Nashua is the only city in the United States that hosts an annual international sculpture symposium. This year we celebrated our 11th Anniversary.
The International Sculpture Symposium is a community project. Except for the artists’ stipends and raw materials, the community generously donates all other needs for a successful event.
Caroline Ramersdorfer is an Austrian-born sculptor with studios in upstate New York and Feldkirch in Vorarlberg, Austria. Her work, both small scale and monumental, has gained an international following, with permanent installations in Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Africa, the United Arab Emirates and the Caribbean.
Jocelyn Pratt is an established New Zealand sculptor presenting modernist interpretive works representative of natural forms. Ms Pratt favours working with local resources, exploring and enhancing the natural qualities of stone with polish and texture techniques.
Motondi Gerard Oroo was born in Kenya, 1965. He has a special feeling towards things and can express those feelings through his unique art language. Endless striving and exploring make him a outstanding African sculptor.
The opening for 2019 will be on Thursday, May 9th, 2019 from 6-8 PM at the Hunt Community on the corner of Allds and Main Streets, Nashua NH
Help us make this Great Event happen. Prepare a meal, volunteer your time, donate funds or sponsor a sculpture.
We have placed thirty three sculptures throughout Nashua. Follow the Map to see them all.