From humble beginnings, the tenth Sculpture on the Peninsula has raised a record amount, after more than 6000 people attended the November event.
A wildly successful community sculpture event has donated $100,000 to Cholmondeley Children’s Centre in Governors Bay.
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the Sculpture on the Peninsula People’s Choice award and $1000 prize is Sean Crawford for his piece ‘Butterfly Effect’.
The garden’s done, the lawns are mowed, the sculptures are in place, and the weather is looking tip top. We’re ready – are you?
Sculpture on the Peninsula is on this weekend, transforming Loudon Farm in Teddington, Banks Peninsula into a giant sculpture park.
With less than two weeks to go until the 10th Sculpture on the Peninsula, some fascinating works are starting to roll in. Here’s a little taste of what to expect:
Get your ticket for the Grand Opening. Sculpture, fine wine, craft beers and fabulous food.
The latest email newsletter. Including:
Barb Taylor talks about the early days of Sculpture on the Peninsula.
Getting your tickets.
With just over three months until Sculpture on the Peninsula, things are really beginning to ramp up.
Read a NZ Gardener story about the history of Loudon
Seeking contemporary sculptors — Check out these pics of some of the unique installation spaces still available.