The Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust to host a donor thank you reception

The Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust (HOST) will host a donor thank you reception to introduce next steps such as planned Bancroft Carriage House ‘Sculptor in Residence’ program.

The Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust (HOST), a donor-funded regional outdoor sculpture showcase in Haddonfield will host a donor thank you reception to introduce next steps such as planned Bancroft Carriage House ‘Sculptor in Residence’ program, in cooperation with Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and Rutgers University-Camden Department of Fine Arts, as well as opportunity to meet the artists, including:

  • Miguel Antonio Horn, sculptor who created “Uno,” installed June 2013 at intersection of Haddon Avenue, Mechanic Street, and Clement Street. The mixed-media sculpture combines classical and modern forms and is a permanent gift to the Borough by the Stainrook Foundation.
  • Joshua Koffman, sculptor of the steel “Europa,” installed in May 2016 at the entrance of the building on the SW corner of Kings Highway and Chestnut Street, depicts a young woman astride a bull, based on the iconic myth associated with the birth of Europe.
  • M.L. Duffy, sculptor of newest HOST installation, Low-Poly Open Heart, three-dimensional aluminum diamond plate metal, installed March 2018 at 115 Kings Highway East.

Please join us at the Republic Bank at Kings Highway and Chestnut Streets in Haddonfield on Tuesday, May 22 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The venue is a block from PATCO Haddonfield station. Public Parking is available off of Chestnut Street.