Welcome! If you're interested in participating, you should JOIN this network to keep up with what's happening as we put on our 14th show!

Important Dates 2013

May 29: Applications must be received (Deadline Extended!)

June 22 (4pm) and June 24 (7pm); Mandatory park tour to confirm sites.

Sept 7: Install Sculptures

Sept 8: Show opens

Sept 14, 2-5 PM: Opening Reception and Tour

Sept 29: Show Closes

Sept 30: Sculptures must be down

About the Show

Sculpture at Maudslay is a site-specific sculpture show that takes place each year at Maudslay State Park in Newburyport. Our 15th show will take place this September, with the theme INTERTWINED.

The show open to artists from the north shore region. Investigate this site join this social network to learn more and get involved -- the show is organized by us artists!


Download Applications for the 2013 Show here!

Started by Bert Snow in Key Info Apr 13, 2013.

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Started by Bert Snow in Key Info Jan 14, 2008.




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CALL TO ARTISTS: For Sculpture at Maudslay 2013


If you have an inspiration to create an outdoor sculpture, you are invited to be part of Outdoor Sculpture at Maudslay this fall.  This unique exhibition brings together artists from many walks of life to create site-specific sculptures in the Park. 

The Theme of this year's show will be INTERTWINE. …


Posted by Bert Snow on April 13, 2013 at 7:30pm

And the theme for the 2013 show is... INTERTWINE

We had a lively meeting to debate and decide the theme for the 2013 show.  Everybody brought 3 ideas, (some sent em in from afar..) and we followed our "hallowed" process of rounds of voting to narrow the list down, until we ended up with two finalists: Intertwine and Between.  Intertwined won the final vote (but it was close), but with no fisticuffs.  Thanks to everyone who came and participated!

I think it will be a great theme - it's dynamic, organic, evocative and specific…


Posted by Bert Snow on February 25, 2013 at 3:30pm — 1 Comment


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