Within the Land-Sculpture at Acheron ~ Commences in March 2024!

Within the Land – Sculpture at Acheron Exhibition is an exciting artistic event showcasing sculpture in Marian Rennie’s historic rural garden at Rennies at Acheron, 132 Breakaway Road, Acheron. The exhibition dates are from Good Friday, 29th March to Tuesday, 2nd April 2024 and through to the (uno-cial) Anzac Day Long Weekend from Thursday, 25th April to Sunday, 28th April 2024. A cocktail party on Easter Thursday, 28th March at 5.00pm, opens the event. Participating artists are provided with complimentary tickets and encouraged to attend. Public attendance is by invitation, with extra tickets available from Ticketebo for $30. Scan QR Code here for link to the booking site. The exhibition is open to the public each of the nominated days. A licensed restaurant/café operates concurrently on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout the duration of the exhibition. An Artisan Alley consisting of bespoke arts and crafts in individual marquees will be featured in a designated area of the gardens on Saturday, 27th April 2024. ‘Autumn Vibes, an afternoon family concert, is locked in for Saturday, 27th April 2024 and will feature singer, Tayla Arnett and all round singer/songwriter rock musos, Soloman and Lacy. Concert tickets can be purchased from Ticketebo for $30, which includes a barbeque gourmet sausage and salad lunch. Scan QR Code here to purchase tickets. There are vacancies for workshop events during the exhibition – if anyone is interested in conducting a workshop/s, please contact Marian asap on 0412 109 129 to discuss possible arrangements. As the title suggests, the sculpture show’s theme is a journey through landscape, nature, the Australian bush and its inherent profoundness, quirkiness, characters, as well as the emotion and celebration all that inspires. Within the Land – Sculpture Show at Acheron continues to be an exciting annual event and encourages established and emerging artists and sculptors from across Australia to display their work/s and engage with other artists and a diverse, interested community. Local, interstate and indigenous artists are warmly welcomed to participate as this is a unique opportunity to exhibit work in a renowned garden, surrounded by extensive farm and bushland along the Goulburn River. Artist and Show Director, Marian Rennie, has had family connections to this land at Acheron since the 1860’s. Marian works with Christine Challen of Little River Wines, Taggerty and committed volunteers who share her vision to provide a stimulating venue for artists to display and sell their works and to provide the public with the opportunity to enjoy those endeavours in a beautiful setting. Please don’t hesitate to contact Marian (T: 0412 109 129) for further information and enquiries.

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