National Sculpture Society

Cultural Center in The Midtown area

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National Sculpture Society is the oldest organization of professional sculptors in the United States. Leading U.S. sculptors and architects founded the NSS in the nineteenth century to "spread the knowledge of good sculpture". Today, NSS continues to encourage excellence in sculpture throughout the United States, to which end its programs are directed. Regular meetings, gala weekends, educational programs and exhibitions bring artists together for conversation and networking. NSS publications, Sculpture Review and the NSS News Bulletin, keep members and friends of sculpture abreast of the latest developments.

The Society runs many programs dedicated to encouraging good sculpture, and to educating young artists in this medium. Scholarships, competitions, and opportunities to exhibit works in New York and elsewhere are a few of the ways the Society reaches out to the next generation of sculptors. The Society is a not-for profit organization with a membership numbering over 4000, in this country and abroad.

With headquarters in the spectacular Park Avenue Atrium Building in midtown Manhattan, NSS sponsors a rotating series of sculpture exhibitions in the towering 25 story tall space just outside their offices. These shows are made possible by a corporate arts partnership between the NSS and Monday Properties, owners of the building. In addition, NSS exhibitions travel to other locations across the country. All exhibitions are open to the public free of charge.

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Opening hours

From 8:00 to 18:00
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays




Address: 237 Park Ave., Ground Fl., New York, NY 10017
Phone: 212-764-5645

Between 45th and 46th St. Subway: 4/5/6/7/S to 42nd Street Grand Central

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