After this sculpture was unveiled, four hundred people came forward to link hands with the sculpture and with one another while Tuck led us in singing We Shall Overcome. If we could bottle that feel-good community moment, there would be … Continue reading
Tuck’s most recent public sculpture was used as a symbol of commitment to the struggle for equal justice in Saturday’s South Bend Tribune op ed piece. In the photo, robed judges stand on both sides of the sculpture. The article … Continue reading
“We Shall Overcome” is the name of Tuck’s newest public sculpture. It will be unveiled in downtown South Bend, Indiana this Wednesday morning, June 21, 2017, at 11 AM. The double portrait sculpture commemorates an event that happened on June … Continue reading
Tuck Langland recently received word that he received a Best of Show award of $1,000 for his outdoor sculpture, Solitude. It is in the SculptureWalk show in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. This outdoor exhibition continues through September 30, 2017.
Recent University of Maryland graduate, Hayley Fixler, granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, interviewed Tuck at the Midwest Museum of American Art. http://www.abc57.com/clip/13097596/holocaust-art-exhibit-in-elkhart-serves-as-a-lesson-and-reminder
When Lester Wolfson became chancellor of the fledgling Indiana University of South Bend campus, he hired Tuck to teach sculpture in a three-man art department. As the art department and the campus grew together, the campus became a four-year institution … Continue reading
Tuck’s series of portrait sculptures, part of a proposed Holocaust Memorial, is part of the Holocaust Remembrance Show at the Midwest Museum of American Art in Elkhart, Indiana. Tuck conceived the memorial and created the sculptures after a moving visit … Continue reading