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Each year Sculpture by the Sea generates a range of awards and subsidies to recognise the achievements of a number of artists and provide support to assist artists with the costs associated with exhibiting, such as materials and freight.

Clicking on the 'past winner' links below will take you to information regarding the past recipients of these awards and subsidies.

 

ARTIST SUBSIDIES AND PURCHASES

COTTESLOE 2009

NAB Western Australian

Sculptor Scholarship $10,000

 

 

2009 recipient

Kevin Draper fragment

 

(past winners)

 

 

 

 

Alcoa of Australia is Co-Principal Sponsor of Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2009 and is providing aluminium to a selection of exhibiting artists;

Jon Tarry (View Image)
Nick Horn
Miik Green
David Carstairs
Joan Johnson
Noah Birch

   

 

 

Andrea Stretton Memorial Invitation of $5,000

and an invitation to exhibit in Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2009

funded by the Patrons of

Sculpture by the Sea and the Collectors Club

2009 recipient

 

(past winners)

   

Xanadu Wines Artist Subsidy of $1,000

2009 recipient

Melanie Maclou

 
 

MOB

People's Choice Prize of $2,500

2009 recipient

Len Zuks antipodean recruits

(past winners)

 

 

 

NAB Kids' Choice Prize of $1,000

2009 recipient

John Hutchinson line in the sand

(past winners)

   

All Western Australian artists exhibiting in Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2009 have been supported by the Government of Western Australia with funding of $30,000 from the Department of Culture and the Arts.

 

 
Sculpture by the Sea Dinosaur Designs Trophies

The Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe Dinosaur Designs Trophies are presented to artists selected for distinction by the curatorial panel and by voters in the MOB People's Choice and NAB Kids' Choice Prize.

Dinosaur Designs is one of Australia's most successful creative collaborations formed by design trio Louise Olsen, Stephen Ormandy and Liane Rossler. For over twenty years Dinosaur Designs have been colouring the world with their bright and orginal pieces. The trophies have been modelled on a hand-made proto-type and moulded in resin, the team's signature material.

 

Alcoa of Australia

As part of its support of Sculpture by the Sea, Co-Principal Sponsor Alcoa of Australia has acquired one of the exhibited sculptures, which will be installed for public display at a suitable location near one of Alcoa's operations. Alcoa's 2009 Acquisition to be announced soon.

Time Frame by Derek Roach, was purchased from Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2008 for public display at a suitable location near one of Alcoa's operations.

 

Derek Roach

time frame

Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe 2008

Photo by Karen Castle

(past purchases)

The Town of Cottesloe Collection

The Town of Cottesloe has aquired three sculptures from the previous Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe exhibitions. These sculptures form the start of a collection for permanent public display for all to enjoy.

The Town of Cottesloe has approved funding to aquire a sculpture from Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2009 to be the fifth piece in the collection. 

Past Purchases

2008

 

Clara Hali

tribanga III

Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe 2008

Location: Station St

2007

Jennifer Cochrane

roundabout (monument series)

Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe 2007

Location: Marine Parade Beachfront (South End)

2005

2006

 

Yoshio Nitta

4 Pots

Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe 2005

Location: Cottesloe Civic Centre Grounds, 109 Broome St.

Mark Grey-Smith

Centrefold

Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe 2006

Location: Marine Parade

Beachfront (North End)

 
 




Sculpture by the Sea will return for the sixth year on Perth's stunning Cottesloe Beach from

4 - 21 March 2010

 

 
     
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