Awarded Resource Grant For Winged Interactive Light Sculpture
by Daric Gill
I am very happy to announce that I’ve received an Artist Resource Grant by the Greater Columbus Arts Council for 2019. This grant will go towards my most ambitious project to date, an interactive light sculpture made from robotics and a 17 foot wide reclaimed airplane wing. The wing will proudly be on display in the annual Greater Columbus exhibition June 14 to Sept. 29, 2019 at the Columbus Museum of Art. The exhibition will feature works made by myself and other recent recipients of the prestigious Visual Arts Fellowship.
While my project isn’t exactly top-secret, I am trying to keep some of the surprises hush-hush… for now. Let’s just say it involves you, NASA, and some beautiful lights. Keep an eye out for updates as the work on this interactive piece progresses!
I am grateful for your support. Thank you!
Special Thanks to Greater Columbus Arts Council, The City of Columbus, & The Columbus Museum Of Art!
Special Thanks to the City of Columbus Councilmembers:
-Mayor Andrew Ginther
-Councilmember Shannon Hardin, President
-Councilmember Michael Stinziano, President Pro Tempore
-Councilmember Mitchell J. Brown
-Councilmember Elizabeth C. Brown
-Councilmember Jaiza Page
-Councilmember Emmanuel V. Remy
-Councilmember Priscilla R. Tyson
2 thoughts on “Awarded Resource Grant For Interactive Winged Light Sculpture”
Oh, Daric! How exciting for you! So happy that you have greater access to your hearts desire of making art. You will rock this new venture to the moon and back! We love you and are so proud of you! Marsha and Glen
Aw, you are so wonderful! Your enthusiasm is always so appreciated! Thank you and I love you all as well.