The Annual SculptureTucson Festival Show & Sale
The Annual Sculpture Festival Show & Sale is a three-day premier sculpture show where collectors and art lovers can meet local, national and international sculptors in a beautiful outdoor park setting. The next festival will take place on April 5, 6 and 7, 2019.
Hosted at the Brandi Fenton Memorial Park in Tucson, Arizona, the Sculpture Festival features artists demonstrations, music, food trucks and a range of 3-D works of art that have been selected by a nationally-recognized juror and are available for sale.
Don't forget to get tickets to the special opening night Patrons' Event. Tickets and info below.
PATRONS' EVENT - OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION
The opening night reception PATRONS' EVENT is a fabulous cocktail party at Brandi Fenton Memorial Park offering a unique opportunity to engage with participating sculptors and have the first peak and pick of the diverse range of three-dimensional works of art.
Enjoy live music, gourmet hors-d'oeuvres and cocktails catered by Hacienda del Sol.
Friday, April 5, 2019
5 pm - 9 pm
Brandi Fenton Memorial Park
3482 E River Rd, Tucson, AZ 85718
$50 per person
Sculpture is Joy!
SculptureTucson is a non-profit organization committed to being a creative hub for the creation, visibility and appreciation of sculpture. Our vision is to inspire and engage people through three-dimensional art.
Our goals include sustaining the annual Sculpture Festival; establishing a public sculpture park; placing sculpture in public spaces; creating community-based educational programs; and becoming a resource for artists, patrons and diverse local and international multi-cultural communities.
Tucson is Amazing!
Tucson is no longer a quiet Sonoran town known just for its warm days and cool nights. With more than a million full-time residents and a strong seasonal population which represents between 3.5 million to 6 million temporary residents and short-term visitors. Tucson is a vibrant growing community built in large part on arts of every kind: architecture, painting, photography, dance, music, poetry, and of course, sculpture play a major role in the cultural landscape of this growing city.
With Mexico one hour to the south and Phoenix one hour to the north, Tucson stands uniquely with one foot in its rich southwest history and the other in the future of a contemporary urban center.
Tucson is UNESCO’s 2017 City of Gastronomy and offers amazing experiences for residents and visitors:
Wonderful museums and galleries
Countless restaurants, pubs, and music venues
Over 100 miles of bike trails
A world-renowned astronomy research center
Hiking and sightseeing above and below ground
Steel, paint. 42" x 31" x 16
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