Snow Dreams by Darragh Walsh
Magpie Feather by Shannon Stone. Image: Lisa Hogben
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Lake Light Sculpture: STREET EDITION 2023
6 - 9 April 2023

Lake Light Sculpture Inc. is thrilled to announce Lake Light Sculpture will return to the spectacular mountain surrounds of Jindabyne in 2023, from 6 April – 9 April 2023, with an exciting twist. 

Snowy Monaro’s largest dedicated arts festival will return to delight the local community and visitors, with over 25,000 attendees expected across the Easter long weekend. Lake Light Sculpture: Street Edition will embrace the views and vistas of Lake Jindabyne from a different angle, from the streets of Jindabyne itself. Sculptors will be encouraged to connect people, art and place by creating new experiences through their art.           


Lake Light Sculpture is the leading arts and cultural event in the Snowy Mountains. This iconic outdoor sculpture festival, held annually on the foreshore of Lake Jindabyne, sprang to life in the year 2000. Lake Light Sculpture encourages experimentation and holds firm in its belief that collaboration is the key to a great event. The event works in partnership with the community to activate and inspire, build participation, edify, and entertain.

Jindabyne is home to just over 2,600 people and is situated in the Snowy Monaro Regional Council Local Government Area (LGA).  The Committee of Lake Light Sculpture Inc., all based in the region, facilitate the successful delivery of the event each year and ensure it is a meaningful, creative, and quality event for community and visitors. The Committee are volunteers with specific and diverse skill sets. 

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