Nashua International Sculpture Symposium 2016

Spring and the Nashua International Sculpture Symposium are here! May is Nashua Sculptures Month and time to celebrate the 9th annual Nashua International Sculpture Symposium. 

Three international sculptors are busy creating large outdoor sculptures as part of the 9th annual Nashua International Sculpture Symposium. This year’s sculptors are Asta Visiliauskaite from Lithuania, Gopinath Subbanna from India, and Vasilis Vasili from Greece. Please help us celebrate this year’s sculptors their artistic contributions to Nashua at the Closing.

Closing Ceremony
Saturday, June 4th
1pm
Meet behind Nashua City Hall

There is still time to visit with them at NIMCO (One Pine St. Extension) as they work on their sculptures.  They will be working there Monday through Saturday through June 2nd. 

 
Conversation
 

Go to http://www.nashuasculpturesymposium.org/ for more information or to get involved.

Nashua is the only city in the US that has an annual international sculpture symposium. Each year since 2008 international sculptors come to Nashua for three weeks in May to create public art. Truly a community project, residents host the artists in their homes, bring meals as they work, provide transportation, and interact with the artists as they create. Currently over 20 sculptures are installed throughout the City for the public to see and touch.


 
 

Please visit the Sculpture Symposium website for information about artists, sculptures and events.
For additional information or to volunteer, please email Nashua.sculpture@gmail.com