For ten days - 1 - 10 October 2021 discover and enjoy over 150 sculptures, set in the rural landscape. and the galleries of the charming town of Dungog.
In town and on the farm!
1 October - Friends and Benefactors Preview by invitation.
Sculptures come from all over Australia and are all for sale.
A Coffee Cart with a difference. Ample parking. Sculpture Lunches and Dinners, Workshops, Films. Credit card facilities.
Sculpture on the Farm is back, bigger and better than ever in 2021. Our October 2021 exhibition - extended to 10 days - Friday 1 October to Sunday 10 October.
Indoor works will be displayed in galleries in the township of Dungog while the outdoor works will remain on the farm at “Fosterton” in the idyllic rural Williams River Valley. With Sculpture Lunches and Dinners and Films to add value to the experience for sculpture lovers and visitors alike, it’s a regional experience not to be missed.
Dungog, in the Hunter Region of NSW, is renowned for its forests, mountains and rural scenery and is a perfect location for sculpture lovers, couples and families looking to visit this scenic part of the Hunter Valley.
It is hoped that a visit to Sculpture on the Farm Dungog will generate an enduring and increased appreciation of the importance of sculpture in the public domain.
Adult $5 - Entry to the outdoor exhibition at "Fosterton" is $5 which includes the catalogue of sculptures available for sale.
Entry to the indoor exhibitions in Dungog is FREE, the catalogue is $5.
Children are FREE.