Birmingham Hippodrome and Pangaea Sculptor’s Centre (PSC) have announced the shortlist for a new sculpture commission as part of the venue’s 120th birthday celebrations.
Rachael Champion, Kashif Chaudry, Matt Gale, Richard Hughes, Joanne Masding and Frances Richardson have all been shortlisted to submitted a design for a bold, new site-specific artwork to be displayed in the main foyer, where footfall exceeds half a million visitors each year.
The successful artist will be chosen in August, with the final sculpture launched in October during a special birthday celebration at the theatre, yet to be announced.
Founded in 2013, Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre (PSC) is a not-for-profit arts organisation that offers resources that bring together the production of sculpture with critical, cultural and educational programming on this art form. Providing essential opportunities, technical support and facilities, PSC supports the advancement of sculptural practice in the UK, critical engagement and innovation in this field.