SculptureTucson
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SculptureTucson

SculptureTucson, the non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing Arizona’s cultural landscape through public art projects, workshops and the creation of a sculpture museum park in Tucson, is excited to announce its new headquarters at the Post House in the Binghampton Rural Historical Landscape, adjacent to Brandi Fenton Memoria Park at 3482 East River Road.

“We could not be more excited about this move and feel the Post House is the perfect place for our headquarters and for all we envision as an organization dedicated to enhancing the community through support of local sculptors,” says, Ryan Hill of SculptureTucson. “The Post House will contribute to the fast-paced, cultural growth that Tucson is currently experiencing by supporting the city as a destination for art, collectors, and artists producing sophisticated, regional work.”

Sculptors Jeannine Young, Reno Carollo, Raymonde Zlotnikoff, Linda Ahearn and Rory Combs are just a few of the participants of the Annual SculptureTucson Festival Show and Sale. This year’s three day events feature more than 60 sculptors, a diverse range of 3D artwork, artists’ talks and demonstrations, live music and dance performances, food trucks and more.  The events take place Brandi Fenton Memorial Park where the new headquarters are located – on Saturday, April 4 and Sunday, April 5, 2020 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The festival kicks off with an exclusive Patrons’ Event on Friday, April 3 with an opening night party at Brandi Fenton Memorial Park, featuring live music, performances, gourmet hors d’oeuvres and cocktails catered by Hacienda del Sol and an opportunity for guests to meet participating sculptors and get a first peek and pick of the festival’s unmatched selection of sculpture.