The event will also include free demonstrations on Saturday and Sunday, as well as video material and educational tours for local schools led by artist, Michelle Castles. Visitors will be able to see sculptures being created, meet the sculptors to discuss their creative process and watch videos covering different styles and techniques.
CASS Art at Kingston will once again help with sponsorship of materials for workshops, prizes, support and promotion of the event.
Set in the dramatic cathedral-like setting of the Landmark Arts Centre at Teddington, this is the Society's fourth annual show at the venue.
The Surrey Sculpture Society Prize for New and Emerging Artists 2018 will be awarded to the winner at the Landmark event and their work featured at the exhibition.
The award is for a 3D work in any medium, with the Society looking for an original approach to the subject matter and an interesting use of materials, character and exploration. The purpose of the award is to encourage talented emerging sculptors, with the prize going to a sculptor who has shown individuality, creativity and flair in a 3D medium. The award is made in association with The Art Academy London, which was founded with the purpose of benefiting society through art and art education.