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Philadelphia Sculptors Present

  • City Hall 1400 Market Street \ Floor 2 Philadelphia, PA, 19107 United States (map)
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Philadelphia Sculptors is honored to help celebrate sculpture - in Philadelphia's historic City Hall. In conjunction with the International Sculpture Center's upcoming conference, Defining Moments in the Face of Change, we have been invited to exhibit artworks that share our vision of sculpture today. In Philadelphia Sculptors Present, PS members respond in diverse and imaginative ways to the issues and concerns of our time. The exhibition is mounted in large glass cases on the 2nd floor of City Hall, allowing visitors to walk through a hallway of art. The twenty PS members in the show were chosen by Amie Potsic, CEO & Principal Curator of Amie Potsic Art Advisory, LLC, to represent the state of three dimensional art in Philadelphia today


An additional show of sculpture, Etherial/Material, juried by Independent Public Art Consultant and PS Board member Marsha Moss, also includes members of Philadelphia Sculptors, and will take place in the first floor gallery. Both shows are part of the Art in City Hall program, under the auspices of the Philadelphia Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy.


ARTISTS: Ellen Benson, Robert Bickey, Jason Brenner, t.a. hahn, Melissa Joseph, Joanne Karpowitz, Leslie Kaufman, Carole Loeffler, Diane Marimow, Constance McBride, Elizabeth Miller McCue, Christine McDonald, Joan Menapace, Chelsea Nader, Diane Pepe, Marco Bras Rodrigues, Phillip Scarpone, Georgette Veeder, Charles Welles, and Richard Weiner.


Refreshments will be available.


Important visitor information                                  

Visitors arriving before 6:00 pm must enter at the Northeast corner visitor's entrance to sign in to get access to the 2nd floor. After 6 pm, they will not need to sign in. The refreshments will be downstairs outside the 1st floor gallery in Room 116. All food and wine will need to remain downstairs.

Earlier Event: October 21
Celebrating Light and Shadow and Otherness
Later Event: October 25
Opening: Art in City Hall, Fall 2018