Sculpture by the Bay

27 Feb – 1 Mar 2021

Entries Open
1 Sept 2020

Entries Close
30 Nov 2020

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Sculpture by the Bay

27 Feb – 1 Mar 2021

Entries Open 1 Sept 2020
Entries Close 30 Nov 2020

SUBMIT A SCULPTURE BY THE BAY ENTRY
SUBMIT A SMALL SCULPTURE PRIZE ENTRY

2020

Sculpture
by the Bay

Award Winners

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2020
Sculpture by the Bay Award Winners

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2020

Small Sculpture Prize

Award Winners

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2020
Small Sculpture Prize
Award Winners

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Sponsors

Ongoing success led to the expansion of Sculpture by the Bay in 2019 to include a Small Sculpture Prize. The Committee partnered with Christian Fletcher Gallery in Dunsborough for the display of the Small Sculpture Prize exhibition with the opportunity to exhibit up to 40 works.

Sponsorship of awards for both exhibitions is provided by individual community members, and local businesses who have a strong belief in the importance of the event for the community, as well as supporting artists in their creative endeavours. Without our sponsors continued commitment to Sculpture by the Bay it would not be possible for the event to be the success it is.

Sponsors

Ongoing success led to the expansion of Sculpture by the Bay in 2019 to include a Small Sculpture Prize. The Committee partnered with Christian Fletcher Gallery in Dunsborough for the display of the Small Sculpture Prize exhibition with the opportunity to exhibit up to 40 works.

Sponsorship of awards for both exhibitions is provided by individual community members, and local businesses who have a strong belief in the importance of the event for the community, as well as supporting artists in their creative endeavours. Without our sponsors continued commitment to Sculpture by the Bay it would not be possible for the event to be the success it is.

Become a Sponsor
Sculpture by the Bay - Sponsors - Happs Wines
Sculpture by the Bay - Sponsors - Christian Fletcher Gallery
Sculpture by the Bay - Sponsors - Dianne Laurence
Sculpture by the Bay - Sponsors - Dunsborough Progress Association
Sculpture by the Bay - Sponsors - City of Busselton
Sculpture by the Bay - Sponsors - JMW Real Estate
Sculpture by the Bay - Sponsors - Braeco

Sculpture by the Bay

ENTRY FORMS
Sculpture by the Bay Entry Form

Small Sculpture Prize

ENTRY FORMS
Sculpture by the Bay - Small Sculpture Prize Entry Form

27 Feb – 1 Mar 2021

Entries Open 1 Sept 2020  –  Entries Close 30 Nov 2020

For just three days each March long weekend the Dunsborough Foreshore at the end of Dunn Bay Road is transformed, as artists provide a visual display of outdoor sculptural works for all to enjoy.  The event commenced in 2010 with just 12 artworks on display, and grew to 45 outside sculptures, and 28 small inside sculptures for the March Long Weekend in 2019.

Sculpture by the Bay is coordinated entirely by local volunteers of the Dunsborough Progress Association. Bringing community together.  Their purpose is to; foster interest in Public artwork, to provide a venue for artists of outdoor works to exhibit, and in particular, to develop a Sculpture Trail within the Dunsborough area.
Click here to view a map of the Dunsborough Sculpture Trail.
The inaugural 2019 Small Sculpture Prize has given artists the opportunity to exhibit smaller works created with a wider range of media.

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27 Feb – 1 Mar 2021

Entries Open 1 Sept 2020  –  Entries Close 30 Nov 2020

For just three days each March long weekend the Dunsborough Foreshore at the end of Dunn Bay Road is transformed, as artists provide a visual display of outdoor sculptural works for all to enjoy.  The event commenced in 2010 with just 12 artworks on display, and grew to 45 outside sculptures, and 28 small inside sculptures for the March Long Weekend in 2019.

Sculpture by the Bay is coordinated entirely by local volunteers of the Dunsborough Progress Association. Bringing community together.  Their purpose is to; foster interest in Public artwork, to provide a venue for artists of outdoor works to exhibit, and in particular, to develop a Sculpture Trail within the Dunsborough area. The inaugural 2019 Small Sculpture Prize has given artists the opportunity to exhibit smaller works created with a wider range of media.

