Artists wishing to exhibit are requested to supply photographs and/or working drawings of the work they intend to exhibit by 7 July 2017.
Artists can submit 3 works and/or an installation of work for inclusion in the exhibition.
10 Green Bottles – Aaron Te Rangaio
Dolls in Slaughter House – Juliet Novena Sorrel
All types, forms, and sizes of sculpture in all materials are eligible for entry to Sculpture on the Peninsula. The exhibition site can accommodate the largest to the smallest sculpture. There is a large outdoor area with many sites available and there are also indoor locations in the form of farm sheds and verandas. Artists are able to submit 3 pieces of work or an installation of work (an example of this is the 2011 Award Winner Cheryl Lucas work Harder Larder in the Slaughter House).
Harder Larder – Cheryl Lucas
Site Specific Installation Work
Sculpture on the Peninsula particularly encourages Installation work. Specific areas on the property have been identified that would suit this and are identified on the map below.
- Slaughter House
- Top of the Hill
- Woodland area
- Old Stables
- Milking Shed
- Suspending from various significant trees
- Corrugated iron walls of farm buildings
All submissions must arrive at
47 Reserve Terrace, Lyttelton 8082 or firstname.lastname@example.org
by Friday 7 July 2017.
Gill Hay, Event Manager, email@example.com
ph 03 328 7402, 021 0227 1157