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June 2014
Vol. 33 No. 5

A publication of the
International Sculpture Center
From the Executive Director

As the weather starts to warm up and the gallery scene slows down, it’s time to head outside to look at art. And there is no greater place to get your fill of sculpture than a sculpture park or garden during the summer. Each year, we feature some “can’t miss” venues where you can enjoy all that nature has to offer and simultaneously enjoy great sculpture. Starting on page 58, you’ll find a diverse selection of parks and gardens that all have amazing collections and superb grounds where the whole family can enjoy time together. If you are traveling further afield over the summer, we have some great resources to plan the sculpture-related portion of your trip: you can search for parks and gardens around the world or consult Landscapes for Art, our ISC Press volume that features some unusual sculpture destinations. However you decide to spend your summer, take Sculpture along with you.

And while you are enjoying the long, lazy days of summer, we will be working on preparations for the upcoming ISC conference, taking place in New Orleans in October. Don’t wait too long to book your hotel, and make sure to keep your eyes open for the announcement launching registration.

—Johannah Hutchison
ISC Executive Director

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