QT Sydney is delighted to team up with Sculpture by the Sea providing creative and art aficionado guests alike, the opportunity to escape the city and immerse themselves in one of Sydney’s most iconic cultural events.
From 23rd October – 9th November 2014 Bondi will play host to the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, where this instalment sees the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk, a national treasure in its own right, bedazzled with works of art from some of Australia’s most prolific modern sculptors.
Combined with the premium comfort of a QT King Deluxe room, breakfast daily at Gowings Bar & Grill and the luxury of return transfers to and from the exhibition provided by award winning Hyundai, along with a 2014 Sculpture by the Sea catalogue to take home at the end of the day.
Or, for those not wanting to venture too far afield, QT will also play host to its very own Sculpture Inside exhibition. Sculptures by exhibiting artists and selected invited artists held by Sculpture by the Sea, will be on display at the hotel, including ‘Cubist Feminist’ and ‘Angkor Torso II’ by artist Clara Hali, to coincide with the outdoor exhibition.
- Stay in a designer QT King Deluxe room
- Eat a sumptuous and hearty breakfast in acclaimed Sydney eatery Gowings Bar and Grill
- Return transfers to and from the exhibitions provided by Hyundai
- A 2014 Sculpture by the Sea catalogue
- FROM $350 PER NIGHT
With its strong focus on art and design, QT Sydney continues to push its artistic boundaries through its clever collaboration and support of local and emerging talent, events and festivals in Sydney’s burgeoning art and design scene.
QT Sydney continues its strong commitment to art and design, now collaborating with a number of leading festivals around Australia and in Sydney including Australia’s leading creative festival Semi-Permanent, Tropfest the world’s largest outdoor film festival and Sydney Contemporary, Sydney’s new international art fair. QT Sydney also recently announced its appointment as the official Hotel Partner of the iconic Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA).