The First International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition
September 10 – October 23
The exhibition is comprised of sculptures small enough to fit into a shoebox. Juried by internationally acclaimed sculptors, Marisol of New York and Morio Shinoda of Tokyo, the exhibition contains 57 pieces represented include Japan, Korea, Canada, Brazil, Switzerland, Italy and the United States.
Jurors selected 38 works from the 362 entries. 17 sculptors were invited to participate and both jurors will be represented by one sculpture each.
The First International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition is organized and administered by the University of Hawaii Art Gallery and the University of Hawaii Foundation. The exhibition is supported by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, and the Hawaii State Foundation of culture and the Arts by funds from Partners and the Contemporary Arts Center of Hawaii.