Exhibition 2019

Friday 8 March

Opening Ceremony; Bermagui Community Centre 7pm

Official Exhibition Opening – Welcome to country, Prize and Award Presentations

Saturday 9 – Sunday 17 March

Indoor Exhibition: Bermagui Community Centre
10am – 4pm

60 + entries on display

Outdoor Exhibition: Dickson Point Headland and Foreshore 9.30 – 5pm

60+ entries on display – you are welcome to picnic amongst the artworks

Saturday 16 March

Symposium Dinner: Bermi’s Beachside Cafe 6.30pm – 9.00pm

The Symposium Dinner provides a unique opportunity for the public to gain an understanding of the work of three of our exhibiting artists.  These sculptors will present a range of creative, conceptual and artistic responses to site and landscape, form and contemporary ideas.  Join us to enjoy a delightful meal and take the time to interact with the community of sculptors. Artists presenting will be announced in February.

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Sunday 17 March

Closing Ceremony: Dickinson Point Headland 6pm

Picnic on the point with live music – People’s Choice Award presentation & Fire sculptures

Exhibition Extras

Sunday 10 March

Live music Dickinson Point Headland 5pm

Friday 15 March

Stargazing & Starlight Conversations with Artists ; Dickinson Point Headland 8pm

Sip your champagne. Stargaze the sculptures of the universe and enjoy Artists’ stories.

Saturday 16 March

Art Action Workshop; Dickson Headland 10.30 – 1pm

Join us for fun ‘making a group sculpture’ Project. Recycle, Recreate.
Children and Adults welcome.

Events & Activities

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Staged in unspoilt coastal landscape

Sculpture Bermagui, one of the region’s top five flagship events, is held over 10 days each March in the village of Bermagui on the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales, in the middle of magnificent forests, fields, beaches and headlands.

Beautiful Dickinson Point headland and foreshore host the outdoor works and other sculpture centred activities, as well as music and fire spectacles. The indoor works are curated in the nearby Community Centre to enable their appreciation, out of the elements.

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