Friday 9th – Sunday 18th March
Over 100 fully curated Outdoor and Indoor sculptures on exhibition. To view the complete program, please click HERE
Symposium – Saturday 17th March
The Symposium provides a unique opportunity for the public to gain an understanding of the work of four 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.
Information about the artists presenting is available HERE.
From 6.00pm to 9.00pm at Bermi’s Beachside Cafe, 2-4 Lamont Street. $42 per person. Limited spaces remaining.
– On arrival
Cheese and antipasto boards, glass of champagne
– Two presentations
– Main course served
Please choose one from below and indicate your preference when booking the event.
* Gourmet chickpea stack with baby spinach, cherry tomatoes, grilled zucchini and mushrooms served with a rocket and parmesan salad (GF/V)
* Salt and pepper squid served with rocket and parmesan salad with balsamic dressing
* Classic Chicken Parmigiana served with chips and garden salad
* ‘Hot Rock’ local scotch fillet served with choice of sauce, chips and garden salad
Note: Choose your main course preference when BOOKING
– Two presentations
– Q&A session
A full range of alcoholic and soft drinks and teas/coffees is available throughout the event, on request.
All guests are welcome to linger after the Q&A session to meet the artists, for dessert and to socialise.
Event enquiries to Pauline Balos on 0468 464 167
To book, please click HERE
Keep in mind free Torchlight Tours and Starlight Conversations with Artists during the previous week.
Events & Activities
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Staged in unspoilt wilderness
Sculpture Bermagui, one of the region’s top five flagship events, is held over 10 days each March in unspoilt coastal wilderness of magnificent forests, fields, beaches and headlands.
Beautiful Dickinson Point headland and foreshore host the outdoor works, conversations with artists and public torchlight tours, 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.