Stone Sculpture Symposium Supporters Club
Join our supporters club to help make the 2020 Symposium a success!Taranaki
It's an exciting time to be in New Plymouth when the Symposium is on.
5 international artists, 22 national artists - all working on the foreshore producing amazing sculptures from local andesite.
That's the Te Kupenga Biennial International Stone Sculpture Symposium!
Over 40,000 people visit the Symposium and watch the artist's progress over 3 weeks, culminating in a 1 week exhibition and Auction where the artists are rewarded for their hard work.
This year we are setting up a 'Symposium Supporters club' to help raise funds to run the event.
Please join our Supporters Club, with a $250 donation.
What will you get?
> Your name on our Supporters sign which will be on site at the Symposium in January 2020.
> A copy of our catalogue.
Claim your donation.
TE KUPENGA STONE SCULPTURE SOCIETY INCORPORATED has donee status as a non profit organisation with the IRD, meaning you can claim your donation if you wish.
What will funds be used for?
Some of the exciting new things we are introducing this year is a collaboration with the TSB Festival of Lights where our sculptures will be lit up at night time, community programmes for visually and hearing impaired, as well as education programmes in conjunction with Puke Ariki, Festival of Lights, and Govett Brewster Art Gallery.
Thanks for your support and don't forget to share this page!
Te Kupenga was incorporated as a Society in March 1999 with the objective to FOSTER, PROMOTE AND REVIVE THE ART OF STONE SCULPTURE USING TARANAKI ANDESITE
Use of funds
Funds will be used for Symposium running costs ranging from paying suppliers, implementing community programmes. Any surplus will go into running the next symposium.
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This page was created on 22 Jul 2019 and closed on 20 Dec 2019.