Every Spring, Sculpture by the Sea brings some of the most incredible art to the coastal walk along Bondi to Tamarama, but let’s be honest, two weeks isn’t long enough for the huge crowds the event brings. Good news is, some of the best sculptures from this year’s walk are making their way to Western Sydney, and they’re here to stay.
For close to NINE MONTHS, Casula Parklands will be home to eight of the best works from Sculpture by the Sea. Lining the banks of the Georges River, you’ll be able to walk from the Casula Powerhouse along the Liverpool Sculpture Walk, featuring amazing pieces like David Ball’s Celest, pictured above.
Until now, only one other location in Australia played home to year-round exhibitions of sculptures from Sculpture by the Sea, Granite Island in South Australia, so it’s a big deal for Liverpool to be joining the list!
The sculptures will be on display until late August 2020, alongside series of exciting exhibitions and events at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.
“Art should be accessible to everyone and the Liverpool Sculpture Walk along the Georges River is a very attractive setting for such a significant display of quality public art”, Founding Director of Sculpture by the Sea said, “We hope these sculptures will be enjoyed by and inspire local people and visitors from across western Sydney and further afield.”