Calling all sculpture-lovers, International Sculpture Day is fast approaching so you best save April 24th in your diary. Also known as ID Day, International Sculpture Day was established by the International Sculpture Centre with the aim to raise awareness and appreciation of this form of art in communities around the world.

International Sculpture Day beginnings

Back in 2015, more than 10 different countries were involved in hosting various events to celebrate this style of art. Fast-forward to 2017 and we hope that even more people from around the world will join in with the events and celebrations.

Here at Parrot Print, we appreciate and enjoy art no matter what form it’s in, from canvas prints to sculptural pieces. If you’d like to get involved with any events or activities on the day, simply read on and see what’s being hosted to celebrate International Sculpture Day…

Whether you create something at home with the family, travel across the globe, or go out to a gallery for the day, there’s plenty of activities you can get involved in on International Sculpture Day. From open studios and demonstrations to workshops and public art tours, there are plenty of IS Day events taking place. So, you're bound to find something that suits you, your budget and your taste.

Notable events


Sculpture Magazine
April 24th, 2017
Artexpo, New York

International Sculpture Centre, which publishes Sculpture Magazine, will be at the Artexpo, in New York, to celebrate International Sculpture Day. Between 11am and 12pm, in the Education Pavilion, editor of Sculpture Magazine, Glenn Harper, along with contributors, Joyce Beckenstein and Robert C. Morgan, will be giving readers an insight to what it’s like to write for the magazine. If you’re a serious sculpture lover, jet-setting to New York won’t only be just a once in a lifetime experience, but also a lovely trip away to see the sculptures this bustling city has to offer.

Outdoor Sculpture Building
Until August 29th, 2017
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield

If you want to get your little ones involved on International Sculpture Day, then you can immerse yourself in an imaginative world of sculpture making at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Work and play together with your children to build sculptures inspired by various artists from the park. Don’t forget your camera so you can capture the whole day, plus you can create canvas prints to remember the whole experience.

There’s also other sculptural workshops throughout the year if you want to enjoy this type of art all year around.

What event is taking your fancy? If you share any pictures of you celebrating International Sculpture Day please tag us at @parrotprint - we’d love to see what you get up to!