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Sculpture Walk By The Sea Lures Enthusiasts
Sculpture always adds another dimension to any area in which it is constructed. It's quite common now to see sculptures in parks, outside museums, in schools, residence's yards and even by the beach.
The Sculpture by the Sea event returns to Sydney with the coastal walk from Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach from 24th October through to 10th November 2019. This is the world's largest free walk of spectacular sculpture masterpieces, which include exhibits from over 100 artists in Australia and across the world. The idea for the event came from a wish to create a major free to the public arts event for Sydney. Each sculpture provides individual meanings for the viewer and possibly a completely different meaning for the artist. That's the beauty of art; we are taken on a journey that relates to our soul and sometimes on a very personal level of expression.
This will be a relaxing walk and I'm sure you will be stopping along the way to take several photographs of this amazing exhibition.
Volunteers play an important role in the running of Sculpture by the Sea by giving assistance in organising the day to day schedules. If this is something you are interested in, please read more here. Volunteers have the opportunity of working side-by-side with industry professionals and artists, meet and join a community of like-minded people, are provided with a Sculpture by the Seal T-Shirt and lunch during your shifts, as well as receiving a certificate of appreciation and upon request a written reference.
There are several awards given to sculptures from this event of which past years can be viewed on their website. For more information on this amazing event, please go to www.sculpturebythesea.com/bondi/ #sxsbondi19 | #sculpturebythesea