Mudgee residents are invited to learn more about the captivating sculptures that mark their way around Lawson Park by attending a free-guided walk this Saturday, September 16.
Participants will be able to enjoy a range of sculptural works created using a variety of materials and techniques that help enhance the park and its picturesque backdrop of the Cudgegong River.
Hosted by Councillor Sam Paine with artists including Ingrid Morley, Alex Scheibner, Steve Irwin and Henryk Topolnicki, the walk will provide a unique insight into the individual pieces that make up the park’s permanent collection.
Lawson Park’s sculpture collection has been curated over a number of years with the majority of sculptures having been selected from works showcased at the annual Sculptures in the Garden event (taking place October 7-8, 2017).
Steered by the Mid-Western Cultural Development Committee, the collection reflects the region’s natural and cultural heritage, engages with our community and adds value to our infrastructure, attractions and public amenity.
The Lawson Park Sculpture walk is free of charge and everyone is welcome to head along.
Participants are invited to meet at Lawson Park West on the corner of Church and Short streets from 11am this Saturday.
For further information call the Mid-Western Regional Council on 1300 765 002 or email email@example.com.