Coshocton Ray Trace

Written by Anne Cornell on . Posted in artPARK

People are excited and making an effort to get out of their cars to come into the park.  They are curious and asking, in a good sense, “What is this orange thing?”   Answer: MEETING ROOM 1. Behin Ha’s “Coshocton Ray Trace.” It’s a community-built temporary pavilion in the artPARK where community groups, families and friends […]

Make a Difference Day 2015. Mound Building.

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We began planning our Make a Difference Day project with Amish barn-raising-style dreams…swarms of people working together, cutting and applying white oak flooring and walls to the artPARK platform/amphitheater…all under the direction of “Frolic” foreman Henry Stutzman. (When we asked Henry how much he would charge for his day overseeing the project, he declined payment for his services––in […]

the final drawings

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            The artPARK design process was supported by Dean’s Jewelry and a National Endowment for the Arts OUR TOWN grant awarded to the Pomerene Center for the Arts in partnership with Coshocton City. Through OUR TOWN, the NEA supports creative placemaking projects that help transform communities into lively, beautiful, and […]