As well as putting on the Biggest Sculpture Festival in the valley’s history we are pleased to announce some new initiatives for this year’s event.
Sculpture Festival Wombat Fund
We have set up a Wombat Fund to help support our local wombat charities. These organisations do an amazing job rescuing and rehabilitating sick and injured wombats.
For 2019 The Festival Catalogue is free but we will be asking for gold coin donations which will be distributed equally between the participating wombat rescue organisations in the Wollombi Valley.
The local school children will also be supporting our Wombat Appeal by making Wombat Sculptures. These creations will be exhibited and for sale at the Wollombi Tennis Club during the festival with all proceeds donated to the Sculpture Festival Wombat Fund.
Local children and young visitors will also get a chance to exhibit their personal ‘Colour-In’ interpretation of The Wombat. These works will be displayed on the community wall at the Wollombi Tennis Club.
Colour-In entries and pencils will be available at the local Wollombi and Laguna cafes or Click Here to download yours. Come and see these works by our young artists and maybe buy an original Wombat Sculpture it all helps support the Sculpture Festival Wombat Fund.
CHILDREN’S CHOICE AWARD
The winning sculpture will be chosen by local school children and young visitors to the valley and with over $1.3 million worth of sculptures on display this will be one to watch.
The prize will be awarded at the Wollombi Tennis Club on Monday the 11th of November at 10:00am
The Children’s Choice Award of $1000 is generously donated by the Wollombi Valley Tennis Club.
This award will be won buy a local Sculptor living in the 2325 post code.
The 2325 Award of $1000 kindly is donated by the Great Northern Trading Post.
Colour-In entries and pencils will be available at the local Wollombi and Laguna cafes or click below to download yours.
Come and see these works by our young artists and maybe buy an original Wombat Sculpture it all helps support the Sculpture Festival Wombat Fund.