Nashua International Sculpture Symposium

The 2017 Nashua International Sculpture Symposium will begin May 11, 2017! Save the date!

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The 10th annual Nashua International Sculpture Symposium will take place May 11 – June 3, 2017.  Please join us.
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The Nashua International Sculpture Symposium is organized by volunteers and funded by grants, sponsorships, and donations. You can help in many ways.

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2016 Symposium Artists

Asta Vasiliauskaite

Asta Vasiliauskaite

Lithuania

Asta Vasiliauskaite graduated from the Vilnius Art Institute in 1986.  Today she is a member of the Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts and has been a member of the Lithuanian Artist’s Association since 1990.  Asta was awarded 1st prize in 2007 at the Lithuanian Art Museum and the Art Gallery of Èiurlionis, Lemont, IL.  Since 1986 she has been the head of the Art Department and teacher of Methidologist at the Shalchininkai Art School.

Gopinath Subbanna

Gopinath Subbanna

India

Gopinath Subbanna graduated with a M. V. A. in sculpture at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat, Bangalore in 2007, Post Diploma in Ceramic Sculptures in 2001 at M.S. University Baroda, and a B. F. A. in Sculpture at the College of Fine Arts in Bangalore in 1997.  Gopi has won numerous awards and scholarships, has participated in many international events and has even has 2 solo shows of his work.

Vasilis Vasili

Vasilis Vasili

Greece

Vasilis is a native of Greece and he is currently based in Halifax, with teaching assignments in Europe and the U.S. He has a BA from the Athens School of Fine Arts and a Masters degree from Pennsylvania School of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. He has participated in dozens of group exhibitions in Europe and North America, and has had six solo exhibitions. Vasilis’s work is in private collections in Greece, Cyprus, Germany, and United States.