What’s On

What’s On


Play, learn and create with Sculpture at Scenic World’s 2017 program, designed specifically for small people! Engage with this year’s exhibiting artists and the methodologies employed in their works. These fun, educational workshops allow children to take home their own artwork – along with new skills to keep creating.

Running every weekend from 10:30am in the Sculpture for Small People Makerspace, located on level 3 at Scenic World, this program promises to challenge and inspire! All workshops are $15.00, which includes all materials.

Find out more about our workshops 

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Woodstock is an exciting sculpture exhibition which showcases a diverse array of artworks at iconic locations throughout the Blue Mountains. Drawing inspiration from the artistic medium of timber, Woodstock features works from Australia’s finest sculptors along an art trail which extends to the Hydro Majestic Hotel, the Carrington Hotel, and the Fairmont Hotel. The trail also extends to include Scenic World and the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre in Katoomba, and Braemar Gallery at the Springwood Hub. Confirmed artists include Elyssa Sykes-Smith, Dale Miles, Stevie Fieldsend, Ludwig Micek and Ian Swift.

Woodstock is a free exhibition which is open to the public throughout Sculpture at Scenic World from April 7 – May 7, 2017.

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Sculpture Otherwise is an exhibition of smaller sculpture by the exhibiting artists participating in Sculpture at Scenic World from April 7- May 7 2017, held in the Seminar Room of 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.

Discover more about Sculpture Otherwise and Woodstock during a lunchtime talk with Sculpture at Scenic World Exhibition Manager & Curator Justin Morrissey and a number of exhibiting artists on Saturday 22 April from 11.30am-1pm. Entry is free with Sculpture at Scenic World tickets.

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Enjoy a live music and digital projection event like no other that combines stunning cinematography with the unique sounds of the human voice and animal calls from endangered species. ‘Dangerous Song – Blue’ is a moving one hour performance that explores the ecological state of our oceans and aims to transform emotion into action. Taking place on April 22 at Scenic World Restaurant EATS270 from 5.30pm, tickets are available on the night at the door and can be purchased from www.musichunter.com.au.



Be guided through highlights of Sculpture at Scenic World 2016 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.