Public art connects the City’s past, present and future

//Public art connects the City’s past, present and future

Public art connects the City’s past, present and future

by Mikayla Klein, CityScene

You’ve driven by the field of giant stone corn in Frantz Park.

But did you know Malcolm Cochran, a professor of sculpture at The Ohio State University, created it with the vision of preserving Dublin’s farming legacy?

Field of Corn (with Osage Oranges) is just one piece of the Dublin Art Council’s Art in Public Places initiative, which has contributed more than 70 sculptural elements to parks around the community over the last 30 years. The program, which launched in 1988, partners with the City of Dublin to commission public art for the community.

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2019-07-31T13:02:58+00:00January 29th, 2018|Categories: In the News|
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