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10 Public Sculptures in Melbourne that you have probably never seen

The ten best public sculptures in Melbourne that you have probably never seen.

1. Springthorpe Memorial. If you have never been to the cemetery in Kew then you will not have seen this over the top, late-Victorian masterpiece of sentimentality created by an all star team. 308 more words


Introducing our Sculpture Collection Researcher

The Public Catalogue Foundation recently advertised for a Sculpture Collection Researcher for the Development Phase of the Your Sculpture project. After an intensive recruitment process, we are delighted to announce that the successful candidate is Dr Anthony McIntosh. 1,126 more words

More than steel and pinstripes, it's a fun day out in Central London with Sculpture in the City 2014/2015 (image gallery)

Returning for another year, contemporary work of 10 internationally-renowned artists will be installed in the heart of the Square Mile, City of London. Suitable for a wide audience of all ages, the open air exhibition ends May 2015. 947 more words

Reviews Of Exhibits - Events - Galleries

The Burke and Wills Monument 1865 – 2015

Today is 150th Anniversary of the Burke and Wills Monument and both Melbourne and the monument have changed in the 150 years. Just after 4pm on 21 April 1865 the sculpture was unveiled in the middle of the Collins and Russell Streets intersection. 463 more words


Looking up in London: Epstein’s British Medical Association Sculptures

Charlotte Hollands, Public Catalogue Foundation Volunteer, has been casting her eyes up, instead of down at the ground, and has discovered a wealth of fascinating sculptures above her head: 549 more words

Bath Time

Mothers have been bathing their children since….

Well, since Eve gave birth to Cain? Not that those first bath times were recorded. But can you imagine it. 91 more words