ScoglieraViva. Sculpting the Sea

Website: https://scoglieraviva.com/en/

Entries are open to “ScoglieraViva. Sculpting the Sea”, international outdoor sculpture prize. The competition, features the direct intervention of sculptors on the cliffs in the town of Caorle, near Venice, Italy, where the sculptures turn the cliff into a real open-air contemporary art gallery. The theme for this year is ‘free’. 3 winning artists will be selected by the Jury and be awarded a € 2,000 cash prize each. Board and lodging are also included during the stay at the City of Caorle, from 21 to 30 June 2018, for the creation of the work on site.

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