The Sculpture Gym is a makerspace for sculptors. Photo via Canary Promotions.
The Sculpture Gym will receive $25,000 from the Knight Arts Foundation to expand its classes and workshops, according to a release.
The Sculpture Gym was one of 19 art organizations that won a total of $780,000 in Knight Arts grants.
Another tech-relevant win includes The Chemical Heritage Foundation, which won $60,000 to “explore the relationship between urban life and public health through a 2013 public art project called “Particle Falls” in Center City. Created by digital media artist Andrea Polli, the piece consisted of a 60-foot video projection, on the facade of The Wilma Theater, of real-time air quality data that dramatically visualized the largely unseen matter existing in polluted air.”
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