Sculpture is and will continue to be an expansive art form, and we have the ability as sculptors to push the boundaries of what that means.
Megan Smock is an artist/educator in Philadelphia, PA. She received her BFA in Fine Arts with an emphasis in Sculpture in May 2020, and will complete her MAT in Art Education in 2021 from the University of the Arts. She is interested in site-specific installation, bookmaking, ceramics, kinetic sculpture and mold-making. Megan is on the Board of Directors at Chenoa Manor Animal Sanctuary and Learning Center in Avondale, PA, which informs the content of her work. At Chenoa Manor, she has implemented the Youth Art Lesson Program and Seasonal Visiting Artist Residency. Her work is currently featured online and in the gift shop of The Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, PA. Exhibitions include Castle, Chenoa Manor, Avondale, PA, 2020; Works in Progress, Arronson Gallery, The University of the Arts, 2019; Form and Movement, Gallery One Collective, 2019; Whatever, Whatever, University of the Arts Sculpture Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, 2019; The Head, Hamilton Hall Public Arts Initiative, Philadelphia, PA, 2017; and Art Unleashed, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 2016.