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The Sculpture on Campus Program

The Sculpture on Campus Program allows 12 students per year to design and install outdoor sculpture throughout the campus. Students receive a stipend and the benefit of proposing, designing, and installing major sculptural works that are on view for a full year. Thanks to a generous grant from the Gateway Foundation, S.o.C. has been able to invite guest jurors and award cash prizes. In 2004, Luis Jiminez served as our first guest juror. The guest jurors award student prizes of $1000 for Best Sculpture, $500 for second place, and $250 for third place. Awards are announced at the Sculpture on Campus banquet after the Fall Sculpture Walk.

[IMAGE: Nathan Miller 2007]

In Memory of Nathan Miller, 1983-2009

Nathan Miller was a Sculpture student and earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from SIUE in Spring 2008. He was the recipient of the Thomas D. Gipe Sculpture Award in Spring 2007. Nathan participated in the 2007-2008 Sculpture on Campus competition with his work, "Untitled". An award was given out in his honor at the 2009-2010 competition.

2010-2011 Sculpture on Campus Competition

Student Sculptors: Lucas Coffin, Emily Dunlap, Rebecca Grant, Michael Martinez, Tara Morton, Manda Remmen, Kathryn Roberts, Scott Ross, Julia Whitney, and Joshua Unick.

Guest Juror: Edward Mayer, internationally known sculptor.

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[IMAGE: Scott Ross]
Scott Ross
Winner: Luis Jimenez Grand Prize

[IMAGE: Tara Morton]
Tara Morton
Winner: Second Place

[IMAGE: Emily Dunlap]
Emily Dunlap
Winner: Third Place

[IMAGE: Manda Remmen]
Manda Remmen
Winner: Third Place

[IMAGE: Michael Martinez]
Michael Martinez
Winner: Nathan Miller Award

[IMAGE: Lucas Coffin]
Lucas Coffin

Rebecca Grant

[IMAGE: Kathryn Roberts]
Kathryn Roberts

[IMAGE: Joshua Unick]
Joshua Unick

Julia Whitney

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