The park with the sculptures of the Tyrolean artist Alois Schild is located at the Brandenburger Ache river.
At the Brandenberger Ache river, in Mariatal near Kramsach, a publicly accessible space is located which shall bring together nature and art. Surrounded by the sculptures, temporary exhibitions and concerts regularly take place. The park was opened on 26 June, 1993.
Alois Schild placed his sculptures in the Kramsach Sculpture Park (Skulpturenpark Kramsach) in the early 1990s. Born in 1960, he completed the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, and got his diploma with the installation "The land of opportunity". Few years after his return to Tyrol, he opened the Sculpture Park at the Brandenberger Ache river. The artist also implements sculpture projects in all parts of the world and is founder of a local association of contemporary art.
An addition is the arts forum "Troadkastn", which was also implemented by Alois Schild. A gallery, which is housed in a 300-year-old warehouse, shows sculptures, objects and installations of international artists. Also the "Troadkastn" is opened all the year round and can be visited free.
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The Kramsach Sculpture Park is freely accessible all year round.