LATEST NEWS / 06.07.15

FIRST ANGUILLA SCULPTURE SYMPOSIUM--ARTISTS ANNOUNCED

The First Anguilla Sculpture Symposium is delighted to announce that three internationally renowned artists have been selected to sculpt original works celebrating the island’s rich heritage and natural beauty: Jon Barlow Hudson, Alexandra Harley and Almuth Tebbenhoff. All members of the Royal British Society of Sculptors, these sculptors will travel to the beautiful island paradise of Anguilla, in the British West Indies, to create three works LIVE before the public over a period of three weeks— from 9 November through 27 November 2015.  About the Artists  Jon Barlow Hudson creates public sculpture, private sculpture installations and corporate sculpture environments world-wide. He is particularly sensitive to d

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LATEST NEWS / 23.06.15

HANDS-ON LEARNING ABOUT WORKING WITH BRONZE, THE CHINESE WAY

Tu Wei-Cheng, ‘Bunam Civilisation Wheel’ Workshop Cass Sculpture Foundation (CASS) is offering the opportunity to take part in a workshop led by Tu Wei-Cheng, a contemporary Chinese artist, who will be featuring in the Foundation’s 2016 exhibition, ‘A Beautiful Disorder’. Participants are invited to take part in making moulds, which will later be cast into bronze. These casts will form a component of Tu Wei-Cheng’s final work, and exhibited in the grounds of Cass Sculpture Foundation as part of the exhibition‘A Beautiful Disorder’. The sculpture will be made of a collection of objects formed together to resemble an archaeological discovery. Throughout its time at CASS, the piece will slo

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