Greensboro Cultural Center Hosts Sculpture Garden through 2019
Post Date:10/17/2018 4:40 PM
Greensboro Parks and Recreation City Arts and Events, in partnership with the Tri-State Sculptors Educational Association, present a public sculpture garden at the Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 N. Davie St. Admission is free and the sculptures will be on display through October 2019.
The Tri-State Sculptors Educational Association was formed in 1978 by a group of sculptors from Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina to promote public awareness and appreciation of sculpture in the region and to exchange ideas and information among its members. The exhibit, which is located on the east side of the building, is part of the association’s 40th annual conference, which will take place in Greensboro October 25-29.
Featured artists include:
Marlene Askins, Wolf of Winter
Rick Conn, Phase Transition
Jim Gallucci, Oak Leaf Fan Trellis
Megan Gottfried, The Gateway
Amy Hart, Red Flower
Charles Pilkey, Car Monsters
Brittany Søndberg, Indirect Means
Chelsea Tinklenberg, Utility of Futility
The sculpture garden has been funded by from the City of Greensboro and the Public Art Endowment.