The Sculptors' Society offers sculpture classes and workshops in various media such as clay, hand built pottery, stone and wood throughout most of the year. Classes are available at Mudgeeraba and Benowa campuses.

Choose your next course


The Society encourages new members to join in to work, learn, exchange ideas and enjoy the company of like-minded people. Members’ welcome from beginners, enthusiasts to professionals.

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The best of Gold Coast sculpture on show throughout the year at the Old Schoolhouse Gallery, Benowa.

2019 Exhibitions and Events


Available for HIRE - events - workshops - community classes

Whats On 2019 Benowa & Mudgeeraba

Open @ Old Schoolhouse Gallery (OSHG) Benowa 10am-3pm SATURDAYS - PoP Up Art Gallery

Enquiries re 2019 Classes:

Every Tuesday Morning: Clay, Hebel, Wood & Stone morning - Sculpture with Eric Green (Benowa)

10am Tuesday Morning Smoko @ Benowa: ALL WELCOME

Every Wednesday morning, Wednesday evening and Thursday morning - Sculpture with Lainie Cooper (Benowa)

Wednesday & Thursday Clay classes @ Mudgeeraba with Midge Johansen

Thursday Afternoon Glass Classes with Erryl Tudor @ Benowa

'Total Recall': An Exhibition of Totems, Masks & Upcycled Sculpture - OPENS 26 July (see Exhibitions page for Entry Form)





Old Schoolhouse Gallery NOW OPEN 10am-3pm Saturdays.

Sculpture Galore & More FOR SALE

the Old Schoolhouse Gallery


Available for HIRE: The Old Schoolhouse Gallery at Benowa.

The Old Schoolhouse Gallery & Kitchen is available to community groups and individuals to hire (conditions apply)

for day or evening events. The gallery has a hanging system and a collection of plinths.

Enquiries, please contact


At the Sculptors' Society Gold Coast we promote a wider interest in sculpture on the Gold Coast and its periphery. The Society offers sculptors and people interested in this art form a point of contact where issues related to sculpture can be discussed.

We also aim to communicate with similar bodies in Queensland and other states. Members’ skills range from the amateur and hobbyist through to the professional. The Society encourages new members to join in to work, learn, exchange ideas and enjoy the company of like-minded people.

The Schoolhouse Gallery is now a well-appointed lovely old heritage building with
- an exhibition space of 100 square metres,
- a newly-renovated kitchenette for catering of functions,
- wheelchair access via a ramp
- new multi-purpose toilet block
- garden and seating area outside.