Less than a month before the 2021 event, organisers have been forced to pull the pin on the popular Sculpture for Clyde nine-day art festival on the NSW South Coast.
Initially run by the Batemans Bay Tourism and Business Chamber in partnership with Willinga Park, Sculpture for Clyde features creations from famous and local sculptors and usually attracts thousands of people to Bawley Point.
With a prize purse of more than $60,000, Sculpture for Clyde has become an important event on the South East Arts calendar and has provided the basis for the ever-growing Sculpture Walk along the Clyde River foreshore in Batemans Bay.
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