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McKay Lodge Conservation Hosts the International Sculpture Center Annual Conference Opening Reception in Pittsburgh

The International Sculpture Center (ISC) held its 26th annual meeting in our favorite city –Pittsburgh! ISC is publisher of Sculpture Magazine.

McKay Lodge Conservation, a leader in the conservation of sculpture and especially sculpture in the public realm, is hosting the ISC reception and is pleased to be among the conference collaborators and sponsors.

For its part, McKay hosted the opening evening reception of the event which was as much fun as our 2013 Pittsburgh reception dinner and entertainment for the Americans for the Arts Conference, see:

Our top party planner friends at Pittsburgh Public Art to helped us make this party GREAT.

Pittsburgh Art Council

The conference theme was “Tradition and Innovation” and was held October 15-18, 2016.

For more information, visit the conference website:

The International Sculpture Center traveled to Pittsburgh, PA from October 15-18, 2016 for the 26th International Sculpture Conference: Sculpture in Context: Tradition and Innovation in Pittsburgh, PA, featuring:

  • Annual ISC littleSCULPTURE Show
  • ARTSlams & Mentor Sessions
  • Carnegie Museum of Art
  • Engaging Panel Discussions
  • Evening Parties
  • Hands-On Workshops at Carnegie Mellon University, TechShop, Pittsburgh Glass Center, and more
  • Keynote Address
  • Mattress Factory
  • Open Studios & Gallery Hops
  • Optional Art & Culture Trips to the Andy Warhol Museum and Carrie Furnaces, among others
  • Public Art Tours and Visits to Nearby Sculpture Sites
  • And more

Collaborators & Sponsors: Andy Warhol Museum, Carnegie Mellon University, Carnegie Museum of Art, Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, Mattress Factory, McKay Lodge Conservation Laboratory, Inc., Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh Glass Center, Office of Public Art, Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area and Carrie Furnaces, and University of Pittsburgh. This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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