $30,000 Helen Lempriere Scholarships are designed to advance individual artists' careers by enabling them to travel, study and undertake opportunities to further their artistic development. more ...
6/05/2014
Michael Hill is opening the exhibition on Friday 9 May, followed on Saturday 10 May by a gallery talk by Stephen King with David Handley. more ...
24/04/2014
We are pleased to announce that with thanks to the Minderoo Foundation, there is a limited amount of freight assistance for the Bondi 2014 exhibition. more ...
1/04/2014
Congratulations to Ian Sanderson, winner of the Instagram SxSmoments Photo Contest! more ...
24/03/2014
Budding little artists join the exhibition in our Tiny Tots Tours.

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24/03/2014
Perth Airport has worked with local artist R.M. (Ron) Gomboc to bring a taste of Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe to Terminal 2.

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24/03/2014
This year over 400 visitors took part in the Tactile Tours which are run in partnership with arts organisation DADAA. 

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24/03/2014
Join us for Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi which will be held from 23 October to 9 November 2014.

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24/03/2014
See the creditials of the people judging the Cottesloe, 2014 SxSmoments contest.  


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23/03/2014
The recipients of the EY Peoples' Choice Prize and Kids’ Choice Prizes announced for the 10th Anniversary exhibition.

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