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The ISC Welcomes New Board Member, Hilary Nitka

Thursday, March 5, 2020  
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The International Sculpture Center Welcomes New Board Member, Hilary Nitka
The International Sculpture Center (ISC), a global nonprofit arts service organization, announced the addition of Hilary Nitka to the ISC Board of Trustees.
 
Hilary Nitka lives and works in Park City, Utah. As a lifelong and enthusiastic advocate, follower and patron for the arts, she has served on various boards in Chicago and now in Park City, Utah. After earning a degree in Art History at Northwestern University in 1990, she volunteered in the 20th Century Department at the Art Institute of Chicago, and co-owned a gallery in Chicago that dealt primarily in contemporary photography. With a family move to Utah in 2005, she served on the board of the Kimball Art Center, and created a bespoke concierge service for private clients and referrals who demand experiences beyond the ordinary when visiting Park City, and surrounding areas. Hilary is an avid explorer of the arts in every form, and supports various arts organizations including UMOCA, and Artangel in the UK. Helping art to flourish and thrive, be it emerging artists, a market place for available work or education in the schools, it is imperative to keep all arts alive and people aware.
 
Johannah Hutchison, Executive Director of the International Sculpture Center says, "Nitka's patronage and support of contemporary art will enhance & build our board. Not only familiar with owning an art business but an experienced board member, Nitka brings years of organizational leadership to the ISC.
 
Nitka is welcomed by ISC's Board leadership members Robert Duncan (Chair) of Duncan Aviation, Doug Schatz (Secretary) of SUNY Potsdam, George Tobolowsky (Treasurer), renowned sculptor, and 19 other dedicated members of the ISC governing body, eager to champion the ISC mission, oversee ISC activities, and ensure that the organization is well-equipped to fulfill its mission.

The International Sculpture Center (ISC) is a member-supported, non-profit organization founded in 1960 to advance the creation and understanding of sculpture and its unique and vital contribution to society. ISC programming includes awards to lifetime and student sculptors and patrons and educators, ISConnects, the web site www.sculpture.org, conferences and symposia, publication of Sculpture magazine and ISC Press books, and membership services to sculptors, collectors, patrons, architects, developers, journalists, curators, historians, critics, educators, foundries, galleries, and museums-anyone with an interest in and commitment to the field of sculpture. 


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