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An image of a bench at the Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park surrounded by flowers.
An image of a bench at the Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park surrounded by flowers.

Collaborate

JBSP is a free public space where all are welcomed to casually visit, but the park also serves as a site for arts performances, installations, lectures, interdisciplinary research, and wellness activities. If you are interested in using the park for a special project or have an interest in a collaboration, please contact JBSP Firesoul, Sandra Abbott at abbotts@umbc.edu. She can tell you more about the space and may be able to help promote your event.

Volunteer

If you’re interested in participating in sustainability practices and green initiatives, our K-12 educational outreach programs— both on site, as gallery teachers/lectures and in the classroom at area schools— or with occasional opportunities to support part artwork/installation, please contact Sandra Abbott at abbotts@umbc.edu. We welcome your ideas and assistance in planning, project promoting, and using this unique campus resource.

Follow and Share

Follow the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture on our social media platforms to receive updates on our latest Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park programming, events, and more!

Instagram: @cadvc_UMBC
Facebook: @cadvc.umbc
Twitter: @cadvc_UMBC
Vimeo: CADVC at UMBC
Youtube: @CADVC

Donate

To make a donation to the Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park please make your check out to the Joseph Beuys Tree Partnership Foundation and mail it to:

Sandra Abbott, JBSP Firesoul
Center for Art Design and Visual Culture, UMBC
1000 Hilltop Circle, Fine Arts Building, Room 105
Baltimore, MD 21250

Learn More About Nature Sacred

The Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park is generously supported by Nature Sacred the initial funder of the park. The JBSP is only one of over 100 “Sacred Places” implemented by Nature Sacred across the country. Nature Sacred’s mission is “to provide the opportunity for a deeper human experience by inspiring and supporting the creation of public green spaces that offer a temporary place of sanctuary, encourage reflection, provide solace, and engender peace and well-being.”

To learn more about their work and ways to support Nature Sacred, visit their website: https://naturesacred.org/