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IHHS Media Center home to art donation

IHHS Art Donation

The Indian Hill High School (IHHS) Media Center is now the home to an original work by local artist Christian Grossman titled, They Played the New Song and Became the Very Instruments On Which It Was Played. Donated by Jac and Fran Glaser of Indian Hill, this massive artwork was re-stretched and mounted on the wall above the media center circulation desk by Doug Eisele of Old World Restoration who donated several hours to accomplish the task.

"To keep this in the community is such a treat," said Josh Glaser Robertson, a member of the Glaser family. 

“It is a beautiful piece of art, and to be able to keep it here in Indian Hill and share it with our students is a real treat,” said Indian Hill High School Principal Jeff Damadeo. “Thank you to everyone who made this happen!”

Photo caption:  Josh Glaser Robertson stands in front of Christian Grossman’s “They Played the New Song and Became the Very Instruments On Which It Was Played” which now hangs in the Indian Hill High School Media Center – a donation by the Glaser family of Indian Hill.