Temora T-Light Sculpture Prize is now open for entries. The $500.00 Sculpture Prize 2021 is proudly sponsored by Temora Truck and Tractor Service. The sculpture prize is designed to provide a platform for artists of all sculptural mediums to exhibit and sell their work.
The exhibition is free to enter and open to everyone, new and aspiring artists of all ages are encouraged to take part.
The 2021 Sculpture Prize is an open prize, and the theme is:
Illuminated Sculpture – Any Subject – Any Medium. All sculpture must contain an element of solar lighting that will illuminate the sculpture for outdoor evening viewing. The illumination of the sculptural work is not intended to be literal. The type, amount, and location of the of the solar lighting is open to the artists interpretation.
Temora T-Light $500 Sculpture Prize Timeline
Entry Form Deadline
Midnight Wednesday 18 August 2021.
Please email or deliver entry forms to:
Culture@temora.nsw.gov.au or Temora Shire Council office, 105 Loftus Street Temora NSW 2666.
Please contact Amanda Gay on 0428 029 184 to arrange installation.
Delivery of Sculpture
All sculptures must be delivered and installed by the artist to the exhibition site at Lake Centenary, 420 Goldfields Way, Temora NSW 2666 no later than 1.00 pm on Friday 20 August 2021 or on Saturday 21 August 2021 by arrangement. Please contact the exhibition co-ordinator on 0428 029 184 to discuss your sculpture and the location that will best display the artwork.
Saturday 21 August 2021.
Sculpture may stay at the lake for an extended exhibition and sale period by arrangement with exhibition co-ordinator.
Exhibition Location and Hours
Lake Centenary 420 Goldfields Way, Temora NSW 2666.
Entry 3.30am – 9.00pm
21 August 2021
The Temora T-Light $500 Sculpture Prize will be judged, and the winner will be notified at the T-Light event prize giving 7.45 pm Saturday 21 August 2021.
Collection of Sculpture
Sunday 22 August 2021, or by arrangement with exhibition co-ordinator.
Image: Supplied by Temora Shire Council – from Old and Dazed, Temora Sculpture Prize