We are pleased to present the CampSITE Sculpture Park located at 2868 Colerain Avenue in the urban environment of Camp Washington neighborhood of Cincinnati Ohio. This outdoor, social sculpture park currently includes works by artists Matt Lynch, Rick Wolhoy, Chris Vorhees, Alyssa Weber, Jamie Payne, Sean Mullaney, Anna Peterson and Edward Sanchez.

CampSITE is a social sculpture park that aligns with Joseph Beuys belief that every human being is an artist.The sculptures change on a rolling basis, inviting artists and non-artist to gather, present ideas, and activate space through activities and collaborations. The sculpture park is free and open to the public with announced gatherings taking place on the second Saturday of each month from May through October. We look forward to participating in Camp Washington’s Made in Camp event on October 12, 2019. 

“Social sculpting takes hold of not just physical, but also mental, psychic and spiritual matter. The raw materials of social sculpture are the ways we think, feel, perceive, speak, listen to and talk with each other.

Whatever we bring into the world begins as a thought, an imagining or an intention before it materialises…

Thus, the primary aim of social sculpture is not to bring objects into the world, but rather to reshape the deformations of our society into forms that can really be considered humane and in the interest of the common good.” 

-Hildegard Kurt, Cultural researcher and author

Currently undergoing a renaissance, Camp Washington is home to artists and galleries such as Mark DeJong’s Swing House, Wave Pool Contemporary Art Center, Art Dept., Hudson Jones Gallery, Gallery Askew plus Artist Studios, and creative fabricators such as Brush Factory, Modularium Casting Arts and Technologies, and BaserMatters. Museums include the American Sign Museum and Archive of Creative Culture. 

Want to set up a booth? Contact Anh Tran at anhtran0804@me.com

Want more information? Contact Sean Mullaney at Info@campsitesculpturepark.com

Want to become a sponsor? Contact Lacey Haslam at lacey@archive-project.com