Last Chance! Late Registration Open through September 29th for the International Sculpture Conference
The 26th International Sculpture Conference is fast approaching! Have you registered yet? This conference will feature keynote speaker Diana Al-Hadid; engaging panel discussions; a gallery hop with open artist studios; receptions at the August Wilson Center, Mattress Factory, and more; programming at Carnegie Mellon University and Carrie Furnaces, among others; and optional trips and workshops that will introduce you to Pittsburgh’s dynamic art scene. Registration is open now through September 29, 2016. Don’t just imagine. See yourself in Pittsburgh. Don’t delay. Click here for more information..
Nominations now open for 2017 Outstanding Educator Award
Who are today’s Outstanding Educators? You tell us! The ISC is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Outstanding Educator Award! Click here to learn more or nominate an outstanding sculpture educator.
Checkout 2016’s Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award winners!
16 students out of more than 370 nominations and 140 universities were awarded the Outstanding Student Achievement Award in 2016, a true testament to their talent and to the supporting institutions’ commitment to advancing contemporary sculpture. Learn more about the ISC Student Achievement Award .
Congratulations to the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award Honorees – Lynda Benglis and Tony Cragg
The International Sculpture Center is proud to announce the 2017 Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award will be presented to world-renowned sculptors Lynda Benglis and Tony Cragg at the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award Gala. The 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award Gala will be held April 26, 2016 at Tribeca Rooftop in New York City. Tickets will be available Winter 2016. For more information and to join the mailing list, click here.