Celebrating 10 years in 2010, the prestigious Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize is calling for artists to enter their work for a chance to win a total of $13,000 in prize money. The Prize is the only national prize for free standing sculptures of smaller dimensions (up to 80cm) and annually attracts over 400 entries. Judges for the 2010 Prize are John Kaldor AM, Principal of Kaldor Public Art Projects, Monica McMahon, Curator – University of Western Sydney and Glenn Barkley, Curator – Museum of Contemporary Art. Entries close Friday 6 August.
Finalists will be selected for an extended public exhibition at Council Chambers 23 October – 7 November. Entry forms and information are available by calling (02) 9391 7135 or by visiting http://sculptureprize.woollahra.nsw.gov.au

“The importance of sculpture large or small is that we seem to connect with it on a very visceral level and that challenges often our perception of space and how we relate and interact with it.” Monica McMahon, 2010 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Judge.

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