Woollahra Municipal Council

Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize

Australian and International artists of all career levels are encouraged to apply for the 23rd Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize. Entries close 30 June.

Art Prize

Opportunity Details

Closing Date

Jun 30, 2024




Visual Arts


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The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize is an international award for original, freestanding or wall-mounted sculptures of up to 80cm in any dimension.

Over its 23-year history, the Prize has featured some of the world’s most exciting contemporary sculptures, and continues to promote and celebrate artistic excellence, with a prize pool of $29,000 awarded to winning artists across four categories: the main acquisitive award of $25,000; the Special Commendation of $2,000; the Mayor’s Award of $1,000 and the Viewers’ Choice of $1,000. 

The 2024 Prize judges are Liz Nowell, Executive Director of Arts Project Australia, Jarrod Rawlins, Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Museum of Old and New Art, and Erin Vink, Art Gallery of New South Wales Curator, First Nations Art.

The 2024 finalists’ works will be on display at Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf in a free exhibition running from 13 September to 20 October, with all sculptures on sale to the public.