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A banana's sculpture at Pima's East Campus

Sculpture on Campus

Pima's Sculpture on Campus program provides an exciting opportunity for artists to present their contemporary outdoor sculptures to the public in a beautiful, educational setting.

Artists are given the opportunity to exhibit their art to the general public in a partnership that turns East Campus into an open access gallery and extension of the artist’s studio. Each artist has a unique process to create and showcase their art. 

Call for Public Sculpture

Pima Community College announces its 2024 Sculpture-On-Campus, a public exhibition opportunity for Arizona artists who create large-scale, three-dimensional work for the outdoors.

The 2024 Call to Artists will close February 2, 2024 at 4:45 p.m. and selected artists will be notified by April 14, 2024. The public reception for artists and the public is planned for October 25, 2024 with installation between August 12 and September 27, 2024.

For more information on the criteria and procedure, please read our Call for Public Sculpture Information.

This venue for viewing and appreciating public sculpture enriches student, faculty and staff cultural life and is also an established and valuable art resource for Tucson’s East Side residents. 

Check out highlights of the Sculpture on Campus program:

Each piece selected for this loaned sculpture program is displayed on the campus and is protected by insurance provided by the College. The program began in 2004 and is based on East Campus, 8181 E. Irvington Road.

Sculpture Showcase

Joan Waters' Totem sculpture

Enjoy examples of some of the artwork that have been showcased in Sculpture on Campus.


The Sculpture on Campus brochure (PDF) includes photographs of each of the sculptures and a map of their locations at East Campus. 

The Sculpture on Campus Artists brochure (PDF) contains information about each of the sculptures.

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