The Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation was formed in 2011 in order to generate excitement, interest and passion for the arts and to inspire and award deserving artists with exhibition opportunities, internships for college credit and education/research grants.
In furtherance of such general purposes, the Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation plans to foster innovative artistic expression and the creative process by organizing bi-annual fine art exhibitions that showcase the work of under-represented artists. For each show, the Foundation will invite a guest curator to select the artists for exhibition. Awards will be given in the form of grants and internships.
• Exhibit, loan, or sell any of the works to institutions, such as museums, art centers, foundations, parks, galleries, or schools which will show the Works making them also available or viewing and study by students, art history scholars, and the general public.
• Awarding an annual grant and/or internship to a deserving female sculptor who, within the determination of the Board of Directors, will make a difference in the world through her art or who is under-recognized, handicapped, or has suffered some hardship and exhibits promise and dedication through her art.
• Store, insure, conserve, catalog, restore, repair, copyright, and make additional variants and additions of and to otherwise maintain the works.
• Sell the Works, or books, products, additions and variations of the works, and other items relating to the Works in established galleries, museums, and art institutions with art dealers or art consultants or privately, or via e-commerce or the web, in order to cover the costs of maintaining and otherwise perpetuating the purposes of the Foundation.
• Acquire, consign, collect, exhibit, sell, promote market and exploit artworks and/or works belonging to the foundation.
• Foster innovative artistic expression and the creative process by encouraging and supporting cultural organizations that in turn, directly or indirectly support artists and their work.
• Encourage research leading to new scholarship in the field of sculpture.
• Perpetuate the understanding of the works through any media, including but not limited to, publicity, publication or reproductions of writings, drawings, paintings, sculptures or other works in the form of books, catalogues, publishing, videos, films, DVDs or CDs, or as the Board of Directors of the Foundation sees fit.