Pacific Rim Sculptors in partnership with Siskiyou Arts Museum presents “Forms & Sequences”, a juried exhibition of contemporary sculpture by artists living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.

Sculpture has form, but that form often evolves over time in a sequence of shapes and ideas. Sometimes the sculptor captures that sequence within a single form, or creates a sequence of forms as an aggregate piece. Participating artists are asked to consider loosely, how “Forms & Sequences” relates to their work and forefront that in this juried show of contemporary sculpture. Sculptors may choose to focus on either, forms or sequences, or both.

PRS is honored to have juror, Phil Linhares, retired Chief Curator of Art at the Oakland Museum of California. Phil served 43 years as a curator in the San Francisco Bay Area: Director of Exhibitions at the San Francisco Art Institute, 1967-77; Director of the Mills College Art Gallery (now museum), 1978-1989, Oakland Museum 1990-2011. He continues to organize occasional exhibitions for local non-profit galleries, the most recent a solo exhibition of the work of painter Hung Liu at the Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, California.

The exhibition venue is located in the heart of downtown Dunsmuir, California within view of the amazing Mt. Shasta. It is off the well-traveled Interstate 5 thoroughfare from California to Oregon. The Siskiyou Arts Museum strives to enrich the lives of artists, residents and visitors to Siskiyou County through exhibition, sale and interpretation of the visual, literary and performing arts by presenting programs and events that will educate, strengthen, serve and sustain our community. Pacific Rim Sculptors ( is one of three Chapters of the International Sculpture Center (, publishers of Sculpture magazine.


Call for entries: Pacific Rim Sculptors member click here.

Sculpture in any media, free-standing, pedestal, wall-mounted, suspended (for this option, must be extremely light, under 3 lbs.), electronic, small installations, etc. Send your questions regarding installation or suspended pieces contact Leitha at
Work must be able to fit through a 44” door. Maximum space size per artwork 3’ x 4’ footprint, ceiling height 12'. Artist must be present to assist with complicated installation/de-installation in the designated space. Work must be available for purchase.


    •    May 15, 2018 - Deadline for Artist submissions - Tue
    •    June 1, 2018 - Artists notified of Juror's selections - Fri
    •    Aug 7-8, 2018, - Delivery & installation - Tue - Fri
    •    Aug 11, 2018, 5-7pm - Opening Reception - Sat
    •    Oct 6, 2018 - Exhibition ends - Sat
    •    Oct 7, 2018 - De-installation - Sun

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