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School transforms into living gallery
Visual arts teacher Trevor Dunbar with one of the sculptures.
Photo: Matt Bedford
Sculptures weighing more than 1200
kilograms will feature at the first ever
Canberra Grammar School Sculpture
Festival starting this Thursday.
The month-long festival will
showcase the work of local and
Works are set against the historic
grounds of Canberra Grammar
School in Red Hill.
Gallery director and visual arts
teacher, Trevor Dunbar, said
preparations for the exhibition had
been under way since March.
He there would be about 30
sculptures from several nationally
recognised sculptors on show.
"There were no restrictions.
We just wanted to attract
diversity and see the artists comment
on the world in which they live, he
A $10,000 sculpture prize helped
attract several high profile artists and
enabled them to build a festival.
Canberra Grammar School head
Justin Garrick said he always wanted
to make the campus a living gallery.
"I had this idea of having art works
all through the campus to inspire
ideas, he said.
Trevor Dunbar has put this
altogether and I think this is really
going to be a really exciting event.
"It is something that we d like to
Some of the works will be very
large while others will be much
smaller and more intimate involving
a range of media and materials.
"You will be surprised as you
come into a little courtyard or a little
garden and there is that really
stunning sculpture there, Mr
Garrick said. "There is a huge range
of stuff that he has put together.
There will be some student
sculptures but largely it is
We ve got a tradition of
supporting local artists but we
haven t limited it to artists from
Canberra, Mr Garrick said.
The school will also participate in
an Open Gardens Australia display
on the day.
"The grounds team has done a
really good job in making things look
lovely, he said.
The festival and open gardens are
part of the school s 85th anniversary
The CGS Sculpture Festival
2014 begins on Thursday and runs
until Sunday, November 16. It will
be open on weekends from 11am
to 4pm and by appointment
through the week. Entry is by a
gold coin donation to Boundless
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