Speakers will include mural artist Curtis Goldstein and Hilliard Public Arts Commission chairwoman, Kelley Daniel.
Hilliard Public Arts Commission hired Curtis Goldstein to create its first public art project. This mural features a train, which pays homage to the city’s history as a railroad stop in the mid-1800’s. Other components, such as the sunflowers and grain silos, are symbols of Hilliard’s agricultural roots.
Goldstein is an arts and design professional who explores human experience from multiple angles—as biological creature, as builder and inventor, as history and memory maker, as collaborator and cohabiter. He has a history of working in the fine art industry, skilled in collage, contemporary art, printmaking, art education, and painting. Goldstein graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Master of Fine Arts degree and from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
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