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Batemans Bay's Sculpture for Clyde expects to attract 'higher quality' works with $100,000 acquisitive prize

Megan McClelland
Updated November 20 2023 - 2:16pm, first published 11:08am
Batemans Bay's Sculpture for Clyde exhibition will offer prize money equal to that of renowned exhibitions like the Archibald Prize in 2024. Picture by Megan McClelland
Batemans Bay's Sculpture for Clyde exhibition will offer prize money equal to that of renowned exhibitions like the Archibald Prize in 2024. Picture by Megan McClelland

Organisers of Sculpture for Clyde, Batemans Bay's seaside art exhibition, have announced their acquisitive prize money will dramatically increase in 2024.

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Megan McClelland

Megan McClelland is a journalist for Australian Community Media working in the Eurobodalla. Email: megan.mcclelland@austcommunitymedia.com.au Mobile: 0448194726

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