Lost in Sculpture is a biennial outdoor sculpture exhibition, displayed along the peaceful expanse of Dunkeld’s Salt Creek Trail walking track. Lost in Sculpture aims to accumulate a series of outdoor public artworks to add to the cultural landscape of the pretty Grampians village, whilst supporting local and regional artists through the Maria and Allan Myers Acquisition Award.

Judges for the 2013 event are Anton Hasell and Liza McCosh and award presentations will take place at the the Discover Dunkeld  Market in the Park, 1pm Saturday 19 October, followed by a guided sculpture trail walk with judges and event organisers.  Voting for the People’s Choice Award will be open from Saturday 19 October 19 – Saturday 2 November 2 and the winner annouced the following week.

Entries have closed for the 2013 event.  To register for the 2015 Artist Information Pack email discoverdunkeld@gmail.com.



Maria & Allan Myers Acquisition Award

Dunkeld’s very own Trevor Flinn was the recipient of the Maria & Allan Myers Acquisition Award for ‘Hide’. ‘Hide’ remains on permanent public display at the Salt Creek Trail.  Trevor’s win adds to the ongoing development of the Dunkeld arts precinct.

Winner of the 2011 Maria & Alan Myers Aquisition Award

‘Hide’ – Trevor Flinn


Bendigo Bank Non-Acquisitive Award

A collaborative effort between Warrnambool duo Becky Nevin Berger & Julie Poi Kelly earned them the Bendigo Bank Non-Acquisitive Award for their entry ‘Time Space Echo Chamber/s’.

Time Space Echo Chambers 2011 - Becky Nevin Berger & Julie Poi Kelly

Time Space Echo Chambers -
Becky Nevin Berger & Julie Poi Kelly

Andrew Huf Building Contractor People’s Choice Award

The Andrew Huf Building Contractor People’s Choice Award, as chosen by the public and polling 24% of votes, was awarded to Brian Kermond from Portland,for ‘Xanthorrhoea Rustica’.



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