Kevin Bauer, Illuminated Cavities, 2012. Wood, Perspex, plaster, aluminum and LED lighting. 65 x 62 x 106 in.
The International Sculpture Center (ISC) established the Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award program in 1994 to recognize deserving sculpture students and to encourage their continued commitment to the field of sculpture. This year’s winners were selected from a pool of over 414 student nominees from 159 universities in eight countries across the globe.
A panel of jurors made up of Drew Goerlitz, Sculptor and Associate Professor of Sculpture at SUNY Plattsburgh; Elizabeth Neilson, Director, Zabludowicz Collection, London; and Rein Triefeldt, Sculptor, NJ selected 12 recipients and 5 honorable mentions. Continue reading
Registration for the 24th International Sculpture Conference: Sculpture, Culture and Community is open! Members can register early to save up to $150 off of regular conference rates, and chapter members always save more. Members can also sign up for the littleSCULPTURE show during early bird registration. Register soon! Space is limited and early bird registration ends Sunday, July 20th.
The 24th International Sculpture Conference will hold a variety of optional activities and tours to check out. Read a few highlights below: Continue reading
Image courtesy of Good Children Gallery
This post was submitted by Good Children Gallery, part of the fast-growing St. Claude Arts District. The St. Claude Arts District has openings on the second Saturday of every month.
This year, the International Sculpture Center is holding their conference in New Orleans from October 1-4. In addition to viewing the museums ISC is partnering with, like the Contemporary Arts Center and the Ogden, a visitor would be mistaken to overlook a space like Good Children. The gallery is located on 4037 St. Claude Avenue and held its first exhibition in February of 2008. Continue reading
Photo courtesy of Terri Stewart via flickr.com
Laughter and energy permeates the air in the French Quarter of New Orleans, but something much somber lurks in its cemeteries. Rich with history and legends, the centuries-old cemeteries hold some of New Orleans’s most astonishing tales, deepest chronicles and best-kept secrets. Continue reading