The exhibition provides an opportunity for artists to showcase their work in a beautiful and unique botanical garden setting. The inaugural exhibition and $30,000 acquisitive award began in 2016 and featured local, national and international artists. Finalists also vie for the Gardener’s Choice and People’s Choice Award.
Wollongong Acquisitive Sculpture Award 2020
Applications are now open for the 2020 Wollongong Acquisitive Sculpture Award. The exhibition will run over eight weeks in the Wollongong Botanic Garden from 4 April to 31 May 2020.
To apply for the 2020 Award, follow these steps:
for Council's Online Services. We'll email you a user name and temporary password within two business days.
3. Once you have registered, you can apply online.
Benefits of registering for Councils online services:
- Saving un-submitted applications to edit and submit at a later date
- Auto population of name details, the system will recognise your company/organisation information when you sign in and pre load this information.
- Keep a record of all applications which have been lodged and track their process.
The winner of the Wollongong Acquisitive Sculpture Award has their work permanently installed in the Wollongong Botanic Garden.
Wollongong Acquisitive Sculpture Award
2016 - Louis Pratt - King Coal
2018 – Michael Purdy – Steel City
People’s Choice Award
2016 – Andreas Buisman – Coal
2018 – Mike Tikkeros - Windy Willow
2016 – Andreas Buisman - Coal
2018 – Libby Bloxham – Treasured Illawarra Resident
For more information call (02) 4227 7111 or email email@example.com
Above left: Louis Pratt's King Coal
Above right: Michael Purdy's Steel City (detail)