PUBLIC GUIDED TOURS
Experience the highlights of Sculpture at Scenic World 2019 with our exhibition staff. These engaging tours are a highly informative introduction to this year’s exhibition.
Guided tours run daily at 11.00am and are free with every ticket purchase. Tours depart from the Sculpture at Scenic World Tour Meet Point along the Scenic Walkway. Please allow sufficient time for entry to Scenic World and to access the Walkway via the Scenic Railway or Scenic Cableway.
Play, learn and create at Sculpture at Scenic World with free activities for kids and their big people. Kids can nurture their inner artist with these exciting creative activities designed for children, families and carers to explore art together. All activities are held in the Makerspace in the main Scenic World forecourt.
PUZZLE + SHADOW PLAY
Take inspiration from the sculptures on display and play in the Makerspace tracing shadows and piecing together puzzles.
Every Saturday 10am-2pm.
Create your own ninja puppet and play with light and shadows.
Every Sunday 10am-2pm.
Get your hands dirty constructing your own sculptural worlds from natural materials and sand.
FREE KIDS ART NINJA TRAIL GUIDE
Go on an adventure in the rainforest with our art ninjas Echo, Kedumba, Sassafras, Mac and Lilly! Pick up your free Kids Trail Guide when you purchase your tickets and complete the activities to earn your very own Art Ninja badge.
This year, Sculpture at Scenic World presents TRACKS, a trail of outdoor artworks exhibited at iconic Blue Mountains locations. TRACKS explores the marks we make and traces we leave behind as we traverse the landscape.
Fairmont Resort SPA / Shellie Christian, Growth
Carrington Hotel / Peter Lundberg, Conspirator and International Spy Agent 2018
Scenic World / Zara Pasfield, Love Birds
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre / Harrie Fasher, Ahead
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre / Suzie Bleach & Andy Townsend, CAMOUFLAGE
Braemar Gallery / Margarita Sampson, The Grove
Blue Mountains YHA / Rochelle Summerfield, Watch out: Intrepid Woman About
BLUE MOUNTAINS CULTURAL CENTRE
Held at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Sculpture Otherwise is an exhibition of small works by artists participating in Sculpture at Scenic World 2019. The indoor exhibition provides a fantastic opportunity for collectors and the public to purchase works by emerging, mid-career and established Australian artists. Entry is free with Sculpture at Scenic World 2019 ticket purchase – display your wristband for entry.
CURATOR TALK & ARTIST MINGLE
SATURDAY 13 APRIL, 1PM-4PM
BLUE MOUNTAINS CULTURAL CENTRE
Join exhibiting artists to hear more about Sculpture Otherwise from Justin Morrissey, Exhibition Manager & Curator of Sculpture at Scenic World. Free with gallery admission or Sculpture at Scenic World 2019 ticket purchase – display your wristband for entry.
ARTIST WORKSHOP – NATURE DRAWN
SATURDAY 27 April & Saturday 4 May, 10am-2pm
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
Join artist Jody Graham for this two-part workshop that explores and expands on the creative potential the natural world provides. Learn how to construct your own drawing and painting tools, and experience the pleasure of using these implements with ink, mud and sap on paper. Take home a selection of mixed media works and drawing tool keepsakes. Bookings essential – learn more here.