Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Sculpture Space in Utica NY, Sculpture Central International featured the work of professional artists who honed their work at Sculpture Space, long ago or in the recent past. The series was hosted by neighbor institutions, and we were grateful to them and to our generous sponsors for honoring these extraordinary artists. Sculpture Central International was a series of contemporary art exhibitions, projects and events at college art galleries, a museum, universities, an art park and two libraries. It began in Oneonta in February, 2006, and ended in Cazenovia in late 2007. All programs were located in central New York and have an international dimension. Each addressed aspects of contemporary sculpture: approaches and materials (Hartwick College), technology (SUNYIT and Utica College), public art (Colgate University and Hamilton College), artists at work (Utica Public Library), sculptors who used cameras (MWPAI), and art inspired by nature (Stone Quarry Hill Art Park). Also in commemoration of the 30th anniversary, Sculpture Space produced Sculpture Space [the book] highlighting its art, history and unique position in the world of artists’ residency programs.
- Sculpture Space: Thirty Years in the Making
- Technology Radiates Art: Rainer Maria Wehner
- Sculpture Space: Inside/Outside
- Work Zone: Sculpture Space Artists at Work
- Sculpture Symposium: Public Art on Campus