THE TONY SMITH SCULPTURE PROJECT
Tony Smith was one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. A sculptor, painter, and architect who apprenticed with Frank Lloyd Wright, he reached international fame in the 1960s and 1970s with his large-scale, geometric sculpture. Smith created many of his famous sculptures in his original childhood home in South Orange, New Jersey. › Learn More
DONATE TODAY! Include the Lennie Pierro Foundation in your 2013 tax-deductible year-end giving. Help to ensure that we match the generous county grant (more about that at right), and to bring us closer to realizing our goal of lighting TAU. Click the link below to learn more.
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2014 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL ON THE ARTS GRANT AWARD
The Lennie Pierro Memorial Arts Foundation has been awarded a 2014 matching grant form the Essex County Coucil on The Arts. The $3,920 grant will be used to
expand community programming, including an academic symposium at Seton Hall University, a collaboration with
the school district, a curated outdoor sculpture exhibition, and the annual “Art Party in the Park” celebration in South Orange’s Meadowland Park.
Currently titled EXTRAPOLATE 3, the expanded 2014 program will present a free, public, three-day event that serves to “deepen audience understanding of the creative processes and contemporary influences of world renowned artist and native of South Orange, Tony Smith.