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We Have a Winner!

We Have a Winner!

TUMAINI – nicknamed Tumi – is the name of the life-size bronze giraffe who recently moved into Haddonfield (NJ)’s Children’s Sculpture Zoo.  The winning name means “hope” in Swahili and was selected by the Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust (HOST)’s board for its...

Haddonfield Church Reveals New Sculptures

Haddonfield Church Reveals New Sculptures

See the unveiling of the “Three States of Being” at Graces’ Church in Haddonfield. Church leaders commented on how the theme of the sculpture reflects the meaning of the three wise men who visited the baby Jesus.

Celebrate 2nd Annual “April is Haddonfield Sculpture Month”

Celebrate 2nd Annual “April is Haddonfield Sculpture Month”

Celebrate 2nd Annual “April is Haddonfield Sculpture Month” Help us choose a name for our new life-size bronze giraffe sculpture! March 10-31:  Name that Giraffe!  Submit a name for the life-size bronze giraffe coming to the Children’s Sculpture Zoo.  Limited to...

Three States of Being Installed

Three States of Being Installed

On Jan. 6, Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust celebrated its installation of the 20th piece of art in the borough. “Three States of Being,” donated by Rowan College at Burlington County, and created by Carl Billingsley, was placed outside Grace Episcopal Church.

Statues from abandoned Rowan campus land in Haddonfield

Statues from abandoned Rowan campus land in Haddonfield

"We are happy the statues are having a second life," college president Michael Cioce said at a recent unveiling and dedication of "Unity" a 1,000-pound, modern steel sculpture by Palestinian Arab Israeli artist Hanna Jubran and mounted at 8 W. Kings Highway on the...

“Unity” installed

“Unity” installed

Unity, an abstract corten structure by acclaimed Palestinian Arab Israeli sculptor Hanna Jubran, now stands at 8 Kings Highway, across from the PATCO station. It is one of five pieces donated to the Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust (HOST) for its outdoor sculpture...