The International Sculpture Center will travel to Phoenix, Arizona from November 4-7, 2015 for its first conference in the American Southwest. Inspired by exploration in art and architecture in desert landscapes, the 25th International Sculpture Conference will bring together artists, arts administrators, curators, patrons, students, and sculpture enthusiasts for new discoveries in the field of sculpture.
Join a diverse group of 300 attendees in Phoenix for this unique four-day conference including:
14 Conference Sessions
16 Optional Trips
50+ Museums, Galleries, and Studios
"What keeps me coming back to these [conferences] is the opportunity to interact with my peers, get new information about technical aspects and opportunities for career advancement, and have ideas stimulated by the panels that I can then discuss with others present. Also to see another art scene in another place. This conference accomplished all those."
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Above: Photo of Eagletail Mountains Wilderness by Bureau of Land Management via flickr
Day Pass*: $200
*Available on-site only for purchase during registration desk hours. Passes available for panels and activities November 3-7, 2015. Confirm Day Pass availability with the ISC Events Department before making travel plans.
Conference Check-In and Registration
12:00PM – 8:00PM Tuesday, November 3rd
9:00AM – 5:00PM Wednesday, November 4th
Hyatt Regency Phoenix, 2nd Floor
122 North Second Street
Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 85004
Tel: (602) 252-1234
Fax: (602) 254-9472
Suzanne Lacy’s work includes installations, video, and large-scale performances that frequently focus on social themes. Recently she has created The Tattooed Skeleton, a multipart performance at the Museo Nacional Centro Reina Sofia in Madrid, Prostitution Notes, a performance/reading at the Serpentine Marathon, Anyang Women’s Agenda, a public performance in Anyang, Korea, The Skin of Memory Revisited at the Medellin Biennale, Three Weeks in January for the Getty Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival, Storying Rape for the Liverpool Biennial, installed an exhibition, The Crystal Quilt, a recent acquisition of the collection of Tate Modern, and created a new performance Silver Action, also for Tate Modern. She is currently working on a long term project in Bristol, The University of Local Knowledge with the Arnolfini Gallery and the Knowle West Media Centre.
Also known for her writing, Lacy edited the influential Mapping the Terrain: New Genre Public Art, published in 1995 by Bay Press and has recently released Leaving Art: Writings on Performance, Politics, and Publics, 1974-2007 by Duke University Press. Suzanne Lacy: Spaces Between is a monograph by Sharon Irish, published by University Minnesota Press.
Lacy is the Chair of the Graduate Public Practice Program at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles.
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