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Sculpture In Context 2014 at the National Botanic Gardens,


4th September to 17th October 2014

Sculpture in Context 2014 will return once again to the National Botanic Gardens, showcasing the work of Irish and international artists, it is the largest and most prestigious outdoor sculpture exhibition in Ireland.

All Artists have been notified of selection

If you have not received any correspondence please contact us at info@sculptureincontext.com

 

Major New Award announced for 2014

The New Ireland Assurance Sculpture Award

This is a substantial Monetary Prize which will be awarded to a large outdoor sculpture of distinction in any medium (Size to be in excess of 1.5m).

The award of €3,000 is one of the largest prizes available to sculptors in Ireland and should prove to be a major incentive for artists to exhibit larger pieces in the National Botanic Gardens.

This exciting new award will continue to raise the profile of the show both nationally and internationally and will complement our other awards, which include;

Four Sculpture in Context Awards to the value of €500 each
Two ‘People’s Choice Awards’ to the value of €250 each.
The CAST Award - This award is for foundry costs to the value of €1,250 for casting a work in bronze.
The Mill Cove Award - Immediate representation from the gallery, and the opportunity of a solo exhibition in 2015 at the Mill Cove Gallery and Sculpture Gardens, Castletownbere.

 

For further information please contact;
Jackie Ball, Sculpture In Context
info@sculptureincontext.com
Mob: +353 872421675

Lynda Christian Flower Vine


 

 

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