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Ribbet Exhibit

Great exhibit at the Morton Arboretum that runs to the middle of September. Most of the sculptures are around the area of the Visitors’ Center.




‘Between 1972 – 1983, I did a series of performances which involved masks, bottles, pans, uniforms, dolls, stuffed animals, etc. After the performances these objects were either left behind or they were… 249 more words


Bottle Tree and Bicycle Gateway

Title: Bottle Tree and Bicycle Gateway


Lead: Adam Rakestraw

with Sculpture Weeks Participants: Amanda F.; Ann Y.; Anthony W.; Cindy P.; Daniel H.; David Y. 275 more words


Alexander Milne Calder: Born August 23, 1846

Alexander Milne Calder was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, the son of a tombstone carver. He began his career in Scotland, working for sculptor John Rhind, the father of sculptor J. 10 more words

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Project BMG - Well..... Hello

Well…. Wow I’m a guest blogger and I would just like to say how grateful I am to Roberta before I get started. I hope to entertain with short stories and off beat posts, I never know what I’m about to write so I’ll  be as surprised as you are. 208 more words


Sculpture in the City 2016 lands in London and brings public art to the centre of the city

Sculpture in the city, the free annual art event which places sculpture in spots around the city of London has once again returned.

With a variety of art on display, there are 19 spots where artists from around the World have placed their works.   321 more words

The 1st Antarctic Biennale

Deadline for applications: 03 October 2016



Participants of the contest shall create a unique art object representing their own vision of Antarctica.

Who can participate…

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