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Sculpture at Maudslay is a site-specific sculpture show that takes place each year at Maudslay State Park in Newburyport. Our next show will take place this September.
The show is open to artists from the north shore region. Please investigate this site, and join our social network to learn more and get involved.
The show is organized by all of us, the artists!
May 24: Applications due
June 19, 4 pm & June 21, 7 pm: Walkthroughs to confirm sites (choose one)
Sept 11: Artists install sculptures
Sept 12: Show opens
Sept18, 2- 5 pm: Opening reception and tour (we hope!)
Oct 3, 12 pm: Show closes
Our application form for the show will be online again this year.
You can find the online form along with information and instructions at the link below.
If you have further questions, email Bert Snow (snow (dot) bert @ gmail.com) or message him through this site.
Posted by Bert Snow on April 16, 2021 at 11:38am
The theme for the 2021 Outdoor Sculpture at Maudslay show will be REACH.
It's a word that has many possible meanings, implications, and suggestions contained within it, and artists are invited to let it inspire their thoughts as they craft proposals for this years show.
The theme was chosen with our usual rounds-of-debate-and-voting process, only online this year. It was fun!
We're looking forward to seeing where artists take this!
Posted by Bert Snow on April 16, 2021 at 11:32am
Due to the Coronavirus, we have postponed our planned 20-year retrospective of the Outdoor Sculpture at Maudslay show.
We don't have a new date yet, but will update this when we do.
Our plan is to have two coordinated shows - one at the Firehouse Gallery in Newburyport, and one at the Riverwalk Brewery. We'll use large format photographs and text to tell the story of the 250 area artists who have created over 700 sculptures over the 20 years of the show, and how its vibrant community was built. …Continue
Posted by Bert Snow on March 3, 2020 at 12:30pm