Sculpture Competition – Our Wonderful World 2018

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OUR WONDERFUL WORLD Sculpture Competition 2018.

We are inviting artists to enter a sculpture with the theme “Our Wonderful World” in our 2018 competition. Sculptures will be exhibited at the Working Art Space, 2 Albert Street, Sheffield from February 24th – April 8th 2018. This competition will be a part of the Kentish Art’s Festival, which includes the week of Mural Fest.

Drawing on the same source piece of text:

“Magnificent nature history and arts

lets lay down our weapons and open our hearts

We’ll all come together with flags unfurled

And celebrate our wonderful world.” – Annie Willock

…the sculpture competition asks artists to express their ideas in a three dimensional way. The Sculpture Competition will be on show at the Working Art Space Gallery from March 4th until April 23rd and everyone who visits is able to vote on their favourite work. Will your choice agree with the Judge’s Award or will you be able to see something in a work that they might have missed?

Last year’s Sculpture Competition attracted lots of fascinating entries from artist across Tasmania and this year will be no exception.


The WORKING ART SPACE Gallery is open 10-4 daily at 2 Albert St, Sheffield.

Why not make your way there by travelling along the MOSAIC PATH through King George V Park. The path runs from the carpark at the back of the Sheffield Shed, Blacksmith Café and Commonwealth Bank all the way to the Working Art Space Gallery in the historic Drill Hall. There’s no better time than the present to explore this hidden gem of Sheffield.

…and don’t forget to drop into the ONTRAK GALLERY at the Information Centre where you will find quality artworks by local artists and craftspeople. The ideal place to find a unique gift, something special for yourself or even beautiful handmade cards.

2017 Winners

Judges Prize and People’s Choice Award

Ferri Lee

Runner up in the Judges Award

June Hope