2023 Exhibition Details
Friday 29 Sept 5pm until 7pm
Preview and Gala Opening - Ticketed
Saturday 30 Sept 10am until 4pm
Sunday 1 Oct 10am until 4pm
Monday 2 Oct 9am until 12 noon
ENTRY $5 - Sat & Sun - cash or card
Bring your smart phones or tablets so that you can view all the details of the catalogue while wandering around the paddocks and gardens.
Allusive Object (in red) by Braddon Snape. 2021 $5,000 RUPIO Prize for Metallurgical
Excellence 2021 & $1,000 Prize for Innovation
Pleaching by Patricia Wilson Adams. $2,000 Prize for Excellence in a Timber work
The 2023 exhibition is Back on the Farm and the 2023 e-catalogue is now LIVE.
ONLINE and On the Farm SALES will commence at 7pm on Friday 29 September.
Free Shuttle Buses from Dungog Visitor Information Centre to 'Fosterton' Saturday and Sunday OR Park in the paddocks.
ONLINE SALES will continue from Friday 29 September until Tuesday 31 October, 2023.
Chat with Badger Bates at 'Meet Me in the Tractor Shed'
Blacksmiths will be forging at 'Fosterton' on Saturday and Sunday
Sculpture on the Farm is a biennial sculpture exhibition held on the October long weekend at "Fosterton", Dungog, NSW Australia.
Established and emerging Australian sculptors will display 155 works in the galleries, gardens and paddocks of this picturesque rural cattle property. As in previous exhibitions we have attracted works by some of Australia's most eminent and exciting sculptors and this year from every state and territory of Australia except Western Australia.
Acknowledgement of Country
Sculpture on The Farm honours and acknowledges the Gringai people, the traditional Custodians of this land of wooded hills, forest, streams, and river valleys.