2014 Symposium – 1st – 21st April


Stop Press, October 2014:  The second symposium again won a Brand SA Award for the Arts and also a Silver Award in the SA Tourism Awards for Events and Festivals.

The second Adelaide Hills International Sculpture Symposium will again take place at The Cedars, Heysen Road,  Hahndorf, home of one of Australia’s most esteemed artists, Sir Hans Heysen.  The 7 guest sculptors are Sakari Peltola from Finland, Petre Petrov & Agnessa Petrova from Romania, Jhoni Gogaberishvili from Georgia, Xavier Gonzalez from Spain, resident in France, Jocelyn Pratt from New Zealand and Hew Chee Fong from Queensland.  A popular participant in 2012, Luke Zwolsman will again make an appearance, this time as site manager.  The opening hours will be 10.00am to 4.00pm, Tuesday to Sunday and entry will be by gold coin donation.  Food & drink available on-site.

The event runs concurrently with the Heysen Biennial Sculpture Exhibition and Silvio has entered his marble Pelican.  Come and watch the symposium sculptors at work then wander through the grounds of the Cedars to see the Biennial Sculptures.