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Above: Photo courtesy of Scottsdale Public Art. Knight Rise by James Turrell. Photo by Sean Deckert.

Sponsored in part by: Artlink, Inc, ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts (Sponsored by the ASU Art Museum and School of Art), Bentley Gallery, Bollinger Atelier, City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, David & Gladys Wright House Foundation, Digital Atelier, Downtown Phoenix, Inc., Phoenix Art Museum, Scottsdale Public Art, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Vendors Square Information
Meet the Vendors at Vendors Square during registration desk hours
on November 3rd (12:00PM- 8:00PM) and November 4th (9:00AM-5:00PM)
at the Hyatt Regency Atrium, 2nd Floor.

ISC Book Store
The ISC will have books for sale available during Vendors Square. This special ISC Conference bookstore will feature a number of publications with a focus in contemporary sculpture, including titles from iscPress.

ISC Conference T-Shirts
Conference t-shirts will be on sale during registration desk hours on November 3rd and November 4th at the Hyatt Regency, before panels at Phoenix Art Museum on November 5th, and throughout the day in the Old Main Building at Arizona State University on November 6th. Sizes are limited!

Bollinger Atelier
227 S Rockford Dr.
Tempe, AZ 85281
www.bollingeratelier.com
Tom Bollinger, Director
tom@bollingeratelier.com
Phone: (480) 968-4011

Since 1997, Bollinger Atelier has partnered with artists to realize technically complex artworks of superb quality in their Tempe, Arizona studios. The Atelier’s unique combination of technical expertise, rigorous quality standards, and matchless service guide the production of each artwork as it evolves from the artist’s articulated vision into a material reality. Bollinger Atelier works collaboratively with artists, developing each project technically and formally so that the completed work reaches its full potential on time, as designed, and with superb finish.

After many years of foundry experience, sculptor Tom Bollinger purchased Arizona Bronze Fine Arts Foundry in 1997. Though the foundry had been in operation since 1977, under Bollinger’s leadership the foundry matured into an atelier, a site of artistic collaboration where Bollinger and his team of artisans comprehensively manage projects from design to completion.

Digital Atelier
60 Sculptors Way
Mercerville, NJ 08619
www.digitalatelier.net
Jon Lash jlash@digitalatelier.net
Helen Lykes hlykes@digitalatelier.net
Phone: (609) 890-6666

Digital Atelier LLC was established in 1998. The focus was to bring the latest Digital Technology into the hands of artists. Our craftspersons are cross trained in the most contemporary uses of 3D scanning, CAD-CAM software and all aspects of 5 axis milling. We are capable of working in all varieties of EPS and urethane foams, acrylics and wood. We share our technologies with our clients.

Mission Clay Art & Industry
4850 West Buckeye Road
Phoenix AZ 85043
www.mcpart.org
Bryan Vansell, Director
bryanvansell@gmail.com
Phone: (602) 272-5576

Mission Clay/ Building Products has sponsored Art & Industry programs for the past 36 years. We manufacture clay pipe in sizes up to 4’ across, 10’ high and weighing 2 tons each. We invite artists from around the country to work with the extruded forms and challenge them to create on a scale they have never experienced.

Reynolds Advanced Materials
1727 E. Weber Drive
Tempe, AZ 85281
www.reynoldsam.com
Phone: (480) 967-7727

Reynolds Advanced Materials exists to help you turn your idea into reality by showing you a world of materials that can do things you never thought possible. We specialize in helping convert concepts and designs into finished product. Our expertise can guide you to the right material for your project.

Scansite3D
15 Woodland Avenue, Suite B
San Rafael, CA 94901
scansite.com
Email: info@scansite.com
Phone: 415.488.9500

For expertise and talent, companies turn to Scansite 3D for their scanning, inspection and reverse engineering needs. Using state-of-the-art structured light technology and editing details meticulously by hand, Scansite 3D provides clients with unprecedented accuracy for precise and stunning results every time.

University of Arkansas
Fine Arts Building, Room #116
Fayetteville, AR 72701
www.art.uark.edu
Bethany Springer Vice Chair & Graduate Director
Associate Professor, Sculpture
bspringe@uark.edu
Phone: (479) 575-5202

The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville provides an intensive studio environment for committed individuals planning careers as practicing artists. Our department is growing at an unprecedented rate, reflecting the thriving creative economy in Northwest Arkansas. In 2016 a new 33,000sf sculpture facility offers our BA, BFA, and MFA students improved classroom, fabrication, and studio spaces.




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Phoenix Art Museum
        
   


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