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Sculptures in the Garden 2020

Event description
Sculptures In The Garden is an exciting not for profit event that showcases Australian sculpture in a beautiful rural setting in Mudgee NSW.

About this Event

Sculptures in the Garden is an annual sculpture exhibition. It takes place in the Rosby Vineyard gardens in Mudgee and draws established and emerging sculptors from across Australia to display their work. This year, we’ve decided to extend the exhibition for another 2 weeks following the opening weekend to ensure we don’t exceed the number of guests on-site at any given time given the restrictions that are currently in place.

The first weekend 10th & 11th Oct will feature over 250 sculptures for sale, catering provided by the Guide Dogs Committee. Children’s exhibition, Rosby Wine Bar & live music by Matt Boylan-Smith.

Due to current restrictions, we have had to limit the number of tickets to 500 available for each day.

Exhibition to be extended by 14 days:

This year the event will be extended from the traditional 2 day format to run for an additional 14 days and will officially close on the 25th October. The 2-week exhibition will feature over 250 sculptures for sale, children’s exhibition & Rosby Wine Bar.

Proceeds from the exhibition go towards the Mudgee Support Group of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT and a local arts initiative to create a public sculpture walk in Mudgee.

PLEASE NOTE: NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED AT SCULPTURES IN THE GARDEN. Avoid dissapointment and leave your dogs at home.

Sculptures in the Garden 2020 keeping COVID-safe:

The safety of our visitors, artists and volunteer staff is always our top priority and we are really happy to be able to proceed with this year's event. We have implemented a few changes in accordance with the advice from the NSW Health Department:

• requiring guests to pre-purchase their ticket and register their details for COVID tracing prior to attending Sculptures in the Garden 2020

• making hand sanitiser freely available throughout the venue;

• ensuring that all event guests have an allocated seat when eating and drinking;

• ensuring that all visitors are adequately separated in order to avoid unnecessary contact;

• staying up-to-date on the latest advice from the NSW Health Department, State and Federal governments; and

• reinforcing to staff the importance of monitoring their own health, encouraging them to remain at home if they feel unwell or are showing signs of illness.

Playing your part:

Protect yourself, our staff and other visitors during this time by:

• downloading the COVIDSafe app before visiting Sculptures in the Garden 2020

• staying home if you feel unwell or have been asked to self-isolate;

• booking your ticket via our website before you arrive to Sculptures in the Garden 2020

• adhering to the date allocated to your ticket and vacate the venue on close

• maintaining proper social distancing measures at all times;

• ensuring children are supervised at all times;

• using hand sanitiser provided;

• not touching any of the sculptures; and

• being seated if food or drink is being consumed

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