Sculpture at Scenic World 2020 | Rescheduled

Beneath the canopy of an ancient rainforest, discover the latest iteration of ‘Sculpture at Scenic World’, a regional outdoor sculpture exhibition, set along the 2.4km Scenic Walkway in the heart of the Blue Mountains from 9 April to 10 May.* All exhibiting artists are in the running for the coveted Scenic World Major Prize of $20,000. Free public programs include daily tours and kids’ activities.

Georgina Galea, Y?, 2019, wood, metal, paint, eucalyptus leaf, glue, metal screws. Courtesy the artist and Sculpture at Scenic World, Sydney

“Sculpture at Scenic World’ takes art beyond the white walls of the gallery space to create the unexpected among the natural environment,’ says curator, Justin Morrissey. ‘It invites visitors to explore nature and art in new ways; to discover more about our world heritage environment, and to celebrate the incredible talents of artists who have adapted their ideas to suit the natural environment.’

Louis Pratt, Regret, 2019, coal, steel, resin. Photograph: Keith Maxwell. Courtesy the artist and Sculpture at Scenic World, Sydney

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* Dates published in our April 2020 print issue, however, in light of current public health concerns regarding COVID-19, ‘Sculpture at Scenic World’ has been rescheduled to the following year and will now exhibit from April 1 to May 2, 2021.