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.
Tony Jimenez is a sculptor from Guayabo, Costa Rica. In 2013, he created the sculpture, ‘La Familia’ located at Park Social at the corner of Pine and Ledge streets. In 2017 he sculpted ‘For the Love of Family’ which is at Lovewell Pond.
Carina Fabaro is a sculptor and professor of visual arts who has created projects in countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Italy.
Tom Allan was trained at Glasgow Art School and in Carrara, Italy. Sculpting since 1977, Tom exhibits widely throughout Britain. He has participated in many sculpture symposia, organising four in Scotland. Tom was elected Associate of the Royal Society of British Sculptors in 2006.
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.