Scott Goss is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores various mediums including public art, sculpture, interactive installations, and glass. His work has been exhibited nationally and is represented by galleries in Akron, Cleveland, Columbus, and Pittsburgh. Scott has completed numerous public art projects and commissions, including an illuminated sculpture for Lakewood, OH’s Fire Station #2, interactive illuminated sculpture for Worthington Yards Apartments in downtown Cleveland, a gateway project for the city of Shaker Heights, OH, a viewing platform for the Cleveland Conventions Bureau, and a glass panel project for Summa Hospital in Akron, OH. He received his BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2006 and his MFA from Kent State University in 2014. His work is included in numerous collections across the country, including the Arkansas Fine Arts Museum (Little Rock, AR), the Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland, OH), the Crocker Art Museum (Sacramento, CA), the Enamel Arts Foundation (Los Angeles, CA), the Dalad Art Collection (Cleveland, OH), and the Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, OH). His work and research have additionally been supported through grants by the Satellite Fund (presented by SPACES Gallery in Cleveland, OH), the Urgent Art Fund (presented by SPACES Gallery in Cleveland, OH), the Ohio Arts Council, Harpo Foundation and Kent State University. Currently Scott is an Assistant Professor and the Assistant Chair of the Foundation Department at the Cleveland Institute of Art.