PRSG - Who We Are and What We Do.


Cultural vitality and artistic diversity contribute to a healthy society. To that end the Pacific Rim Sculptors Group has been formed/p>

PRSG makes a concerted effort to increase public awareness of sculpture by promoting public and private sculpture exhibits, education, resource and outreach programs;

PRSGencourages artistic diversity and excellence by providing a network for artists to meet, show their work, exchange ideas and address issues of common concern;

PRSG works collectively to provide opportunities and resources for members;

PRSG makes a special effort to encourage the development of all sculptors, based on merit


Pacific Rim Sculptors Group was formed in 1988 by six San Francisco Bay Area sculptors who wanted to establish a new forum for their peers to meet, exchange ideas and exhibit their work. The first PRSG newsletter was published in August of 1990 and also in 1990 the relationship with the Contract Design Center was initiated. The by-laws were written in 1991 "to ensure we remain a democratic organization" and by 1993 the organization had grown to the point that an administrator was hired to handle day to day affairs and publish the newsletter.


Pacific Rim Sculpture Group currently has over 200 artist members througout Northern and Central California. All sculptors that live and/or work on the Pacific Rim are welcomed to join


Pacific Rim Sculptors Group maintains an active slide registry containing slides of the works of its members. The registry is available to members and to outside curators, collectors, and galleries

PRSG publishes a bi-monthly newsletter with announcements of organization shows and activities, members news, exhibition, grant and commission opportunities, minutes of the meetings and other information of interest to its members.

PRSG sponsors informal Slide Nights where members gather to view slides and discuss work.