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THE LION wins Runner-Up Award in The Marsh Award for Public Sculpture
CAS commission THE LION by Hsiao-Chi Tsai and Kimiya Yoshikawa wins Runner-Up Award in The Marsh Award for Public Sculpture 2009.

The Marsh Award for Public Sculpture is awarded annually for a newly commissioned public sculpture, or for a public sculpture restoration project. It is administered by the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association (PMSA) and run in partnership with the Marsh Christian Trust. The PMSA is a charity, founded in 1991, to raise awareness of art in public places. The Marsh Christian Trust supports this and other awards.

Previous winners of the Marsh Award include Maggi Hambling (2005), Peter Randall- Page (2006), James Turrell (2007) and Ian Rank-Broadley for his powerful Armed Forces National Memorial at Alrewas in Staffordshire (2008).

The 2009 Award panel comprises Jo Darke (founder of the PMSA), Ian Leith (Deputy Chairman PMSA), Zuleika Dobson (Award Administrator), David Charlesworth (Marsh Christian Trust), Michael Paraskos (Art critic and writer) and Sue Ridge (Artist).

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Date
October 2009




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