New sculpture prize at Nan Tien Temple in Berkeley

Desiree Savage
Updated April 14 2021 - 11:53pm, first published September 13 2020 - 12:20pm
ARTY: Venerable Manko and Venerable Youji stand amongst sculptures gifted by Mignon Steele to the Nan Tien Temple, which will feature as part of their new outdoor sculpture festival. Picture: Adam McLean
ARTY: Venerable Manko and Venerable Youji stand amongst sculptures gifted by Mignon Steele to the Nan Tien Temple, which will feature as part of their new outdoor sculpture festival. Picture: Adam McLean

With the absence of Scultpures at Killalea this year due to COVID-19, artists and art lovers can revel in a new summertime festival at Berkeley.

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Desiree Savage

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