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Norton Simon Museum
411 West Colorado Boulevard
Pasadena, California 91105

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Designed by renowned landscape designer Nancy Goslee Power, the Norton Simon Museum Sculpture Garden has been a highlight for visitors since it was unveiled in October 1999. Works by Aristide Maillol, Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Auguste Rodin, Jacques Lipchitz, and others are installed throughout the Museum’s lush and vibrant gardens.

To commemorate the 15th anniversary of the sculpture garden the Norton Simon Museum is organizing a series of events that focus on the garden, including lectures, outdoor concerts, art-making programs for adults and families, tours, and focus nights. The first event will take place Saturday, October 11, 2014, when Chief Curator Carol Togneri moderates a panel discussion about the renovation with Power, Norton Simon foundation Trustee and retired Museum Director of Art Sara Campbell, and Museum Director of Operations John Sudolcan.

Next spring, Yale University Press will publish a visually enticing book on the sculpture garden designed ...

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