Start seeing scuplture: A conversation with John Hock

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John Hock is the founding Director of Franconia Sculpture Park near Taylor’s Falls. Originally from the East Coast, he also founded the City of Poughkeepsie Sculpture Park in New York, and St. Paul’s Western Sculpture Park for Public Art St. Paul. A sculptor himself, he is passionate about the medium and yes, he also created those “Start Seeing Sculpture” bumper stickers!

Su-Chen Hung is a San Francisco-based, Taiwanese conceptual installation artist who incorporates themes of multi-culturism and the environment in her art. She is a visiting fellow at Franconia Sculpture Park, and will install her work in late July.

Hear the “interview”:http://www.mnartists.org/uploads/news/e2d01154e91f68c03c12edbda4220608/e2d01154e91f68c03c12edbda4220608.mp3
John Hock is the founding Director of Franconia Sculpture Park near Taylor’s Falls. Originally from the East Coast, he also founded the City of Poughkeepsie Sculpture Park in New York, and St. Paul’s Western Sculpture Park for Public Art St. Paul. A sculptor himself, he is passionate about the medium and yes, he also created those “Start Seeing Sculpture” bumper stickers!

Su-Chen Hung is a San Francisco-based, Taiwanese conceptual installation artist who incorporates themes of multi-culturism and the environment in her art. She is a visiting fellow at Franconia Sculpture Park, and will install her work in late July.

Hear the “interview”:http://www.mnartists.org/uploads/news/e2d01154e91f68c03c12edbda4220608/e2d01154e91f68c03c12edbda4220608.mp3

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