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My Art Relationship Grows Between Cuba & the Center of Science & Industry Grows

My Art Relationship Grows Between Cuba & the Center of Science & Industry

by Daric Gill

Absolute: Plumb
Absolute: Plumb: oil on panel. 12″ x 24″.

Earlier this year the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) announced an upcoming exhibit called ‘¡Cuba!’, a bilingual collaboration with the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation (CBC) at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) and Museo Nacional de Historia Natural de Cuba. In conjunction with that exhibition was an invitation to a Community Art Challenge, where artists of all ages were asked to submit work that represented their family, traditions, home, and cultural similarities. I’m pleased to announce that my work, “Absolute: Plumb” will be on display at COSI’s Heritage & History art gallery starting July 15th, 2020. I have several really interesting connections between both COSI and Cuba.  Read onward to see what they are.

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New “Columbus In Cuba” Documentary To Debut In Ohio Before Traveling To Film Festivals

New “Columbus In Cuba” Documentary To Debut In Ohio Before Traveling To Film Festivals

by Daric Gill

CubaIt’s been my extreme privilege to have been included among a group of artists who traveled to Cuba on an artist exchange and again for an international exhibition. Last spring, we were invited to exhibit in the 13th Havana Biennial and ConnectArt in Havana and Matanzas. Among the group of artists were two Ohio filmmakers, Nikki and Matt Swift. Together they created a documentary film that will soon debut in Columbus before traveling to other film festivals.

Columbus in Cuba will make its debut with a free screening at Gateway Film Center on Sunday, Jan. 12, at 2 p.m., followed by a free screening at the Columbus Museum of Art, in conjunction with (my undergrad alma mater) Columbus College of Art & Design, on Thursday, Jan. 16. with a reception at 5:30 p.m., a showing at 6 p.m., and a Q&A to follow. You can book tickets online for film at the CMA (click on their name above to go to their website).

My piece in the gallery

There are so many people that helped make this journey possible. I’m thankful for all of them. Please join us in this celebration of inclusion.