Info for Sculptors

First round entries now open, until 30 June 2021

We welcome sculptors from across Australia to exhibit at this year’s expanded Sculpture on the Farm Dungog. This year for the first time the larger works will display at “Fosterton” while smaller works will be presented at three sites in central Dungog.

The online entry requires you to complete the Step 1. Sculptor Registration form AND the Step 2. Entry Details form, for up to four works. The Important Dates Schedule for entries is below. Please also refer to the Terms and Conditions page.

Step 1 | Sculptor Registration

Please provide all the details in the form linked below to register for Sculpture on the Farm 2021 and then go to the Step 2 | Entry Details form to submit your entries
in the First Round Expressions of Interest for #SOF2021

Step 2 | Entry Details

Please complete Step 1 to register your entry
in the First Round Expressions of Interest for #SOF2021.
You will need to submit a separate Step 2 form for each entry; up to four entries.

Important Dates for Sculpture on the Farm 2021

“Fosterton”, 824 Fosterton Road, Dungog and three galleries in Dowling Street, Dungog.

All works will be for sale.

Submit your entry online
You will be notified of the status of your application
By Wed 30 June
By Wed 14 July
Installation of sculptures Fri 1 October between 7am–12noon or by prior arrangement
Judging of all sculptures Fri 1 October after 12noon
Preview of outdoor works @ “Fosterton” Fri 1 October 3pm–5pm
Preview of indoor works @ Royal Hotel, Dungog by Design and Gallery on Dowling Fri 1 October 5pm–7pm
Announcement of People’s Choice Outdoor Award @ “Fosterton” Sat 9 October 11am
Announcement of People’s Choice Indoor Award @ Royal Hotel Dungog Sat 9 October 12noon
Opening Hours: “Fosterton” and the galleries on Dowling Street: Royal Hotel Dungog, Gallery on Dowling and Dungog By Design Sat 2 to Sat 9 October 10am–4pm
Sun 10 October 10am–12noon
Collection and removal of works by sculptors or purchasers, from their respective venues Sun 10 October 12:30pm–3pm