For over two decades Bathtub Productions has been the initiator of leading innovative and significant cultural, education and sporting events and projects in Australia, Europe and the Pacific, including Sculpture by the Sea.

Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi began in 1997 on the spectacular Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk in Sydney, and quickly grew to become the largest and best attended sculpture exhibition in the world featuring over 100 sculptures and viewed by more than 500,000 for three weeks in spring each year. The popular and critical success of the first Sydney exhibition led to the commissioning of five Sculpture by the Sea exhibitions around Australia for the 1998 Olympic Arts Festival in the led up to the Sydney Olympic Games.

Since 2005 Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe has been staged annually in Perth on Australia's Indian Ocean coast and in 2009 Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark initiated Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus in Denmark which is Europe's largest sculpture exhibition.

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Since 2009 we have hosted exclusive Sculpture, Food & Wine (Sake) tours to Japan, New Zealand and Denmark.  Our tours are hosted by David Handley, Founding Director of Sculpture by the Sea and Dr Michael Hill, Head of Art History & Theory at the National Art School in Sydney.

Please click on the tour dates below for our 2015 tour itineraries.

Denmark 29 May - 5 June, 2015
Vienna to Prague 8 - 17 June, 2015

Japan 13 – 22 November, 2015 including Naoshima, Kyoto and Hakone - Itinerary and Reservation Form

  Exhibitions and events initiated by Bathtub Productions include: