In 2014, organizations throughout the area will band together to celebrate the region's sculpture and we want you to participate. Sculpture City Saint Louis will provide platforms for organizations to promote their sculpture-focused exhibitions, events, and resources, and will develop forums for dialogue about the place of sculpture in our civic and individual lives.
Throughout 2014, this site will be a source of information about sculpture collections and activities in the St. Louis region. Please stay tuned to learn more about how you can be a part of Sculpture City and get your sculpture exhibition, event or resource listed.
We're not entirely sure why you'd throw a launch party for a one page website (nicely designed & minimally composed by Kiku Obata), but we understand the initiative is a good one for our city as we begin to head into our 250th anniversary (more on this later).
If you have any interest in the following bullet points like, for example, the website feature known as an Instagram Feed, be sure to head over to the Nine Network tonight from 5:30 to 7:00 pm:
• Find out how to promote your sculpture programs and collection through the Sculpture City Saint Louis 2014 web calendar and social media.
• Learn about our other website features such as the Journal and Instagram feed.
• Network with your colleagues and share your plans for the coming year.
Visit Sculpture City on Facebook.
And for now, enjoy this lovely poster by designer/twitter-instigator, Carlos Zamora.