Sculpture by the Sea celebrates its 15th Annual Cottlesloe exhibition in 2019. The call for submissions for Cottesloe is now open. This year the exhibition will run between 1 — 18 March 2019.
Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe is staged on the beautiful Cottesloe Beach, Western Australia. The exhibition is featured from the sea wall all the way along the sand towards North Cottesloe and on the surrounding grassed areas creating a beautiful sculpture park. Access to Cottesloe Beach can be made from the ramps or stairs at different locations along Marine Parade.
- An estimated 220,000 visitors over 3 weeks
- Strong sculpture sales
- Open to artists, from senior through to emerging artists alike
- Over 70 sculptures by Australian and international artists
Awards and Subsidies:
- Up to four or more new and innovative work subsidies of $5,000 – $10,000 each with support from the Australia Council for the Arts
- Western Australian Sculptor Scholarship of $10,000 with thanks to Gavin Bunning and Julienne Penny
- Crown Resorts and Packer Family Foundations Indigenous Artist Support Program of $10,000
- The Danish Artist Subsidy of $10,000
- The Mostyn Family Foundation Artist Subsidy of $5,000 for an International Artist
- Assistance for all artists for reasonable use of install and de-install Site Crew and heavy equipment with support from the Australia Council for the Arts
- Aluminium material support for some Western Australian artists sponsored by Alcoa
- The Andrea Stretton Memorial Invitation of $7,500 to exhibit at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019
- The EY People’s Choice prize of $5,000
- Amy Barrett-Lennard, Director, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art
- Dr Bruce Slatter, Artist & Deputy Head, School of Design and Art, Curtin University
- Professor Ted Snell AM, Director, Cultural Precinct, University of Western Australia
- Philip Spelman, Artist
Deadline: Sunday 19 August, 2018 Midnight.