Home Hill News

Later Installation for 2023 Ephemera Entries

Duncan Julyans depiction of Picnic at Hanging Rock was the 2022 winner

FANS of the annual Home Hill Harvest Festival Canefields Ephemera will have to wait until October to see the ideas put forward by entrants in this year’s event, with the installation date for entries put back a month.

Organiser of the 2023 Ephemera, Uli Liessmann has advised that he has nine entries for this year and with the installation date put back, it means that there is no actual launch in September, as has been held in previous years.

Mr Liessmann said he was unsure if there would still be an opening night for the Ephemera and they were still considering when they would have the announcement of the winning entries.

Harvest Festival President, Mark Vass said they had changed the launch time this year because of the change in the installation date for the Ephemera entries.

The Canefields Ephemera is described as Home Hill’s sculpture festival. 

In its sixth year, it is a much-loved and anticipated annual event.

It has continued to grow over the years to its current standing as an outdoor sculpture exhibition, which is sure to impress local and state artists exhibiting works.

This year will be a follow-on from the outstanding exhibition that was held last year.