- most recent exhibition works
Sculpturescape is an outdoor sculpture biennial at Colorado State University. Significant public works of sculpture from regional and national artists are placed on campus for the aesthetic and educational benefit of students, faculty, staff and guests of the University. This competitive sculpture exhibition, begun in 1998, is designed to demonstrate the value public art can have in our daily lives. The Sculpturescape program typically installs new artwork on campus every two years, adding to a sense of place, and thereby enriching and expanding the on-campus experience.
Public art has practical applications beyond the aesthetic and educational benefits it brings to the campus. It is an important part of Colorado State's master plan to make the university more pedestrian-oriented. Sculpturescape allows students, faculty, staff, and guests of the University to view changing artworks when they choose to walk or bicycle across the campus.
The Fourth Biennial Sculpturescape Exhibition has recently completed. The various works included, as well as those from previous exhibitions, can be viewed and explored by browsing this site. The Arts Display Committee (ADC) is tasked with placing the pieces during an exhibition. No student fees are used for the installation or purchase of Sculpturescape artwork.