Social commentary on fossil fuels, relics of Atlantis made from recycled materials, and a reflection of Aussie beach humour will all feature at this year’s SWELL Sculpture Festival, Queensland’s largest outdoor exhibition.
Held on Currumbin Beach from 11 – 20 September, 58 artists have been selected to feature in the seaside gallery, which in 2015 celebrates its 13th year of displaying interactive and thought-provoking works from across the country and the world.
The exhibition is open 24/7 for its duration, and The Hub (where you can obtain information) is located centrally along the 1km stretch of walkway, and is open daily from 9am-5pm.
There, you can vote for your favourite sculpture, make a booking for a masterclass, and obtain general information about the event. Visit the website for more information on parking, etc.