CampSITE Social Sculpture Park is now inviting the submission of artwork for display inside our newest sculpture by Chris Vorhees titled Lean-To.
This new exhibition space will display a single, lease-based artwork on the interior of the sculpture. We invite submissions that are created based on concepts that align with Joseph Beuys Social Sculpture and under the belief that life is a social sculpture that everyone helps to shape.
We look for works that voice social, political, and environmental concerns. Highest priority will be given to photography, video, and light installations.
To submit, please email email@example.com with no more than five images of your proposed work accompanied by a statement about the work and about you as an artist. We will review the work at the beginning of each month until May of 2021.
Here we go! It is that magical time of year where the entire neighborhood opens their doors and lets people in to their work space. Join us on October 10 from 12 – 4pm for a campSITE full of activity. Yes let’s be social (masked and distanced of course 😷) in this sculpture park.
Come build a Glitter Rock Totem with Visionary and Voice’s artist Curtis Davis on September 14 from 6 pm – 10 pm. Remember that work you made in high school or college that for some reason you’ve carried from place to place but kinda hate? Too sentimental to let it go but also too embarrassed to give it away? COME BURN IT! We will light the fire at dusk and you can let that thing burn. Please no plastics or anything with harsh chemicals.
Join us on July 13 from 6 pm until 10 pm to celebrate the new sculptures by 18 University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Art, Architecture and Planning (DAAP) students. Camp’s Second Saturday Art Walk event which includes local vendors organized by Anh Tran and Sidney Hilly of Look Collab. Joe Girandola’s wood fired oven will offer pizzas and drinks are sponsored by Rhinegheist. Activities by Visionaries and Voices and music provided by DJ Paloma. We are excited to have Popped Art to park their mobile museum next to the Archive of Creative Culture’s moving museum.