Sculpture for New Orleans co-hosts the International Sculpture Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
DDD released the list of finalists for the 2014 Downtown NOLAAwards. Michael Manjarris of Sculpture for New Orleans was nominated for Ambassador of the Year. The winners will be announced at the annual luncheon which will be held on Friday, May 16 at Noon at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans with Networking & Cocktails occurring from 11:30am to Noon. Young Neville Featuring Jason Neville will perform.
DDD Presents Downtown NOLA Awards
Poydras Corridor Sculpture Exhibition, a large-scale outdoor sculpture installed in Downtown New Orleans at Poydras Corridor, opened in time for the Super Bowl. It is sponsored by The Diame Helis Henry and The Adrienne Helis Malvin Art Funds Of The Helis Foundation in cooperation with the Parks and Parkways Department and The Ogden Museum of Southern art.
John Henry’s “Zach’s Tower” will be installed March 30th at Harrah’s of New Orleans.
Feb. 7 installation
James Surls: Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
“Me Knife, Diamond and Flower.”
Stainless Steel and Bronze
26 x 19 x 8′
Deborah Masters, Audubon Park
Tom Bills, Xavier University
Joel Graesser, Xavier University
Peter Lundberg, Xavier University
James Surls companion show
Arthur Roger Gallery
EYE BENCHES IV, 2001
Bronze and electric light: a pair
Each: 54 x 107 x 65
“Aria de Capo”
Flowers for Teresa”
Morning Glory Vine
30 x 30 x 144″
7 x 25 x 15′
Museum of Southern Art
Louisiana Arts Works
Arrival of Mark di Suveros “Stairway to the Stars” for Tulane University”
Announcement of John Henry’s participation’s with a monumental sculpture for Lakeshore drive. Installation set for late July.
Installation of two sculptures, 4 planes and 6 planes,
by 20th century master Alexander Calder to be installed at the
New Orleans museum of Art
Installation of Aria da Capo’s sculpture “Flowers for Theresa” at Lafayette Square.
Opening party at Lafayette Square, May 30/June1 for Louise Bourgeois, Aria da Capo and Tara Conley
Installation of John Clement’s Sculpture, site TBA
John Henry at Lakeshore Drive
Installation of Tara Conley’s 9 foot bronze “Bunny” at Lafayette Square