Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden
The Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden is one of the most unique sites on campus. The garden is located at the corner of Santa Teresa Street and Lomita Drive. Ten artists from New Guinea created the stone and wooden sculptures during a five-month visit in 1994.
The project was organized by Jim Mason, a graduate student in anthropology. Look for the influence of Rodin sculptures in the work of the New Guinea artists.
Plants in the garden complement the sculptures. The landscaping includes Yuccas, Dracaenas (Cordyline australis), Lion's tail (Leonitus leonurus), Aloe, New Zealand Flax (Phormium tenax) and a large Silk Oak (Grevillea robusta).