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Due to unforeseen circumstances, all members of the Pima Community College (PCC) Governing Board will be attending the Board's March 8, 2023, Regular Meeting remotely. At the discretion of the Board Chair, PCC administrators and others making scheduled presentations to the Board may also be appearing remotely. Tonight's meeting will otherwise be conducted in a hybrid format as previously noticed, and members of the public may still attend in person at PCC's District Office, room C-105. During the "Public Comment-Call to the Audience" portion of tonight's meeting, public comments may still be made either remotely or in person. PCC staff will be on-site in room C-105 to assist members of the public attending in person who wish to address comments to the Board.

PCC Sculpture-On-Campus Virtual Reception and Artist Talk Oct. 29

Tucson, AZ – Pima Community College proudly announces the opening of Sculpture-On-Campus 2020 with a virtual celebration and artists talk on Thursday, October 29 at noon.

  • What: Sculpture-On-Campus Opening Reception
  • Where:East Campus, 8181 E. Irvington Road, Library Courtyard
  • When: Noon, Thursday, October 29, 2020
  • Details:
    • Media welcome at the opening reception but are asked to contact Libby Howell beforehand.
    • Public can view the event at the PCC TVSTREAM YouTube page.
    • A preview of this public art program is available online
    • Mike Stack, Art Faculty at East Campus and founding coordinator of Sculpture-On-Campus, will be available to provide media with informational tours.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sculpture-On-Campus Opening Reception and Artists Talk will be streamed live via YouTube to allow virtual visitors a chance to view the newly installed sculptures and meet the artists: Piper Bast, Carlton Bradford, Jorge Caballero and Ivan Castro, Kevin Caron, Olivier Mosset, Willie Ray Parish and Joan Waters.

Pima’s Sculpture-On-Campus began in 2004 to provide an exciting opportunity for artists to present their latest contemporary outdoor sculpture to the community. On view are 23 sculptures chosen to inspire academic and creative discourse inherent to campus life.

For more information on the Sculpture-On-Campus program, go to

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