What’s On

What’s On

SCULPTURE FOR SMALL PEOPLE

Play, learn and create with Sculpture at Scenic World’s 2018 program, designed specifically for small people! Engage with this year’s exhibiting artists and the methodologies employed in their artworks. Free workshops will run daily throughout the exhibition period so there will always be exciting, art making activities for kids and families to explore together!

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RE:MIX

Take your imagination on an adventure for RE:MIX, an exciting outdoor exhibition which takes the meaning of upcycling to a whole new level. Inspired by the theme of creative reuse, RE:MIX showcases works at iconic locations throughout the Blue Mountains from April 13 – May 13.

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SCULPTURE OTHERWISE

Sculpture Otherwise is an exhibition of smaller sculpture by the exhibiting artists participating in Sculpture at Scenic World from April 13- May 13 2018, held at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre. The indoor exhibition provides a fantastic opportunity for collectors and the public to purchase works by emerging, mid-career and established Australian and International artists.

Meet exhibiting artists, visitors and local artisans at an official launch event held at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre on Friday April 20, followed by a lunchtime talk with Sculpture at Scenic World Exhibition Manager & Curator Justin Morrissey on Saturday April 21. Entry is free with Sculpture at Scenic World tickets.

 

PUBLIC GUIDED TOURS

Be guided through highlights of Sculpture at Scenic World 2018 by our exhibition staff. These engaging tours are a highly informative introduction to this year’s exhibition. All guided tours and are included with ticket purchase and start at the exhibition entrance on the Scenic Walkway – please arrive 30 minutes beforehand to allow for transport into the valley. Guided Tours run daily at 1.30pm.