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Sculpture on the Farm

Sculpture on the Farm is planning its third expanded exhibition this year for 1-10 October following successful exhibitions in both 2018 and 2019.

We look forward to welcoming you to Dungog in 2021 for our expanded exhibition including indoor works in Dungog galleries and outdoor works on the farm at “Fosterton” and hope that you will take with you an enduring and increased appreciation of the importance of sculpture in the public domain.

More than 150 sculptors have exhibited their works at “Sculpture on the Farm” over the first two exhibitions.  Sculpture on the Farm has certainly become a highlight of the October long weekend in Dungog. Paddocks, gardens and galleries radiated the enthusiasm of

Our October 2021 exhibition has been extended to 10 days and with Sculpture Lunches and Dinners and Films to add value to the experience for sculpture lovers and visitors to the Dungog region alike, it’s a regional experience not to be missed.

Philippa Graham
Chair | Sculpture on the Farm Inc

“Fosterton” | 824 Fosterton Road, Dungog, NSW 2420

SOF and Community

Sculpture on the Farm Inc has a mission to engage with sculptors, the local Dungog community and the wider public to encourage participation in and understanding of the arts, in particular sculpture.

As a not-for-profit organisation Sculpture on the Farm is committed to making a lasting contribution to the Dungog community.  Following each exhibition SOF donates sculpture for public display to Dungog for the enjoyment of the community and visitors to our region.

Following the SOF2018 ‘Nothin’ but Sky‘ by Braddon Snape was donated to Dungog and is proudly displayed on Dungog’s Hollywood Hill for all to enjoy.

The SOF Acquisitive Prize ‘Theatre of the Shadow’ by Newcastle artist Peter Tilley will also be donated for public display. An additional work by Bob Teasdale, ‘Entwined’ has been acquired by SOF and will soon also be donated into the community.