Sculpt Siouxland 2015

This 11th Sculpt Siouxland exhibition comes at an exciting time in the growth of public sculptures in downtown Sioux City. With 19 sculptures on permanent display and another 9 that are on display through June 2016, Sculpt Siouxland provides many great choices as you stroll through the downtown looking for your favorite.

Sculpt Siouxland, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization of community leaders who are dedicated to engaging and educating the public on the potential of art in public spaces. Working with the support of area businesses, organizations, and individuals, Sculpt Siouxland brings sculptures from throughout the upper Midwest to Sioux City.

For the last four years, Sculpt Siouxland, Inc. and the Sioux City Art Center have worked as partners on this project. The goal has been to allow Sculpt Siouxland, Inc. to dedicate itself to raising funds for the project while allowing the Art Center to oversee the artistic and administrative duties. The result of this partnership is an increase in the number, scale, and quality of the sculptures brought, in some cases permanently, to the streets of Sioux City.

2015-16 Sculpt Siouxland map.pdf

After a Knights Meal Cigar

Circle Totem


Family Unit



Just Between Us

Let's Go

Circle of Life


El Toro - Angry Bull

Goddess of the Grapes

Hang Your Hat 3



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