• GALA OPENING - Friday 28 September - SOLD OUT

  • Program for the October Long Weekend

    Friday 28 September:

    5pm Gala Opening

    6pm Official opening by Brigette Uren, Director of the Maitland Regional Art Gallery

    Announcement of the prizes by judge Paul Selwood

    • Sculpture on the Farm Acquisitive Prize $10,000
    • The Bloomfield Prize $500
    • The Sculptors Society Prize for Indoor Work $300

    Announcement of The Norco Prize for local Dungog Shire Artist $200

    • Coralie Nichols, General Manager of Dungog Shire Council

    Saturday 29 September and Sunday 30 September:

    9am Exhibition opens - Entry $5, Catalogue $5

    Sculpture rambles with artist Pennie Pomroy throughout the day as she chats with sculptors about their works

    5pm Exhibition closes

     

    Monday 1 October:

    9am Exhibition opens - Entry Free

    11am Announcement of the Sculpture on the Farm People’s Choice Award

    12 noon Exhibition closes

    Proud to receive support from the following organisations

  • Sculpture on the Farm

    Join us for the inaugural Sculpture on the Farm at "Fosterton"

    where some of Australia's finest sculptors

    meet the treasured rural landscape of Dungog.

     

    Sculpture on the Farm will be held in conjunction with the renowned

    Dungog Festival,

    which celebrates the arts, local food and rural life.

    For further information on the Dungog Festival activities go to www.dungogfestival.com.au

    Sculpture on the Farm is a not-for-profit exhibition which will direct profit to the promotion of public sculpture

    and the acquisition of public sculpture for Dungog,

    thus enhancing the experience of rural life for residents and visitors alike.