Sculpture in the Green

Since prehistory, sculptures have been shown outdoors. Why show sculpture in parks and gardens today?

Chiefcurator Dr. Elizabeth Fiedler speaks about the Ă–sterreichischer Skulpturenpark in Graz, Austria, where 70 international sculptures interact with the landscape.
Scylla' Giles Rayer in front of Black & White CottageVikki Leedham, Co-Curator and Gallery Manager, speaks about the endeavour of the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden in Ockley, United Kingdom, to create a harmony between sculpture and nature.

Join our Zoom Meeting on Monday, 19 September, 20.00 CEST.

After the lectures get together and networking in smaller groups.
Curating and moderation by curator Anne Berk.

The event will be held in English. Participation is free of charge, all you need is a PC, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection. Please register with the button "Register Now!" and the end of this page to receive the link to the Zoom meeting.

Cover picture: Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Graz, AU. Spätsommerfest, 2015, Photo Universalmuseum Joanneum/F.S.K. 2nd picture: Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden, Ockley, UK. Giles Rayer, "Scylla" in front of Black & White Cottage.


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