Sculptors Society of Canada

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The Sculptors Society of Canada (SSC) promotes and exhibits contemporary Canadian sculpture.

Founded by Canadian sculptors Frances Loring, Florence Wyle, Elizabeth Wyn Wood, Wood's teacher and husband Emanuel Hahn, Henri Hébert and Alfred Laliberté,[1] the Sculptors Society of Canada has been exhibiting sculpture in Canada since 1928, particularly in Montreal, Quebec, Ottawa, Ontario and Toronto, Ontario.[2]

The Canadian Sculpture Centre is the Society's public exhibit gallery, and is located on Church Street in Toronto.


  1. ^ History, Sculptors Society of Canada
  2. ^ Lerner, Loren R.; Williamson, Mary F. (1991), Art and architecture in Canada: A Bibliography and Guide to the Literature, p. 94, ISBN 0-8020-5856-6 

External links[edit]

  • [1] - official web site