The Festival Sessions
2 February 2022
Using the Scarborough Beach sand as its stage, SIREN is a magical melting pot of sculpture, sound, and contemporary dance that invites audiences to contemplate their relationship with the planet.
1 February 2022
In her Fringe World exhibition Sonia Payes portrays humanity under stress but, as Craig McKeough observes, there is hope in the heat of adversity.
5 March 2021
Sculpture by the Sea is back at Cottesloe after COVID-19 forced its early exit in 2020 – and organisers vow to stand their ground despite the shifting sands of funding uncertainty, discovers Jaimi Wright.
12 March 2020
Fremantle-based artist Olga Cironis is a veteran of Sculpture by the Sea. As her latest work, Hush, invites the bottoms of Perth to take a (shiny) seat and contemplate the ocean, she talks to Nina Levy about her work, her creative process and why she loves living in WA.