International Sculpture Center

   


October 2003 Vol.22 No.8
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

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From the Editor


As art schools and university sculpture departments gear up for a new year, Sculpture this month emphasizes sculpture education. In addition to an interview with Patricia A. Renick, winner of the International Sculpture Center’s 2003 Outstanding Sculpture Educator Award, we recognize this year’s ISC Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award winners, as well as recent commissions on the campuses of the University of Connecticut, the University of Denver, and the University of Minnesota. Several other articles touch on the theme of education—several of Steven Siegel’s installations have been on university campuses, and Heather McGill and several of the artists reviewed in this issue are prominent educators. Also in this issue: an interview with Georgia and David K. Welles, recipients of the 2003 ISC Patron Recognition Award, Robert C. Morgan’s account of the current Venice Biennale, Marty Carlock’s history of Boston Sculptors (a sculptors’ group currently in transition), and articles and reviews on artists in Italy, Canada, Hungary, Japan, and across the U.S.

~ Glenn Harper


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