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City of Rockingham 2021 Castaways Sculpture Awards

Where: Rockingham Beach Foreshore, Rockingham Beach Road, East Rockingham, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: City of Rockingham

See some of WA’s most innovative sculptures showcased on Rockingham’s award-winning foreshore this spring (Kambarang).

Castaways Sculpture Awards consists of three exhibitions of inspired artworks created from mostly repurposed materials: the Main Exhibition and Schools Competition displayed at the Rockingham Foreshore, and the Maquette and Small Sculpture Exhibition on show at the Rockingham Arts Centre. All three exhibitions will run concurrently from Saturday 23 October – Sunday 31 October.

All you need to know to plan your visit is on the City’s website, including Artist Talks, Tactile Tours, and Prizes and Competitions.

Thanks to our sponsors: Alcoa, Water Corporation, Waste Authority and Fremantle Ports.

Image credit:
Castaways Sculpture Awards 2020 at the Rockingham Foreshore
The Dry by Lesley Barrett. Made from recycled wood, bronze, steel, brass
Last Tree Standing by John Dakin. Made from recycled metal and copper piping, bicycle wheels, spoons, car wheel
Freedom by Coster Mkoki. Made from scrap metal and stone

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