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27 Feb – 1 Mar 2021

Entries Open 1 Sept 2020
Entries Close 30 Nov 2020

For just three days each March long weekend the Dunsborough Foreshore at the end of Dunn Bay Road is transformed, as artists provide a visual display of outdoor sculptural works for all to enjoy.  The event commenced in 2010 with just 12 artworks on display, and grew to 45 outside sculptures, and 28 small inside sculptures for the March Long Weekend in 2019.

Sculpture by the Bay is coordinated entirely by local volunteers of the Dunsborough Progress Association. Bringing community together.  Their purpose is to; foster interest in Public artwork, to provide a venue for artists of outdoor works to exhibit, and in particular, to develop a Sculpture Trail within the Dunsborough area. The inaugural 2019 Small Sculpture Prize has given artists the opportunity to exhibit smaller works created with a wider range of media.

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Awards – Sculpture by the Bay

$3,000 Dianne Laurance Open Award
Judged on its artistic merits as the Best Public Sculpture.
$5,000 City of Busselton Acquisitive Award
Judged on the criteria set out by the The City of Busselton, to suit the location of the Dunsborough Sculpture Trail.
$1,000 Happs Wines Emerging Artist Award
For a work by an artist who has not previously exhibited their work publicly in a competitive exhibition. Sponsors’ discretion to split the award.
$1,500 Braeco Sales Darn Art Recycling Award
Judged as a work of sculptural merit constructed from more than 60% by volume recycled material. Sponsors’ discretion to split the award.
$1,000  Christian Fletcher Environmental Award
Judged on the strength of its environmental message.
$500 JMW Real Estate People’s Choice Award
For a work judged by the Public to be the most popular piece of the exhibition, awarded on the final day of the exhibition.
A $50 gift voucher will also be presented to a member of the public named on a randomly drawn voting slip.
$500 Nature’s Atelier Children’s Choice Award
For a work judged by Children aged 16 or under, to be the most popular piece of the exhibition, awarded on the final day of the exhibition.
One each $25 gift voucher will also be presented to children named on two randomly drawn voting slips.
 $500 Dianne Laurance Artists of the Future Award – School entries.
PREVIOUS WINNERS

Awards – Small Sculpture Prize

$1500 NowGen Building by Nick Goode  Small Sculpture Prize  – for a work judged on its sculptural excellence as best in exhibition.
$1000 Special Commendation Prize – for a work of  outstanding merit (There is the opportunity for a new Sponsor of this Prize – Enquiries contact SBB)
$500 Christian Fletcher Gallery – SSP People’s Choice Award – for a work judged by the Public to be the most popular piece of the exhibition, awarded on the final day of the exhibition. 
PREVIOUS WINNERS

Awards
Sculpture by the Bay

$3,000 Dianne Laurance Open Award
Judged on its artistic merits as the Best Public Sculpture.

$5,000 City of Busselton Acquisitive Award
Judged on the criteria set out by the The City of Busselton, to suit the location of the Dunsborough Sculpture Trail.

$1,000 Happs Wines Emerging Artist Award
For a work by an artist who has not previously exhibited their work publicly in a competitive exhibition. Sponsors’ discretion to split the award.

$1,500 Braeco Sales Darn Art Recycling Award
Judged as a work of sculptural merit constructed from more than 60% by volume recycled material. Sponsors’ discretion to split the award.

$1000  Christian Fletcher Environmental Award
Judged on the strength of its environmental message.

$500 JMWReal Estate People’s Choice Award
For a work judged by the Public to be the most popular piece of the exhibition, awarded on the final day of the exhibition.
A $50 gift voucher will also be presented to a member of the public named on a randomly drawn voting slip.

$500 Nature’s Atelier Children’s Choice Award
For a work judged by Children aged 16 or under, to be the most popular piece of the exhibition, awarded on the final day of the exhibition.

One each $25 gift voucher will also be presented to children named on a two randomly drawn voting slips.

$500 Dianne LauranceArtists of the Future Award School entries.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

Awards
Small Sculpture Prize

$1500 NowGen Building by Nick Goode  Small Sculpture Prize  – for a work judged on its sculptural excellence as best in exhibition.

$1000 Special Commendation Prize – for a work of  outstanding merit (There is the opportunity for a new Sponsor of this Prize – Enquiries contact SBB)

$500 Christian Fletcher Gallery – SSP People’s Choice Award – for a work judged by the Public to be the most popular piece of the exhibition, awarded on the final day of the exhibition. 

PREVIOUS WINNERS