Back in January, New Zealand’s move to Red forced the cancellation of Sculpture on the Peninsula less than a week before opening night.
Everything is looking beautiful at stunning Loudon Farm with just a couple of weeks to go until The Finale of Sculpture on the Peninsula.
Tickets are now on sale, and we know that the Grand Opening event from 5pm on Friday 28 January is going to be the hottest ticket in town.
Our January event will feature 72 of New Zealand’s established and up-and-coming artists with an incredible range of mediums.
We have made the difficult decision to postpone the Finale of Sculpture on the Peninsula.
With a record number of submissions, July was a tough month for our selectors.
The largest sculpture exhibition in the South Island is a very special event, held every two years and attended by more than 6000 people in 2019. This year will be even more special. After more than two decades, the organising committee have decided that this year’s event will be our last. So this is it — don’t miss out!
Those of you who were able to join us last weekend for Sculpture on the Peninsula sure had a treat. A weekend full of delicious sunshine was just what we needed for a successful event, and you turned up in your thousands.
It’s one week until Sculpture on the Peninsula kicks off with our not to be missed Grand Opening. If you haven’t yet got your ticket get in quick, as we always sell out. Enjoy an evening of stellar drinks, innovative food and outstanding entertainment, culminating with Joe Bennett’s infamously hilarious auction.
With only six weeks to go until Sculpture on the Peninsula, sculptors and artists around the country are hard at work. Tickets to the Grand Opening and weekend are on sale from today, so be sure to grab yours.