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ISC Chapters & Groups

Pacific Rim Sculptors Group at Oliver Ranch.


ISC Chapters and Affiliated Sculptor Groups are recognized by the ISC as collectives that promote the awareness and understanding of sculpture through artist exposure and special events.

Chapters are groups of sculptors and sculpture enthusiasts, located in specific geographic areas, who serve as a local voice for the ISC. Chapters provide opportunities such as local exhibitions, networking, and sculpture resources for like-minded individuals to engage and collaborate. The ISC lends generous support to its Chapter groups by providing discounts ISC membership to Chapter members, dedicated space on the ISC’s website, opportunities to market Chapter events & exhibitions through the ISC, and much more.

Boston Sculptors Gallery

Boston Sculptors Gallery was founded to remedy a distinct lack of opportunities in the region for showcasing sculpture.

A group of 18 sculpture friends and colleagues banded together, pooled their resources and charted their vision that sculpture could and should be championed locally. Boston Sculptors Gallery has provided the platform for its artists to develop, grow, and expand their work.

Exhibitions at Boston Sculptors Gallery often spawn opportunities beyond our gallery walls.

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BSG Street View

Chicago Sculpture International

Chicago Sculpture International (CSI) includes over 200 local, national, and international members. Each year, CSI organizes numerous indoor and outdoor exhibitions showcasing contemporary sculpture in Chicago’s most vibrant scenes, including Navy Pier, EXPO Chicago, Lincoln Park Zoo, the Elks National Memorial and various art centers, colleges and universities.

In collaboration with the Chicago Park District, CSI is proud to bring sculpture to prominent parks and conservatories throughout the city, as well as participate in the now-famous Chicago Tree Project, which gives dying trees a second chance at life as public sculptures.

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CSI Member, Terrence Karpowicz’s "Pinky" (Petite Passe)

Pacific Rim Sculptors

Pacific Rim Sculptors (PRS) was founded on the beliefs that cultural vitality and artistic diversity contribute to a healthy society. The organization aims to increase public awareness of sculpture by promoting public and private exhibits, and through education and outreach programs.

The group encourages artistic diversity and excellence by providing a community for artists to meet, show their work, exchange ideas and address issues of common concern. Its member opportunities and resources are intended to encourage the development of all sculptors. Pacific Rim Sculptors (PRS) has members in the San Francisco Bay Area, along the West Coast and elsewhere.

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PRS Member Charles Splady

Texas Sculpture Group

The Texas Sculpture Group (TSG) is a non-profit organization formed for the purposes of promoting contemporary sculpture as an art form, educating the public regarding the aesthetics of sculpture, and promoting and supporting sculptors.

The organization’s goal is to establish or renew the identification and camaraderie among those who make, collect, research, or simply enjoy contemporary sculpture in Texas. With 118 current members, our ongoing program of networking, discussion, web presence, publication and exhibition seeks to expand the audience for this art form within and beyond the region.

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TSG Members at member exhibition

Sculptor Groups

Sculptor Groups are member supported organizations who promote working sculptors and the field of sculpture through exhibitions, member services, educational outreach, and other sculpture related special events.

The ISC recognizes the important contribution of these groups to contemporary sculpture. To find a local group or learn more about the services provided, search the ISC’s comprehensive Sculptor Group directory.

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Washington Sculptors; Group Member: Maria Ponkka-Carpenter, Raspberry


Chapters are groups of sculptors and sculpture enthusiasts, located in specific geographic areas, who serve as a local voice for the ISC.

Chapter groups provide opportunities such as local exhibitions, networking, and sculpture resources for like-minded individuals to engage and collaborate.

Email membership@sculpture.org to find out if your organization is eligible and/ or how to join as a chapter group.

SC Chapters are featured on this page, to find out more about becoming an ISC chapter, contact Membership@sculpture.org To be listed on our Free Resource Directory, Sign up here.

Using the search feature at the top of this page, you may search Chapters and Sculptor Groups in our directory by geographic location (country, state/province or city).

To be included in the search results you must be a current ISC member who has made their profile visible to the community. In the about section of your profile, be sure to select “Sculptor Group” as your preferred listing type from the Resource Directory Listing field. For assistance in completing these steps, please contact portfolio@sculpture.org.

If you require assistance in searching our directory for an ISC Chapter or Sculptor Group please contact portfolio@sculpture.org so we may assist you in your search.