Roudebush ’09 Wins International Award
June 11, 2013
Wabash alumnus Nick Roudebush of Noblesville, Indiana has been awarded the prestigious International Sculpture Center's Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award for 2013. Nick Roudebush is a 2009 Wabash graduate and is now a student at the University of Notre Dame. He is an instructor in the art department at Indiana Wesleyan University.
The International Sculpture Center (ISC) established the annual "Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award" program in 1994 to recognize young sculptors and to encourage their continued commitment to the field. It was also designed to draw attention to the sculpture programs of the participating universities, colleges and art schools.
The award program's growing publicity resulted in an exceptional number of participating institutions; including over 159 universities, colleges and art school sculpture programs from six countries for a nominated total of 414 students.
A distinguished panel made up of Drew Goerlitz, Sculptor and Associate Professor of Sculpture at SUNY Plattsburgh, Elizabeth Neilson, Director, Zabludowicz Collection, London, and Rein Triefeldt, Sculptor, selected 12 recipients and 5 honorable mentions through a competitive viewing process of the works submitted. The selection of the recipients from a large pool of applicants, including international students, is a great accomplishment and testament to the artistic promise of the students' work.
The 12 award recipients will participate in the Grounds For Sculpture's Fall/Winter Exhibition, which will be on view from October 18, 2013-March 30, 2014 in Hamilton, New Jersey, adjacent to the ISC headquarters. The artist's work will be featured in the October 2013 issue of the International Sculpture Center's award winning publication, Sculpture
magazine as well as on the ISC’s award-winning website
The International Sculpture Center (ISC) is a member-supported, nonprofit organization founded in 1960 to champion the creation and understanding of sculpture and its unique, vital contribution to society. Members include sculptors, collectors, patrons, architects, developers, journalists, curators, historians, critics, educators, foundries, galleries, and museums-anyone with an interest in and commitment to the field of sculpture.