Promoting | Protecting | Preserving our public monuments and sculpture
 

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The PMSA aims to heighten public appreciation of Britain's public sculpture, and to contribute to its preservation, protection and promotion.

 
 
 
 
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National Recording Project

In partnership with ArtUK, the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association have embarked upon a three year project to record the UKs national three dimensional treasures

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Protecting our cultural assets

An upcoming project in conjunction with the University of Hertfordshire will the de-installation, conservation and re-siting of the University of Hertfordshire’s Barbara Hepworth sculpture Vertical Forms.

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Celebrating our heritage

First published by the PMSA in September 1997, the Sculpture Journal is published by Liverpool University Press on behalf of PMSA. It is Britain's foremost scholarly journal devoted to sculpture in all its aspects. The Journal provides a keen critical overview, a sound historical base, and an international forum for writers and scholars in the field of post-classical sculpture and public commemorative monuments in the Western tradition to the present. While being relatively academic and traditional, the Journal encourages contributions of fresh research from new names in the field. It is published twice annually.

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Promoting new work

The PMSA Awards acknowledge and commend excellence, increase awareness and discussion of public sculpture and fountains, and celebrate new work that demonstrates originality, aesthetic quality and sensitivity to its site. The conservation award commends craft and professional skills, reflecting a core activity of the PMSA and an essential aspect of guardianship.

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