Did you know registration was EXTENDED!

Registration was extended and there are still a few spots left!

Hotels, Flights, and Optional Tours are only available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Register Now: You won’t want to miss the highly anticipated Keynote Address by acclaimed sculptor Bernar Venet, whose own work has been commissioned and will be on display at Gibbs Farm, a highlighted tour during the symposium. This presentation will be accompanied by other accomplished and respected speakers in the field such as: Jack Becker, Chris Booth, Diana Campbell, David Cross, Hideake Fukutake, Sue Gardiner, Alan Gibbs, David Handley, Sophie Jarram, Noel Lane, Carole Anne Meehan, Danae Mossman, Neil Plimmer, Andrew Rogers, and Chris Saines, with more speakers to be announced.

To keep up-to-date on Keynotes and Panel Topics, visit: http://www.sculpture.org/nz2013

Bernar Venet, 88.5° ARC x 8, 2012, Gibbs Farm

For any last minute info on your hotel stay and travel arrangements, visit our travel page. For further assistance in planning your trip and any additional New Zealand travel after the Symposium, you are welcome to contact the ISC’s local New Zealand travel liaison, Jude Earles. She will be happy to help you make additional travel plans throughout New Zealand. Jude can be reached at meet@corporatevenues.co.nz or by phone at (+64) 021 1650355.

For more information about the 2013 International Sculpture Symposium: International Dialogue, Or to register, please go to www.sculpture.org/nz2013/.

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