This exhibition features highlights from the University’s sculpture collections. It includes free-standing and wall-based constructions as well as preparatory drawings, sketch-books and photographic documentation of sculptures that no longer exist. Many are by students at Duncan of Jordanstone College (including notable graduates such as David Mach and Calum Colvin) but there are also works here by acclaimed professional sculptors - from Victorian masters such as Sir John Steell to modern artists like Bill Scott, Will Maclean and Sarah Lucas.
The following artists are represented in the exhibition:
Charles Bargue, Anne Brady, Kate Budd, Fred Bushe, Marian Campbell, Michel Chateau, Doug Cocker, Calum Colvin, Claire Craig, Matthew Dalziel, John Davidson, Lois Dewar, Cassia Dodman, Donatello, Harvey Duke, Clare Fagandine, Mateusz Fahrenholz, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Gareth Fisher, Dawn Gavin, Elizabeth Ann Gibson, Nick Gillon, Trevor Gordon, Emily Harding, Christine Harle, Stephanie Harvey, Neil Hedger, Duncan Herd, Pete Horobin, Richard Hughes, Raluca Iancu, Molly Jacob, Debbie Lawson, Joseph Lee, Michael Lennon, Li Lan Lan, Sarah Lucas, David Mach, Will Maclean, Seona Mason, Lorraine Matheson, John McCallum, Brian McCann, D C McClelland, C McDonald, Elizabeth McFall, Lauren Millar, Angus Miller, Ron Mueck, Steve Niblock, Avril Nicoll, Gillian Nicoll, Jacqui Nixon, Allan Paris, Joel Peers, Enzo Plazzotta, Emma Pratt, Lucy Proctor, Nicolina Rea, Andrew Reid, Jonathan Renton, James Ritchie, Arran Ross, Bill Scott, Karen Skopa, John Steell, Andy Stenhouse, Fred Stiven, Scott Sutherland, Lynn Marie Szpak, Kay Thomson, Emma Turnbull, Jane Walker, Laura Walker, Aeneas Wilder, Alan Woods, Ainslie Yule, Toby Ziegler
There are many more sculptures to be seen around the University. Here are some of the highlights:
Tuesday 19 April at 5.30pm - Curator Matthew Jarron will give an informal guided tour of the exhibition and talk about some of the pieces on display.
Saturday 23 April at 3pm - starting in the exhibition we'll then head out on a guided walk to look at some of the sculptures and other works of public art that can be seen in the area around the university, the city centre and the waterfront.
Both events are free and there’s no need to book – just meet in the gallery.