Spring Sculpture Prize

Spring Sculpture Prize

lot19 are excited to announce that after a two-year enforced hiatus, the Spring Sculpture Prize will return in 2022! 
Entries are now open, and close on 26 September. Application forms and terms & conditions can be accessed via the links below. 
Alex Sanson – Direct Action 2030 Demonstrator Unit
Work by Taran Stanley

Entry Form

Terms & Conditions

Since its inception in 2006, the Spring Sculpture Prize has been a key event in the Central Victorian artistic calendar. Featuring over $6,000 worth of prizes, independent judges and a three-week exhibition, the prize is beloved by artists and visitors alike. 

The lot19 Spring Sculpture Prize made its debut in 2006, after the non-profit venue played host to the Tonkscuplture Prize in 2005. 

There are 8 prizes as part of the competition, including the lot19 and Ron Anstey Memorial Prizes, which are both adjudicated by a panel of independent judges. There are 6 other prizes which are donated and judged by a selection of local businesses. 2022 sees the return of the Kids Sculpture Prize and the introduction of a ‘People’s Choice’ prize. 

The Spring Sculpture Prize Opening Party will be held from 2pm on Saturday 15 October, and will feature prize presentations, live music from VARDOS, food and the lot19 bar. 

The exhibition is open 11am-5pm Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 October, then 11am-5pm Friday – Sunday until 30 October.

Get in touch

Lot 19 Arts Precinct is open to wanderers
Friday – Sundays, and for tours, proposals,
and visits by appointment at all other times.
Respect the artist, respect the process,
respect the space.

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Castlemaine 3450
Victoria, Australia

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Castlemaine 3450
Victoria, Australia

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