Lorne Sculpture Biennale in Two Weeks!

Published by: Holly, Miranda Brown Publicity | 4-Mar-2018
In just under two weeks, the Lorne foreshore will come alive with the sights and sounds of the 2018 Lorne Sculpture Biennale. With this year's theme focusing on the environment, expect to see incredible works representing the natural world around us - with some even made from recyclable and reusable materials.
This March, the 2018 Lorne Sculpture Biennale (LSB) celebrates the best in contemporary Australian and international sculpture in a free, vibrant festival that enriches and transforms the stunning Lorne foreshore and surrounds on the Great Ocean Road. Over three weekends, Victoria's most prestigious sculpture festival, now in its sixth iteration, will be an unmissable destination for arts lovers everywhere. Under the creative direction of curator Lara Nicholls in her incoming biennale, the 2018 event explores the theme Landfall', presenting major works and new commissions from 41 artists devoted to pressing global issues of nature and endangerment. Astonishing sculptures and installations which explore the intersection of nature, humanity and art, created by acclaimed artists from around the world, are situated across the dramatic sweep of Lorne's world-famous foreshore.

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