Wake the Town and Tell the People | International Sculpture Day
International Sculpture Center in partnership with Mana Contemporary
Cosmo Whyte, Wake the Town and Tell the People, 2015.
Mana Contemporary in Jersey City, NJ
Keating Foundry at Mana
Installation view: “The T’ang Horse: Anthony Quinn” at Mana Contemporary, 2016. Photo by John Berens.
Polaroids from “The Old Man and the Sea”, 1990. The Anthony Quinn Collection. Photo by E. Lee Smith.
Seungmo Park Studio at Mana Contemporary
Doug Argue Studio at Mana Contemporary
Carole Feuerman Studio at Mana Contemporary
In celebration of International Sculpture Day (IS Day) on Sunday, April 24, 2016, 1-6pm the ISC will partner with Mana Contemporary in Jersey City, NJ with an exciting afternoon of programming. Come see a performance by 2015 ISC Student Award winner Jamezie, and check out 2015 recipients’ exhibition of sculpture in the 5th floor gallery, Wake the Town and Tell the People. Working across a dynamic range of materials, from porcelain to plywood and bronze to balloons, the artists call on us to reexamine the pressures of our time. Explore Mana’s artist studios - open to the public- and watch a demonstration at the Keating Foundry, located on Mana’s campus. View exhbitions The T’ang Horse: Anthony Quinn, which highlights a number of sculptures by Anthony Quinn, and Ben Keating: The Piece of Her That’s Missing, will also be on view.
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Sunday, April 24, 2016
1 – 6 PM
Special programming: 2PM: Keating Foundry aluminum casting demonstration from 2PM to 2:30PM, exterior campus 3PM: As part of Wake the Town and Tell the People, Jamezie will perform a participatory work, …But Will The People Listen?, from 3PM to 5PM, 5th floor gallery