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Lisa Kohlstadt, holding one of the maquettes to be shown this weekend. She is among contenders for the next sculpture commission. Also pictured is Creative Mullum’s Suvira McDonald. Photo Jeff Dawson

A new addition to the Mullum Sculpture Walk will be chosen this weekend at the Ingenuity Maquette Exhibition.

Presented by Creative Mullum Inc, 25 local artists are exhibiting the models (maquettes) of their proposed works for the $8,000 award.

Works around the theme of HOME will be on view at Mullum Ex-Services Club in Dalley Street Mullum from 5pm Friday till 5pm Sunday with the awards ceremony at 5pm Saturday. The event is COVID-19 safe. The winner will use the prize money to upscale their work for installation on the Sculpture Walk.


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