The Wallace Master Sculpture Program is supported by a generous gift from Martha Wallace Pellett. Master Sculptor Program Sculptors-in-Residence demonstrate the sculpture process to the visiting public, work on pieces they have in process, give lectures on their work, and teach workshops on a variety of subjects. Since 1999, Master Sculptors have been selected by invitation each year and serve to further advance Brookgreen’s relationship with working sculptors.
2021 Residencies, Workshops, Lectures, and Events
November 8 - 19 -- Fall Sculptor in Residence, Richard Blake, FNSS. Richard Blake’s public program is November 13; his workshop is November 15-19.
Exhibits in the Rosen Galleries
June 12-August 22 - National Sculpture Society 88th Annual Awards Exhibition
September 11–November 7 - Thomas Schomberg: Remembering 9/11
November 27–January 2, 2022 – Holiday Exhibit
Lectures, Demonstrations, and Events
Open Studio sessions are a live monthly event open to the public (on the following dates) in the Campbell Sculpture Center Studio. Join Bryan Rapp, Brookgreen’s Director of the Master Sculptor Program, and observe sculpture-making processes, demonstrations, and Q&A.
March 24 - 10 am to Noon.
April 21 - 10 am to Noon.
May 12 - 10 am to Noon.
June 23 - 10 am to Noon.
July 21 - 10 am to Noon.
August 25 - 10 am to Noon.
Sept. 29 - 10 am to Noon.
Oct. 27 - 10 am to Noon.
Nov. 24 - 10 am to Noon.
Dec. 8 - 10 am to Noon.
The exhibits and most lectures, demonstrations, and events are free with regular admission. Additional lectures and programs are planned that relate to temporary exhibitions in the Rainey Sculpture Pavilion and other events of the Master Sculptor Program. Check the website for further information, www.brookgreen.org.
Bryan Rapp, Director of the Master Sculptor Program (843) 235-6027
Robin R. Salmon, VP of Art and Historical Collections and Curator of Sculpture, (843) 235-6012
Or email the Sculpture Department using our contact form - choose "sculpture" on the Category dropdown.