The Grounds for Sculpture is a unique park and outdoor museum dedicated to promoting contemporary sculpture.

Date:               Saturday, April 13, 2013
Time:              11:00AM

Place:              Grounds for Sculpture, 126 Sculptors Way, Hamilton, NJ

The Grounds for Sculpture
is a unique thirty-five acre park/outdoor museum dedicated to promoting an understanding of and appreciation for contemporary sculpture.

The venue was founded in 1992 by John Seward Johnson II and currently has over two hundred forty large-scale contemporary sculptures on display created by renowned and emerging American and international artists.  The park's outdoor collection typically grows by fifteen sculptures annually.  Outdoor works are selected to augment indoor exhibitions, add new artists to the sculpture park, and complement the landscaped environment.  You can learn more about this organization at 

Participants will meet just inside the entrance to the Grounds for Sculpture on Saturday, April 13th at 11:00AM and enjoy a tour led by one of the museum's docents.  This tour will last approximately ninety minutes.  Afterwards, participants have the option to enjoy a leisurely lunch with fellow Harvard alumni at the cafe located on the property beginning at approximately 1:00PM.

There is no fee for this event.  However, if you plan to attend, please register by "purchasing" a ticket (at no cost to you) by clicking on the link appearing below.  Individuals will be responsible for admission to the park and lunch afterwards.


Organizer:      Arianna Kassof and Mike McLaughlin

Cost:               No cost to register.  Individuals will be responsible for admission

                        to the park ($12 for the general public) and lunch afterwards.

Click here to buy tickets!!!