Chicago Sculpture International unveils Women Sculptors of Chicago – Not for Men Only, an interactive lecture series debuting this January. Women Sculptors of Chicago – Not for Men Only features images, live process demonstrations and discussions presented by 11 extremely creative and talented female sculptors. All of the artists, who are proud members of Chicago Sculpture International, will share their process and passion for sculpture with the audience and will discuss their public sculptures which encompass a wide range of media including: large scale works in stainless steel, bronze, welded steel, aluminum, carved wood, found and recycled objects, water-works, 3-D mosaics, indoor installations and gallery-sized artworks.
Women Sculptors of Chicago – Not for Men Only will take place at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 East Washington Street in Chicago. Each 90 minute lecture is free of charge. There will also be a Q&A with the presenters during each session.
Saturday, Jan. 23 @ 1 p.m.
Toby Zallman & Kara James
Saturday Feb. 27 @ 1 p.m.
Victoria Fuller & Donna Hapac
Saturday, March 19 @ 1 p.m.
Janet Austin & Nicole Beck
Saturday, April 9 @ 1 p.m.
Suzanne Cohan-Lange with Niki Nolin & Christine Rojek
Saturday May 21 @ 1 p.m.
Jill King & Karen Gubitz
Women Sculptors of Chicago – Not for Men Only is sponsored by Chicago Sculpture International with funding from The City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.
Women Sculptors of Chicago – Not for Men Only is presented by Chicago Sculpture International’s Education Committee. The Committee’s mission is to share the professional sculptural expertise of its members in schools and organizations in need of exposure to public art.
Chicago Sculpture International is a member based, nonprofit organization devoted to championing sculptors and the creation of sculpture. Its members seek to expand the understanding and appreciation of sculpture through exhibits, workshops, and collaborations. Chicago Sculpture International brings sculpture to the community and promotes a supportive environment for sculpture and sculptors.