One of the prettiest feathers in Salisbury’s cap, the Sculpture Show, curated by the Salisbury Public Arts Commission, has returned with 21 new sculptures by artists from across the Eastern United States.
As a new initiative for 2022, the Public Arts Commission made a call for neighborhoods to apply as hosts for sculptures. Featured neighborhoods this year are: Castlewood, Country Club Hills, and Milford Knoll Neighborhood.
The 2022 Sculpture Show runs from May 2022 through April 2023, and features works by Matt Amante, Carl Billingsley, Jim Collins, Richard Conn, Robert Coon, Jim Gallucci, Hanna Jubran, Dean Leary, Roger Martin, Jason Morris, Jordan Parah, Charles Pilkey, Richard Pitts, Silo AR+D, and Wayne Vaughn. Residents and visitors can begin their self-guided tour by picking up a brochure at the Visitor’s Center, 204 E. Innes Street. Inside the brochure, participants will find a map, information about each sculpture, and instructions to download the free Otocast app, which provides an audio tour and interactive map. Brochures are also available at the Rowan County Public Library, Rowan Museum, Waterworks Visual Arts Center, and at local downtown businesses, restaurants and galleries.
Get a brochure, and gather friends, family, or just yourself, and visit the various sculptures throughout Salisbury. For more information, visit salisburync.gov/SculptureShow.