Artentwine Sculpture Biennial

October 2016 to January 2017

Welcome to Artentwine


rtentwine Sculpture Biennial 2016 is a celebration of sculpture inspired by the Tamar Valley, and exhibited in site specific locations in five family-owned vineyards.

The installation of the selected artworks were carefully sited by Curator Patrick Sutczak and judged in-situ by independent industry respected judges on Friday, 30 September, 2016.
The Winners of the 2016 Artentwine Sculpture Prizes have now been announced.

It is FREE for everyone to visit the Artentwine Vineyards and enjoy the Sculptures.
Be inspired by the new 2016 Artentwine Sculpture Biennial Catalogue.

Why not take a Day or Two for a relaxing getaway, discover the sculptures and truly explore the picturesque Tamar Valley?

Spend a “Day at the Goat” Live Music. Food Vans. Vines. Wine. Sculpture.
11am – 5pm on Saturday 19th November 2016 at Goaty Hill Wines. Entry by Donation, to support the Empty Stocking Appeal.

Events unique to the Artentwine experience include:
The Artentwine Symposium. Videos from the Symposium sessions can be found ONLINE NOW at our You Tube Channel “Artentwine Sculpture Biennial”.
Other events held include the Artentwine Progressive Degustation Dinner travelling through all five wineries with the Artentwine Curator; or the Long Lunch at Moores Hill Estate.
People attended the Master class at Holm Oak Vineyards, or enjoyed a Sparkling Luncheon in the 1890’s Cottage at Iron Pot Bay Vineyard. Further details about these events can be found here in our Event Calendar.

Winning 2016 Artentwine $10,000 West Tamar Council Acquisitive Prize


by Paul Brunyee 

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Artentwine Sculpture Biennial 2016