OOS Sculpture

Fairview School Reliefs [Relocated?]

1960 / Robert C. Koepnick / Dayton

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There are six stone panels integrated into the side of the building. This section of the school is an addition which houses the auditorium. Each panel shows two figures representing different aspects of school-life. #1 - represents sports with two boys holding balls; #2 - represents science with a boy and girl holding scientific equipment; #3 - represents drama with two girls holding masks; #4 - represents music with two girls holding musical instruments (clarinet & cymbal); #5 - represents reading with a boy and girl reading books; and #6 - representing art with a boy painting a figure of a girl.

Fairview MS closed in 2009; research needed into current location. (AA IS2)

Location: 2408 Philadelphia Dr

County

: Montgomery

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Citation

: Robert C. Koepnick, “Fairview School Reliefs [Relocated?],” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture , accessed October 26, 2021, https://oos.sculpturecenter.org/index.php/items/show/925.

Title

Fairview School Reliefs [Relocated?]

Description

There are six stone panels integrated into the side of the building. This section of the school is an addition which houses the auditorium. Each panel shows two figures representing different aspects of school-life. #1 - represents sports with two boys holding balls; #2 - represents science with a boy and girl holding scientific equipment; #3 - represents drama with two girls holding masks; #4 - represents music with two girls holding musical instruments (clarinet & cymbal); #5 - represents reading with a boy and girl reading books; and #6 - representing art with a boy painting a figure of a girl.

Fairview MS closed in 2009; research needed into current location. (AA IS2)

Date

1960

Publisher

Ohio Outdoor Sculpture

Identifier

925

Location City

Location County

Location Notes

Integrated into the side of the auditorium addition, School for Tomorrow

Location Street

2408 Philadelphia Dr

Location Type

Media Sculpture Height

4 feet

Media Sculpture Width

4 feet

Media Sculpture Depth

2 inches

Installation Date

1960

Creation Date

1960

Materials