The 2013 Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition was extended for 2 extra weeks giving everyone extra time to visit and enjoy the sculptures and businesses in Toorak Village. In it’s 12th year, 99 sculptures were on display in shop windows and along the sidewalks of Toorak Rd. It was staged by the Toorak Village businesses, directed by Tony Fialides and curated by Malcolm Thomson. Officially opened by Cr Matthew Koce Mayor of the City of Stonnington on Friday 3rd May, where the 3 (non acquisitive) awards judged by Carlo Pagoda – artist, designer and arts educator were presented.

L to R: Mayor Cr Matthew Koce, Karen Killeen,
Timothea Jewell, Rachel Morley


L to R: Malcolm Thomson, Tony Fialides, Mayor Cr Matthew
Koce. Sculpture – ‘Sir Edmund Hillary’ by Ivan Lovatt


Our 17 Partners this year were: City Of Stonnington, Bank Of Melbourne, 3E Innovative, Tok H Shopping Centre, Tok Corporate Centre, Yarra Trams, Toorak Travel, Silk & Cashmere, Toorak Village Dental Care, Leonard Joel, Woodards, Aromatique, Egons Cakes, Haighs Chocolates, The Weekly Review, Toorak Rotary and Art Almanac


City of Stonnington and Bank of Melbourne Award – $5,000
Timothea Jewell with exterior exhibit no 81- ‘Clasp’

Toorak Village Traders Award – $2,000
Brigit Heller with shop exhibit no 51 – ‘Adrift’

Leonard Joel Award – $1,000
Jason Christopher with shop exhibit no 88 – ‘Colonial Bunyip’