Thank you to Alison Helm, Patti Menick, Laurie Barnes, and Priscilla Pfanstiel Robinson for their wonderful and insightful discussions about their award-winning sculptures from our exhibition, "SOS: Celebrating 80 Years."
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In collaboration with our 80th Annual Exhibition at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, SOS is hosting a screening of our juror's documentary, "Thaddeus Mosley: Sculptor" on Sunday, December 6th, 1-4pm in Simmons Hall. We had a wonderful opening reception and this is a great opportunity to check out the show if you have yet to see it.
We are also inviting you to participate in a silent art auction. Small works of art, donated by SOS members, will be on display and auctioned off at the end of the event. If you would like to donate a small piece, of any medium, please email SOS. (Work can be brought in shortly before the event begins but we need to allow enough space).
SOS will provide beverages and light snacks, please bring a potluck item to share!
What: Movie Screening/Art auction
When: Sunday, December 6th, 1-4pm
Where: PCA, Simmons Hall
What to bring: art for donation and/or a potluck item
Best of Show ($350): Alison Helm- "Imprint of Consumption"
Juror's Award ($200): Laurie Barnes- "Periphery #4"
Juror's Award ($200): Edmond Tillotson- "Rabbit"
Patti Menick- "Twixters at Play"
Priscilla Pfanstiel Robinson- "Untitled I"
Ronald Nigro- "Defiance"
Please consider making a donation to the SOS so we may be a part of this exciting event. You may also purchase a ticket for yourself here: PCA's 70th Anniversary Event.
The Society of Sculptors appreciates your generosity and support.
July 15 deadline approaching!
Check out the catalog from our last exhibition, SOS: Past & Present, highlighting the work and history of over a dozen SOS members!
Our Annual Membership Meeting is scheduled for Sunday, March 15th, at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, 1-4pm. We invite you to join us to hear more about our upcoming plans, to contribute any thoughts or questions you have for the board, and to learn about volunteer opportunities.
Seton Hill University has invited the Society of Sculptors to exhibit member work in their new, temporary, off-campus gallery space. This exhibit is intended to showcase the history of the group by highlighting past members, while representing the current membership.
This is a “no fee” exhibition and is open to all past and present members of SOS. Non-members may apply by becoming a member and paying the annual membership fee. All media is welcomed and can be from any time in the artist's career. We are looking for a wide representation from the membership, you may submit up to 5 works!
Deadline to apply: February 8th, 2015
Check out the details in the prospectus below!