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Sculpture at Barangaroo 2017

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What do you get when you combine striking outdoor sculptures by Australian artists with the stunning back drop of Sydney Harbour? You get a wonderful, outdoor art exhibition, namely Sculpture at Barangaroo.

Sculpture Barangaroo 2017
Kangooroo by Richard Tipping

In partnership with Sculpture by the Sea, the Barangaroo Delivery Authority has announced Sculpture at Barangaroo will be returning this year from 5th - 20th August 2017. Hooray!

This free, family-friendly, outdoor art exhibition will showcase the work of nine Australian artists along a sculpture trail on the beautiful harbour foreshore of Barangaroo Reserve. The trail will run along the Wulugul Walk to Nawi Cove and on the Stargazer and Walumil Lawns and will feature 14 artworks.

Sculpture Barangaroo 2017
Bower by Cave Urban

Emerging artists, as well as established artists, will be taking part in the event. The artists who will be exhibiting at Sculpture at Barangaroo this year will include:

Michael Le Grand - this celebrated Australian sculptor will have six works on display in a mini-retrospective
Tereasa Trevor
Christopher Langton

The artworks on display will include five new works created specifically for this exhibition, plus nine existing sculptures which have been selected to compliment this striking location by curator Geoffrey Edwards.

Sculpture Barangaroo 2017
Buttress by Michael Le Grand

The exhibition is free and will be open to the public between 8am and 6pm daily during the 16 day period. Visitors are invited to enjoy and explore the sculpture trail and the park at their own pace.

For further insight into Barangaroo Reserve and its rich Aboriginal history and cultural significance, you may wish to join an Aboriginal Cultural Tour. Bookings are essential and fees apply. To book a tour click here.

How to get there:
When visiting Barangaroo Reserve public transport is recommended and the closest train stations are Circular Quay and Wynyard. It takes around 15 - 20 minutes to walk from either of these stations. For more information about getting there click here.

Barangaroo Reserve is a stunning location for an outdoor art exhibition. But don't take my word for it, get out there and see it for yourself.
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Why? For some outdoor art therapy
When: 5-20 August 2017
Where: Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney
Cost: Free
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Good to know, will definitely visit this one! Thank you.
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