Photo Credit: Heinz working with Angie Sekoyra to show her different techniques in coloring metal through heat.
The International Sculpture Center (ISC) currently supports artists with three residency programs: art-st-urban in Switzerland, Student Award winners at Grounds For Sculpture, and Mana Contemporary. The ISC established residency programs as a way to expand on programming and provide members an additional opportunity to work with fellow artists in a studio environment.
The ISC is thrilled about its ever growing residency programs as just one of the many exciting benefits for our members. To learn more about our residencies contact Jeannette@sculpture.org, 609-689-1051 ext 312. To become a member and explore your opportunities contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 609-689-1051 ext 301
1-2 Outstanding Student Award recipients to work side-by-side with world-renowned sculptor Heinz Aeschlimann, and his wife Gertrud, an art advocate, collector and art patron, in an amazing inter-cultural experience.
Free intensive and individual workshop and work program over several weeks, all costs, as travelling and living are included, as well fully equipped studios and guestrooms.
A lively experience of a new cultural and living environment in addition to the artistic training
These experiences aim to have an enduring positive and creative influence on the future artistic creation of the young artists
Residents will be featured in Sculpture, Sculpture.org and re:sculpt, the ISC Blog.
Recipients will be chosen from current year's Outstanding student achievement winners
Dates for ISC Residencies at art-st-urban: 2016 Student Award winner recipient -TBD
Click here for more information on the Student Awards.
Brittany Sievers & Zhang Xiaoying 2017 ISC's most current recipient is Brittany Sievers from 2015's award winners. Brittany arrived on March 20th. This is the First time art-st-urban will host 2 females. Her companion will be Chinese young artist, Zhang Xiaoying, Master of Fine Art recipient 2015 from Chongqing, Sichuan Fine Arts Academy.