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Calling all volunteers for the 2024 Sculpture For Clyde Event: we need six people per day over the 10 day event.

Being a Volunteer at the Sculpture For Clyde exhibition has been a pleasant and satisfying role for our many volunteers over the years of the Sculpture For Clyde event.

It has been a valuable way for people to get involved and feel they’ve made a contribution to this inspirational display of art and artistic endeavour. Volunteers also show their support for the artists who have chosen to display their artworks in our region.

This year we are back in Batemans Bay on the beautiful foreshore overlooking the magnificent Clyde (Bhundoo) River. There will be Outdoor, Indoor and Student Sculptures adorning the space on Clyde Street, opposite the Bridge Plaza.

Volunteers walk among the sculptures, chatting to visitors and checking that sculptures are respected. They are important ambassadors for our region and provide information to those who come to see the exhibition. All that information is conveyed at briefing sessions. It is not important to be an artist or someone who knows about art – just someone who has an interest and wants to help make the event a success.

The more volunteers we have the easier it will be to spread the load, so please consider signing up.

We need volunteers to fill the following time slots:

  • 9am – 1pm (3 people)
  • 1pm – 5pm (3 people)

If you like the idea of being involved, please email or

We can’t wait to see you and show you this year’s amazing entries!

Frances Harmey (left) with valued volunteer Kerri Carmichael (right) at “Portal”, one of the seven sculptures that have been acquired for the Batemans Bay Sculpture Walk from the Sculpture For Clyde exhibition. The walk will grow again with the addition of this year’s winning sculpture.