Golob Art is invested in supporting art education, and is contributing to that goal by offering mentorship for aspiring artists, lectures, and classes.
Golob Art has experience engaging with communities, conducting research, and developing and implementing art and placemaking policy, strategy, and integration. The studio has worked with city governments on policy and implementation, non-profits embarking upon art initiative, and early stage start-ups looking for guidance.
Art provides benefits for sense of community, business, marketing, and health. Sometimes, it helps to have an artist to integrate that perspective into a community, business, or project.
Creative Industry Rep, at Kick-off Round Table for Small Business Tour, State Senate
Represented the creative industries for a panel discussion with regional business and community leaders that kicked-off the Massachusetts' Legislature's Community and Small Business Committee. The event was attended by 80 Merrimack Valley community and business members.