Brisbane Sculpture Festival 2019

50th Anniversary
and Members Exhibition

May 24 – 26, 10am to 4 pm (Friday Night Opening 6 to 8 pm)
Mt. Coot-tha Gardens and Auditorium

Over 70 indoor sculptures will be exhibited in the Auditorium. Life drawing and sculpting presentations will take place and visitors can chat with the artists.

32 sculptures will be displayed throughout the Gardens. The Visitors Centre will supply maps of the sculpture trail for self-guided tours and many days volunteer guides will be available.

All outdoor sculptures will be on display until mid June and then a selection until the beginning of August.

Free entry for all weekend events. All indoor & outdoor sculptures will be for sale.

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Next Forum

Wyaralong Sculpture Park – Inception to Fruition: Take the ride

Tuesday 4 June 2019 — 7:30pm

In 2015, seven acclaimed Queensland, Australian and international sculptors created monumental sculptures over 14 days to create the new Wyaralong Sculpture Park. The sculpture symposium and the resultant Sculpture Park at Wyaralong Dam near Beaudesert, was the brainchild of local business woman and farmer, Chris Grimmett. Together with the committee and members of BADCAP (Beaudesert and District Community Arts Projects) the Wyaralong Sculpture Park was planned and executed.

At Sculpture Queensland’s June Forum, 2019, Chris and Dave Grimmett will take us on a journey of creativity from start to fruition as they and other members of the BADCAP committee planned, together with the dedicated sculptors involved, proceeded and perfected the sculptures of the Wyaralong Sculpture Park in the 2015 Sculpture Symposium.

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Workshops

Short Pose Life Drawing

Every Thursday
7 – 9pm
Bookings not required

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Long Pose Life Drawing & Modelling

First Sunday of the Month
12:30pm – 3:30pm
Bookings Required

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Member Events

Sculpture in the Vines

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About Sculptors Queensland

Sculptors Queensland is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to promote the appreciation and creation of sculpture in our state.

Our enthusiastic group of sculptors meets at our studio and forum venue in a heritage building within the ground of the Old Queensland Museum at Bowen Hills.

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