Public Sculpture Project
In 2008, the Claremont Community Foundation, in partnership with the City of Claremont, established an on-going public sculpture project. The project was created to enhance the aesthetic and cultural quality throughout the community by featuring a different sculpture in the park located at the corner of Indian Hill Blvd. and Harrison Avenue.
The program provides public exposure to the visual arts, and is intended to inspire a sense of place among the residents of the community. The sculpture is owned by the artist, and is displayed at the site temporarily, after which time it is returned to the artist.
Since the project was created, local artists Jim Mitchell, Barbara Beretich and Christina Cassaro have displayed their works. Artists wishing to be considered for this project are invited to submit their resumes and proposals to the Claremont Community Foundation.
The Foundation Sponsors Program was established by the Board of Directors of the Claremont Community Foundation to publicly recognize individuals and businesses for their generous support.
To maximize our positive impact in the community and to exist in perpetuity, the Claremont Community Foundation (CCF) develops and implements programs, and initiatives on an on-going basis.
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Funds for CCF grants are mainly generated by donor-designated and unrestricted contributions from caring individuals, businesses, and organizations in and around Claremont..