Sculpture Saturday: Daniel Shieh, JSP Artist in Residence, Week 2

This Sculpture Saturday we check in with Artist in Residence, Daniel Shieh during his second week at JSP. Learn more about his work at danielshieh.com.

Daniel’s residency is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Windgate Foundation.

Sculpture Saturday is sponsored in part by Expree Credit Union. Donate to support our virtual programs. Thank you!

nARTure Tuesday: JSP Conservation Volunteers

It’s nARTure Tuesday! Big thanks goes to Frankfort Audubon Society and JSP volunteers, including fabulous Board Member Joyce Bender, who recently planted native plants in our revitalized meadow and bird watching area. Thanks to those who cared for and donated the plant starts, as well, including Deb White, Jeri Howell, Joyce Bender, and more.
If you’d like to volunteer for opportunities like this in the future, please contact us today. Thank you!

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nARTure Tuesday is sponsored in part by Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky and Expree Credit Union.

Sculpture Saturday: Daniel Shieh, JSP Artist in Residence, Week 1

Welcome to Sculpture Saturday! Daniel Shieh joins us as the Artist in Residence for the month of October. Daniel is an artist from Taiwan, based out of NYC, who creates interactive artworks that alter the power dynamics between participants. He describes the sculpture he has designed for JSP, which we will watch develop over the next 3 weeks. Stay tuned!

Learn more at Daniel’s website  and follow him on Instagram and Facebook.

Daniel’s residency is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Windgate Foundation.

Sculpture Saturday: “Reflect” by Andréa Stanislav, JSP Artist in Residence

Happy Sculpture Saturday! Josephine Sculpture Park hosted Symphonic Stroll on September 18, 2021, an event which combined the music of the Lexington Philharmonic with an interactive piece titled “Reflect” by JSP artist-in-residence, Andréa Stanislav, featuring the Kentucky Dance Academy.

In this video, experience Symphonic Stroll through Andréa’s voice and images by Jill Malusky and Daniel Evans.

Andréa’s residency was supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Windgate Foundation.

Learn more about Andréa at andreastanislav.com.

Plan your visit to JSP and donate at josephinesculpturepark.org. Thank you!

Thank YOU for making Symphonic Stroll a Success!

Saturday, September 18th, JSP joined forces with the Lexington Philharmonic to launch an experimental event – Symphonic Stroll. We dreamed of watching visitors discover musicians embedded with sculptures across the park. Our September Artist-in-Residence Andréa Stanislav added an immersive global performance with the Kentucky Dance Academy.

This dream came true, and couldn’t have been a better experience! We were overjoyed at the number of you who turned out to be a part of this new and unique event.

We thank all of our sponsors, partners, volunteers, and YOU for making this possible!

Presenting Sponsors: Expree Credit Union, Josephine Ardery Foundation, Stewart Home & School, Betty Barr & Don Kleier

Lead Sponsor: Kentucky Monthly Magazine

Sponsors: Chenault & Hoge, Billie Faye & Rick Duvall, Cindy & Scott Hampton, Harrod Concrete & Stone, Martha Moore, John & Magdalene Stewart, Teresa & Harry Suter, VanHouten Builders – Art & Beverly VanHouten, VanHouten Construction – Art & Beverly VanHouten

Supporters: Earth Tools, Carol & John Baughman, Charlie Jones, Anne Taylor & Will Renshaw

Partners: Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites; Lakeview Park; Wilson Nurseries

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