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The Columbus College of Art & Design has proposed a 100-foot-high steel sculpture that would become a visual centerpiece for the downtown campus.
The Private college will ask the Downtown Commission to review plans for the abstract work that spells out ART in capital letters, proposed for the college's Campus Circle plaza on East Gay Street east of Cleveland Avenue.
CCAD President Denny Griffith said the art piece reflects the college's need to create an image for itself and downtown's Discovery District, of which the school is a part. It also would serve as an opportunity to "create a sense of place" for students and faculty.
"It's a declaration," …