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WCHS art teacher featured in latest episode of WOSU Broad & High show

WCHS art teacher featured in latest episode of WOSU Broad & High show

Westerville Central High School art teacher Jen Kiko and her husband and Westerville North High School alum Eric Rausch were featured in Thursday’s WOSU Broad & High online magazine show.

Kiko and Rausch were featured for their collaboration on public art projects, including the “In The Neighborhood” art installation at Dublin’s Bridge Park that they wrapped up in May. 

They’ve also created a 30’ by 11’ hand-made, ceramic tile mosaic called “Fish Marks the Spot” at the Greater Columbus Convention Center’s parking garage. And they designed “The Messenger Wall,” which can be found along a historic building on 5th and High streets. It features 26 birds sculpted along a brick wall that honors the legacy of the Short North Alliance’s founding director, John Angelo.

Watch the segment here.

  • Westerville Central High School
  • Westerville City Schools

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