ULM Sculpture Garden is slowly disappearing


ULM Hawkeye

The ULM Sculpture Garden is an art-in-public-places venue that exhibits six large-scale sculptures and held its first exhibition in 2005. The coordinator of the garden is associate art professor Cliff Tresner.

The sculpture garden is free, open to the public and located between Spyker Theater, Biedenharn Hall and the Sound of Today Band Building.

The area includes pedestals and lighting for the six works. Lately, the sculptures have started disappearing. Where there used to be six statues, there is only one.

Pick up the next edition of the Hawkeye to learn more about what’s happening to the ULM Sculpture Garden.