Chicago Sculpture International and The Chicago Park District announce a new Chicago Tree Project installation in Lincoln Park. Chicago Sculpture International member artists Janet Austin and Emily Moorhead-Wallace are collaborating with the Chicago Park District on a pollinator support tree sculpture. Chicago, IL (October 28, 2021) – This month artists Janet Austin and Emily Moorhead-Wallace reveal their completed tree habitat sculpture, Nestful, located across from the Farm-in-the-Zoo in Lincoln Park. The sculpture is supported by the Chicago Park District and artist group Chicago Sculpture International in their collaborative venture, the Chicago Tree Project. Reclaimed and scrap material from the artists’…
Moorhead-Wallace to exhibit her design proposal for the Springer School & Center’s Artist in Residence sculpture. Garden Respite: Water Collection Awning, Pen on paper, 11 3⁄4 x 7 1⁄2 inches is part of the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance’s Interdisciplinary Sculpture Conference exhibition “From the Rejected Files”. The work will be on display September 13th – October 23rd, 2021. Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park1763 Hamilton Cleves Road,Hamilton Ohio 45013
Chicago artist and Springer School and Center alumna Emily Moorhead-Wallace spent two weeks with students teaching them how to make wood cut prints and also using the original carved wood to create an outdoor bench for the on-campus student garden. All students learned with Emily during their art classes and a smaller group of eight-graders worked on the collaborative outdoor sculpture bench. Both the prints on paper and the bench are part of Springer’s permanent art collection. 3-D sculptor visits Springer as Artist in Residence Jul 03, 2021 – The Cincinnati Enquirer (Ohio) Board and Executive Moves Chicago artist Emily Moorhead-Wallace spent…
This April Moorhead-Wallace will create a site specific outdoor sculpture with Springer School & Center’s middle school students . The two week residency will focus on the school’s outdoor classroom. See below link for more information about the Cincinnati, Ohio based school. https://www.springer-ld.org/ Check back next month for more details!
The digital inauguration of my pollinator habitat sculpture, “Meg Chilidae, Prairie Sanctuary” is now live. Check out the video, photos, and native bee information at the link below! Meg Chilidae, Prairie Sanctuary: online opening
Saturday April 25th, artists Janet Austin and Emily Moorhead-Wallace are hosting a digital reveal of their completed pollinator habitat sculpture, Meg Chilidae, Prairie Sanctuary. Click Here to enter digital opening! Through an online opening reception of video and photography, Emily and Janet will share details about the sculpture and how to support native pollinators. This event coincides with the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day and subsequent celebrations from The Evanston Ecology Center as well as International Sculpture Day sponsored by The International Sculpture Center in Hamilton, New Jersey.
Reporter Sammi Boas highlights our upcoming Community Build program on March 7th in the Daily Northwestern newspaper. See full story below. https://dailynorthwestern.com/2020/03/03/city/artists-build-pollinator-habitat-sculpture/
We’re happy to announce the sculpture is well underway! Check out our latest fabrication images below.
In celebration of spring build pollinator nests for the new Evanston Ecology Center pollinator habitat sculpture. Drop in for half an hour or more to help construct nesting boxes and blocks. Workshop will be lead by artist Janet Austin, Emily Moorhead-Wallace and other Chicago Sculpture International artists. March 7th, 1-5pm, Open House hours 2024 McCormick Blvd, Evanston 60201 Phone: (847) 448-8256 For more information visit the Evanston Ecology Center programs page