ISC STAFF AND BOARD NEWS
This year has seen some exciting changes to our very small staff. Their dedication
and passion, with the support of the Board of Trustees, are the keys to the success
of Sculpture magazine, iscPress publications, re:sculpt, isConnects, International
Sculpture Day, ISC conferences, and most recently, ISC residencies.
Glenn Harper and Twylene Moyer, the team behind Sculpture, are entering
their 22nd year with the magazine, now as Executive Editor and Editor. We
recently welcomed Hannah Zuckerman as Editorial Assistant, and with the
support of the Atlantic Foundation, we have hired Cathy Christino as our first
Publisher and Director of Marketing. In other staff news, Jennifer Galarza was
promoted to Conference and Events Manager, and Karen Swanson joined the
department as Conference and Events Coordinator.
Ree Kaneko, Board Chair, ends her term this year. Past Chair Robert Duncan is
excited to be retaking the helm in 2018. Other Board members have been busy
as well. Here are a few of the projects that they’ve been pursuing this past year.
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that includes administrative offices, collection
conservation, and community services such as an
art gallery, black box theater, café, and outdoor
Andrew Rogers unveiled I am Energy, his largest
bronze and stainless steel sculpture to date, at
Expo 2017, Future Energy, in Astana, Kazakhstan.
One year in the making, the work consists of 18
separate sections seamlessly welded together.
Doug Schatz completed River Dream,
a commission at
Watkins College in
Nashville, Tennessee. The work
Schatz, a long-time
trustee of the
Fisher Stolz installed Transformation at the
Urbana Park District’s Wandell Sculpture Garden, in Illinois, where it will be on loan for
George Tobolowsky completed Colorful Sustainable Flowers, a new sculpture created from
“found objects and tank heads” that measures
about 11 feet tall and weighs over 3,000 pounds.
In conjunction with
the Venice Biennale,
10 of Carole Feuerman’s large-scale
sculptures were shown
in an outdoor exhibition at the Giardino
della Marinaressa. She
also had four other
solo shows in Venice.
Eugene Lemay is developing Mana Contemporary’s
Miami campuses as part of Mana Common, a project focusing on cross-disciplinary collaborations
through global partnerships. Mana Wynwood will
soon be home to a trade center for China and Latin
America, while Mana Downtown will host residencies as part of a Latin American initiative.
Prescott Muir designed the award-winning Weber
County Library in Roy, Utah, a 75,000-sq.-ft. facility