Sculpture on the Farm

2021 Exhibition — 1-10 October

Sculpture on the Farm is back, bigger and better than ever in 2021.

Our October 2021 exhibition has been extended to 10 days from Friday 1 October to Sunday 10 October. 

For the first time the indoor works will be displayed in galleries in the township of Dungog at Gallery on Dowling, 120 Dowling St, The Royal Hotel, 80 Dowling St, and Dungog By Design, 224 Dowling St, while the outdoor works will remain on the scenic farm at Fosterton in the idyllic rural Williams River Valley. With Sculpture Lunches and Dinners, a Film and Workshops to add value to the experience for sculpture lovers and visitors alike, it’s a regional experience not to be missed.

Eminent Australian sculptors including Inge King, Jimmy Rix, Peter Tilley, Braddon Snape, Hugh McLachlan, Jane Dawson and emerging sculptors including Carolyn Rendle and Ionas Kaltenbach will be exhibiting this year. Entries officially open 1 April 2021 and close Monday 14 June 2021.

We are excited to announce that judges for our event this year will be Steven Alderton, Director and CEO of the National Art School, Sydney and Gerry Bobsien, Director of the Maitland Regional Art Gallery.

Dungog in the Hunter Region of NSW is renowned for its forests, mountains and rural scenery and is a perfect location for sculpture lovers, couples and families looking to visit this scenic part of NSW.

We look forward to seeing you in Dungog and Fosterton this October.

Acknowledgement of Country

Sculpture on the Farm honours First Nations people and acknowledges the Gringai people, traditional custodians of this land
of wooded hills, forests, streams and river valleys.