• artPARK

    Designing the PARK

    PARK HOTEL 1881 | Built for Alex and Benton Renfrew, brothers & farmers in the Canal Lewisville area 1883 | Opened by first owner, James H. Stocking 1884 | Sold to William T. Zeller 1907 | Sold to Thomas Rittenhouse, then later that year to William H. Bachert 1909 | Hotel and building sold to Coshocton Real Estate Co. 1975 | Sold to Jerold Zwelling 2014 | Sand lot sold to Pomerene Center for the Arts WE’RE READY to design a permanent park referencing the history of the space as the long time site of the Park Hotel. We’re thinking of a succession of outdoor rooms with the capacity to…

  • artPARK,  Root Ball Park

    Last hurrah for the world’s 1st root ball park

    as part of  the 2nd Annual Coshocton Crow Homecoming November 9, 1-3pm  in the PARK space 300 block Main Street, Coshocton Ohio The PARK space, summer home of the World’s 1st Root Ball Park, is the designated venue for the 2nd Annual Coshocton Crow Homecoming, November 9, 1-3pm.  It seems appropriate to take the opportunity to double up and let the party serve as a “last hurrah” for the root ball trees before they leave their cushy bean bag couches and become part of the planted urban forest. After November 9th the Pomerene Center for the Arts will turn the 19 Root Ball trees over to the Coshocton is Blooming…

  • artPARK,  Exhibits


    What is a public space without people? “HERE” is a collection of portraits pasted on the old Park Hotel wall documenting who uses the PARK space and what they do in it. Thanks to Novelty Advertising Co. for sending us a link to the Inside Out Project and for partnering with us to get folks “HERE” up on the wall. Want to be on the wall?  Come to one of our PARK events or take a closeup self portrait and send it to us  with a description of why you were in the PARK space and the date. Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013 Faithe was the sewer on the Root Ball Park Team. She brought her son and his…