UI seeks public input on community sculptures | Arts & Culture
The University of Idaho is asking for public input on sculptures that will be installed in the Intermodal transit Center Sculpture Garden. The results of a survey will help narrow the field down to seven or eight, with the final five being selected by UI President Chuck Staben and his wife, Dr. Mary Beth Staben.
The sculptures were created by intermediate and advance sculpture students in the College of Art and Architecture’s ART 340 class. They are currently on display along Paradise Path between 6th and College for viewing. Community members can fill out a survey to select their favorite of the 13 sculptures by clicking HERE through Thursday, May 8th.
The surveys will be used to narrow to select seven or eight finalists that will be presented to the Stabens for a final selection of five. The winners will be installed at the Moscow Intermodal Transit Center Sculpture Garden on May 13th.