Each year the Sculpture Center invites early career artists of the greater Ohio region (Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, western Pennsylvania, western New York, or Ontario, Canada by birth, residency, or education, but need not be currently residing in the area) whose practice includes sculpture, installation, mixed and expanded media, relational aesthetics, and performance to apply for inclusion in its annual Revealed Early Career Artist Series. Revealed awards artists in the first ten years of their career the opportunity to create work for a solo show.
Revealed is a funded exhibition. An artist stipend will be provided in addition to gallery support.
This keystone program of The Sculpture Center, now in its fifteenth year, fosters and promotes the careers of exceptional sculptors during the first ten years of their profession. Four to six artists are selected annually by a diverse Exhibition Committee for one-person, full gallery exhibitions of new work in either a 1000 square feet white wall space or a 750 square feet exposed brick space.
As part of our commitment to racial equity and inclusion, candidates of Black, Indigenous and BIPOC communities are encouraged to apply. We believe in equitable or fair representation of people of different genders and welcome LGBTQ+ applicants.
Click the link above to watch a tour of the Main Gallery when it hosted Revealed Artist Jennifer Kirkpatrick’s “Transient Connections,” or the video below to see the Euclid Gallery when it hosted Revealed Artist Kylie Ford’s “Passing Through.”
Video courtesy of Jacob Koestler.
Emily Duke, installation and detail from “Careless Water,” Revealed 2021, images by the artist
Nate Ricciuto, “Sitting Flesh,” Revealed 2020, top image by Jacob Koestler, bottom image by Stuart Pearl
Lisa Walcott “Sink In,” 2020, images by Jacob Koestler
Zac Weinberg, “The Lampshade Variations,” 2018, images by Jacob Koestler