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Music by the brilliant Corinne Bailey Rae.

    Sculpture down the Lachlan is administered by Forbes Arts Society ABN 59 966 031 816  / T 02 68 514 868  / forbesartss@gmail.com  / © 2014 SDLS    Proudly created with Wix.com

    'From little things big things grow' 
    This classic line by singer/songwriter, Paul Kelly applies to our project!

    The guys at Midpro Engineering are top blokes.

    They are specialists in all engineering, fabrication and irrigation requirements, servicing the mining, transport, industrial and agricultural sectors since 1992. 
    Call Bart on (02) 6851 1611

     

    Bart has generously offered to project manage the 'amazing project'. At present they are building the first letter 'a' in time for the opening and launch of the SDLS Trail on 1st October 2014. For more information or if you think you can help, contact Bart on the number below or click on the Midpro logo above.

     

    Bart (Raymond) Bartholomaeus | Director

    16 Tobias Street Forbes NSW 2871 | (02) 6851 1611

    SPONSORS / SUPPORTERS

    The companies and businesses below have been instrumental in helping SDLS Project develop with not only financial support but support 'inkind'. 

    If you feel you can be of assistance in some way whether financially or in kind please contact the Forbes Arts Society via email.

    ENDORSEMENTS & RECOGNITION

     

    Other Councils and Clubs have acknowledged the SDLS Project and have written letters of endorsement and support. These will all be helpful for further grant applications.

    Forbes Powdercoating have come on board and are powdercoating the first letter 'a' in a gorgeous bright coloured red!
    Thanks so much guys, you rock! 

    Contact them via email.

    '12 MONTH LOAN' OF SCULPTURE INITIATIVE

    It is our plan to source public art from sculptors who may be willing to loan a piece for 12 months or more. This enables our town to have diverse sculpture that changes year in year out. It can often give the artist more exposure and recognition, but in most cases is just a generous gesture from sculptors who are as passionate about the arts as we are AND we are truly grateful.

    This is the case with Gillie and Marc Schattner who have been incredibly gracious and extremely generous by allowing us to borrow the 2m high 'bronze' titled Pyramid!

     

    This wonderful sculpture has caused a little bit of controversy in our small town. But our vison is huge and we take every hiccup in our stride. Thank you Pyramid! Thank you Gillie and Marc!

    Are you a sculptor who would consider loaning our town a piece of your work for a year? We'd love to talk with you. EMAIL US