Our third and final Music @ Franconia event of 2018 is coming up THIS Saturday, August 25th from 2 to 6pm! Starting off the afternoon in our artist-designed Earthen Amphitheater will be Superior Siren, an all-female band from Duluth bringing eerie folk sounds from the shores of Lake Superior, and Dakota poet and performer Strong Buffalo, Headlining the event will be […]

On July 21st, Franconia Sculpture Park had the utmost pleasure of letting loose with Lady Lark, a Minneapolis artist reviving a sound that echoes 20 years of pop, soul, and funk music. 89.3 The Current has called her “a pop/soul star to be” with “that 90’s R&B heat.” Taylor Harris, also known as Lady Lark, […]

  While April blizzards this year caused a bit of a delay for our Spring Intern Artists, they were hardly fazed and have hit the muddy ground running on their individual sculptures and daily park work. Meet Ila Krishnamoorthy (NJ), Martin Gonzales (MN), Ella Snow (NC), and Nathan Kim (NYC) and be sure to see […]

This spring, FSP alumni (intern artist 2012) Dane Winkler returned as an Open Studio Fellow to build his newest sculpture, Fannie Salter Salute. The entire construction and installation of the structure, circular staircase, roof was completed in exactly one month. Even before settling into the residence house, Dane drove straight to the workpad to unload his lumber […]

Join us Saturday, June 23rd, from 2 to 6 pm as Franconia Sculpture Park kicks off our sixth annual Music @ Franconia series with an afternoon of bluegrass talent! Enjoy an afternoon of song, dance, and sculpture with headliners Monroe Crossing and the Houdeks opening in our artist-designed Earthen Amphitheater. Visit Mary Johnson’s famous Lizard Lounge […]

At the end of the trail through the forested exhibition area of Franconia Sculpture Park, you will find a new sculpture resembling a chicken coop with a few surprises caged inside. 2017 Open Studio Fellow Neal Cuthbert joined us at the park last fall to create Barn Find, a new sculpture combining four generations of Neal’s family, […]

“Iron casting has melted who I thought I was, and has molded me into who I have become.” -Tamsie Ringler   Welcome to part two of our 2018 Valentine’s Day Hot Metal blog feature! This week we’re focusing on Life as a Professional Artist Working in Cast Iron, or what I might also refer to as […]