Sculpture Saturday: Three Chevrons by Victoria Priep

This Sculpture Saturday, we check out Victoria Priep’s metal sculpture, Three Chevrons! Visit this piece and more at Josephine Sculpture Park, open for free 365 days a year from dawn to dusk. Plan your visit at josephinesculpturepark.org.

Sculpture Saturday is sponsored in part by Expree Credit Union. Thank you!

JSP Artist Opportunities Available: Applications Due Feb. 28, 2021 at 11:50pm EST

Artist Residency & Fellowship

Park Manager & Artist Residency

Art Studio or Art Education Internships

JSP Artist Opportunities – Applications due Feb. 28, 2021 at 11:59pm EST

Interns ROCK at Josephine Sculpture Park

Artist Opportunities at JSP!
Applications due Sunday, February 28
By 11:59pm EST

Click here for full descriptions, eligibility & application instructions. Please help us spread the word!

Artist Residency & Fellowship
The JSP Artist Residency provides artists with the opportunity to live and work at JSP, create original artworks for exhibit here, interact with the public, and lead workshops and/or community activities as deemed relevant by each artist. The residency allows artists the time and space to dive deep into their practice with undivided support from JSP staff, as needed. The JSP Artist Residency hosts Fellowship Artists (funding provided) as well as 365 Studio Artists (self-funded). This program is supported in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Opportunity available for 2 to 4 weeks during May to October, 2021.

Park Manager & Artist Residency
The JSP Park Manager and Artist Residency is a part time contract position to work, live, and create artwork at JSP. Responsibilities include the oversight and execution of JSP’s daily activities, such as but not limited to sculpture and facilities maintenance and management of JSP’s intern program. Compensation includes salary, housing and utilities, and studio space (including use of JSP equipment). Exhibition at JSP of artwork created while in residence is strongly encouraged. Contract dates are June 1, 2021 to May 31, 2022.

Art Studio or Art Education Internship
The JSP Art Studio or Art Education internship is a part time opportunity for interns to work, live, and create artwork at JSP. Primary responsibilities include park maintenance, sculptural repair, and assistance for park events and programs. Primitive housing and studio facilities provided. Exhibition at JSP of artwork created is strongly encouraged. Opportunity available May to October, 2021.

Please share this with anyone you think would be interested! Thank you!

nARTure Tuesday: Tree Art & First Sunday Nature Tour with Lucy Azubuike!

Schedule your tour at Josephine Sculpture Park today!

Artist Lucy Azubuike sees the art in trees. This nARTure Tuesday, let yourself find the images waiting for you in trees (like seeing images in cloud formations)! What do you see in Lucy’s photograph here (#repost @lazubu20)? #onemilliontrees

We are thrilled that Lucy will lead the First Sunday Nature Tour at 1pm on February 7! Explore the trees at JSP and learn Lucy’s process from the artist herself. Registration required; only 9 spots available!

Register

nARTure Tuesday is sponsored in part by Expree Credit Union and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky. Donate at josephinesculpturepark.org. Thank you!

Sculpture Saturday: Tractor Town Titan by William Vannerson

This Sculpture Saturday, take a look at William Vannerson’s metal and found object sculpture, Tractor Town Titan! Visit this piece and more at Josephine Sculpture Park, open for free 365 days a year from dawn to dusk. Plan your visit at josephinesculpturepark.org.

Sculpture Saturday is sponsored in part by Expree Credit Union. Thank you!

nARTure Tuesday: Frozen Suncatcher

nARTure Tuesday’s back in action this week to a frozen suncatcher, taking advantage of this beautiful winter weather to make art with ice!

1. Head outside and gather your natural materials. Then, arrange your natural materials in a wide, shallow container that can be frozen.

2. Cover the natural materials with water. Tie a piece of yarn or sturdy string into a circle, and submerge half of the yarn into the water so that it will freeze inside the suncatcher.

3. Place your suncatcher in the freezer until completely frozen.

4. Remove your suncatcher from the container. Hang your nARTful frozen suncatcher outside to catch some sun!

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nARTure Tuesday is sponsored in part by Expree Credit Union and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky. Donate at josephinesculpturepark.org. Thank you!

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