In 2006, The City of Birmingham asked John Sauvé to become the Chairperson of the Art in Public Places Committee. By the second meeting John Sauvé submitted a project proposal and was selected as the Curator of the Cityscapes 2008 sculpture exhibit.
John Sauvé, serving as a representative of the Sauvé Art Foundation approached Pam and Tim Hill from the Hill Gallery to create the most important sculpture exhibit in the Midwest, Cityscapes 2008.
John Sauvé is a Nationally known sculptor with works throughout the United States and Canada. John has created some of the most important sculpture exhibits of his time and he has worked with some of the most prolific artists in the field of public art.
The Sauvé Art Foundation is a Nonprofit Institution (501C3) which sponsors Public Sculpture Exhibits, Film Festivals, Performances, and education programs, establishing close links to the local community and other cultural institutions and universities in the United States and abroad. Started by John Sauvé, The Sauvé Art Foundation provides artists from around the world an opportunity to develop and exhibit their work in a stimulating environment. The Sauvé Art Foundation Internship Program offers students from a variety of disciplines hands-on experience in project management. The Sauvé Art Foundation produces an annual newsletter, Exhibit Catalogs, Books, Short Films, Documentaries, concerts, readings, and art exhibitions celebrating the Sauvé Art Foundation's rich history and vibrant present. For more information on how you can contribute to the Sauvé Art Foundation Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Oak Village Place Published February 04, 2009