Sculpture Bermagui brings diverse three dimensional art to the public, showcasing the skill and imagination of sculptors through works from established and renowned artists and emerging talent, from across the country.
Sculpture Bermagui’s passion for visual arts and cultural growth is driving this uniquely placed exhibition forward.
Local patrons, local and regional businesses and organisations also provide active support and funding for an expanding list of cash and in-kind prizes and awards.
Very importantly, our visitors have been buying increasing numbers of works and overall total sales have risen over the last few years.
This growing interest in and material support for art presented at Sculpture Bermagui has produced a greater incentive for sculptors to submit their work for the exhibition.
Sculpture Bermagui attracts an audience of thousands from the local community, Sydney and across NSW, Melbourne and Victoria, as well as from Canberra and the ACT. Travellers from other states and overseas also visit the exhibition.
Sculpture Bermagui acknowledges the Yuin nation, their land on which the exhibition takes place and we pay our respects to their elders past, present and future.
The local region has an active and increasingly visible Aboriginal culture. We are fortunate to have the opportunity to enjoy talented artists, recognised storytellers, dance groups, musicians and galleries. Nearby places of indigenous significance to experience include Gulaga National Park, Wallaga Lake, Biamanga National Park and those along the Bermagui–Wallaga Lake Yuin Cultural Heritage Trail.
Sculpture Bermagui is organised and delivered by Edgy Art Inc, a not for profit incorporated charitable organisation, with a voluntary management committee of experienced and dedicated local community members.
Sculpture Bermagui is only possible with the invaluable input of many other individual volunteers before, during and after the exhibition.