Outdoor Sculpture Competition

New Hope Arts’ January Exhibition Features New Designs for the PNC Arts Alive Sculpture Project - rescheduled events

Outdoor Sculpture in New Hope, Then and Now  -a visual history Saturday February 4 at 4 pm

Gallery Hours

Friday, Saturday and Sunday  Noon to 5 pm.

All events are open to the public free of charge.

Vote for your favorite design in the gallery or online by February 7th


The Exhibition which coincides with the Lambertville –New Hope Winter Festival offers more than 35 new concepts for outdoor installations and provides an opportunity for viewers to vote on their favorite works. Selected works will be installed in the Spring of 2016 as a part of The PNC Arts Alive Outdoor Sculpture Project, a free and accessible public art display creating an artistic gateway into the Borough of New Hope, PA.

Also on display are entries from the Outdoor Sculpture Photo Contest 2015 featuring on- the-spot images of the sculptures being enjoyed by New Hope visitors and community members – from elementary and high school students to professional artists. The variety is interesting and imaginative and reiterates our mission to bring art to the public in an engaging format.

New Hope Arts received a grant of $25,000 from PNC Arts Alive, a multi-year, multi-million dollar grant initiative from The PNC Foundation in June 2015..  This prestigious grant funds the PNC Arts Alive Outdoor Sculpture Project through 2016. As the first presentation for this year, New Hope Arts invites the community to view the sculpture design exhibition and participate in the selection of new works.

Presently, the Outdoor Sculpture Project consists of 12 sculptures.  Begun by New Hope Arts, in 2003, the organization continues its sculpture mission with the generous support of The PNC Foundation.  Under the PNC Arts Alive umbrella, the program has expanded to include four new pieces through summer and fall of 2015.



For more information:

215-862-9606    info@newhopearts.org

 Also view updated information on our Website


and our dedicated website for the Project