In the News
Kent State University Library and Information Science students made a concerted effort to get the word out about OOS during the 2021 spring semester. The following list is a result of those efforts.
Kent State student on the hunt for historic sculptures in Marion County. By Micah Walker. Marion Star. April 17, 2021.
KSU grad student seeks community help in creating Knox County sculpture database. By Savannah Howe. Mount Vernon News. April 19, 2021.
Sculptures in Guernsey County. The Daily Jeff. April 21, 2021.
Updating a database of Coshocton monuments is underway. By Leonard L. Hayhurst. Coshocton Tribune. April 21, 2021.
Ohio Outdoor Sculpture. PBS Cleveland, WVIZ: Applause, Season 23 Episode 24. April 30, 2021.
Searching for some sculptures: Graduate student’s internship involves locating outdoor sculptures, including ones in Jefferson and Harrison counties. By Janice Kiaski. The Weirton Daily Times. May 1, 2021.
Searching for some sculptures: Graduate student’s internship involves locating outdoor sculptures, including ones in Jefferson and Harrison counties. . By Janice Kiaski. Herald Star. May 1, 2021.
Newark native needs help documenting local sculptures for state database. By Christine Holmes. Times Recorder (Zanesville). May 6, 2021.
iSchool Interns Explore and Catalog Ohio's Outdoor Sculptures. Kent State University, School of Information. June 4, 2021.
Project tracks public art: Volunteers document, assess condition of pieces across Ohio. By Charita M. Goshay. Canton Repository (Print Version). June 15, 2021.
Outdoor Sculpture Project volunteers fan out across Canton and Ohio to document public art. By Charita M. Goshay. Canton Repository. June 15, 2021.
Urban décor: Cleveland’s many sculptures reflect city’s history, humor, unity, and divisions. By Grant Segall. FreshWater (Cleveland). June 16, 2021.