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Monarch Sculpture Park

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8431 Waldrick Road SE
Olympia, WA 98576

Phone:
360-264-2408
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Type:
Art Gallery-Museum

Description

Monarch Contemporary Art Center is an 80 acre public sculpture park and a center for the visual arts. Classes, workshops, and international sculpting and ceramic symposia are held at the Center. When funds are available, scholarships and residency grants are offered to gifted young artists and professionals so that they may attend events or use the facilities at the Center.

Our Mission is to foster the creation and the presentation of sculpture by the emerging and the professional sculptor. Personal growth, experimentation, and exploration are encouraged.

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Amenities:
Modern Restrooms
Visitor Center
Picnic Area(s)

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