2014 Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium
The fifth Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium has concluded and all seven new sculptures have been installed in the following communities:
Surry, Lubec, Calais, Harrington, Jonesport, Bucksport and Castine.
For directions and information on the new sculptures as well as all the sculptures on the trail please visit our Sculpture Tour guide.
Four Symposia have taken place, resulting in 27 sculptures that make up the new Sculpture Trail of Maine. The Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium is an artist in residency program that gives sculptors from Maine and around the world the chance to focus on a single piece of public art created in Maine granite. The six-week symposium provides a stipend, materials and technical support to each artist, in a communal working space open to the public. The finished works are part of a collection that spreads throughout the region. The project is supported through donations from the local communities, general fundraising, grants, and in kind support.
Special Thanks to our Stone Donors:
Freshwater Stone ~ J.C. Stone, Inc.
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