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Sculpt Nature 2024: The Brook Waimārama Sanctuary

Enter for the chance to win up to $5,000 and a guaranteed $1,000 artist stipend at Sculpt Nature! Apply today to take advantage of the opportunity to spend nine days working within the Sanctuary amongst the bellbird’s song and ancient beech trees’ shade.
Artist applications close in two weeks for sculptors nationwide; please apply here,  before 30 June. We can’t wait to see how you combine art and conservation using natural, foraged, and recycled waste materials.
Please share with your family, friends, and local community so we can educate and inspire more visitors through these ephemeral sculptures AND be a part of the Nelson Arts Festival🎨🩵

Calling all sculptors interested in working with natural materials in a conservation setting, creating something beautiful without impacting negatively on Te Tai Ao🌱🌿
Applications are now open for Sculpt Nature 2024: Sculpt Nature is an annual sculpture symposium and competition that brings nature to life and highlights conservation through art. The symposium will be hosted at the Sanctuary.
We’re thrilled to partner with Nelson Arts Festival again on this beautiful kaupapa.
Thank you to everyone who has already applied. Applications close on 30 June so there is still plenty of time to get yours in today.
More info & how to apply can be found here:

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