The call for entries for Sculpture at Sawmillers 2021 have now closed. The judges selected 56 entries and were impressed by the very high quality of submissions.
Sculptors are invited to participate in Sculpture at Sawmillers in October 2021. A non-acquisitive Sculpture at Sawmillers Prize of $30,000, and other prizes will be awarded.
We’re proud to publish the winners of the Sculpture at Sawmillers 2016 Poetry Prizes, which was announced on 24 September. Congratulations Elizabeth Holland and Stephen House!
The Sculpture at Sawmillers 2016 People’s Choice Prize of $3,000, sponsored by the Family of the Late Michael Tribe, was awarded to Jane Dawson for her sculpture, ‘Emu’.
On Saturday 17 September, over 500 people gathered to hear the former Governor-General of Australia, Dame Quentin Bryce, announce the winners of Sculpture at Sawmillers 2016.