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Curtis Goldstein

Faculty

Curtis Goldstein will be teaching two classes  at Antioch College in the visual arts, offering a workshop or art event for the college and village communities, and will be displaying his work in the upcoming Herndon Gallery exhibition (August-November).Goldstein works with post-consumer waste (commodities at the end of their life cycle) to create collages and sculptures, often at a giant scale. Curtis says: When brought back to life by an artist, trash should not simply become another, aesthetic commodity, but inspire introspection about the production of waste and its relationship to the environment. Goldstein will be teaching VISA 240, and intro to drawing and painting course that will include the opportunity to paint in different environments in the Village and the Glen. He will be also teaching Visa 270, The Ends of Trash: Collage with Repurposed Materials.

Education: 
M.F.A., University of Cincinnati, DAAP (expected), 2013
B.F.A., The Ohio State University, 1990
Columbus College of Art and Design, 1984-86