These studio workshops are designed for elementary students to have fun while learning. Each week builds on the previous week. Paper Making, Wearable Arts and Prints
Students will have a messy fun time while making paper, prints, batik paintings and some wearable art projects! Taught by Heather Leah Reid.
These studio workshops are designed for elementary students to have fun while learning. Each week builds on the previous week. Wearable Art
Students will use a variety of materials while making fun project that they can wear! Students can expect to cut, glue, paint and embellish their fabulous works of art. Taught by Heather Alyssa Foland.
This series of classes will teach the materials and techniques involved in creating stained glass works of art. Students will either create their own design or will choose from a variety of templates, and will create their work using glass cutting, foiling, and soldering techniques. The finished creations can be hung in front of a window to allow the light to pass through.
Taught by stained glass artist Matt Warvel.
Each spring, a new theme emerges in The DAI’s Experiencenter, which was the nation’s first interactive, intergenerational museum gallery. This year, we will explore the art and culture of body adornment, jewelry, and costume.
The late 19th and early 20th centuries witnessed an explosion of interest in all things Japanese that prompted a radical shift in modern art. Inspirations from the East illuminates the myriad ways that American and European artists responded to their new exposure to Japanese art and culture. It pairs the works with Japanese ukiyo-e prints, with their unusual points of view and asymmetrical compositions with decorative patterning and delicate colors—all of which made them a revelation to Western artists trained to order the world around them according to single-point perspective.
Charming family patriarch Sam Baker lies in a hospital bed, recovering from an apparent heart attack, but his wife, Marsha, won’t stop making the crisis all about her—much to the dismay of their son, Aaron. The young photographer wonders why his parents even stay together while he and his husband, Malcolm, deal with their own issues as newlyweds. Intimate, yet universal, Michael Slade’s latest play is a wildly funny and touching comedy about marriage—its joys, challenges and responsibilities—and what’s worth fighting for.
The pop culture phenomenon of FLASHDANCE is now live on stage. With electrifying dance at its core, FLASHDANCE – THE MUSICAL tells the inspiring and unforgettable story of Alex Owens, a Pittsburgh steel mill welder by day and a bar dancer by night with dreams of one day becoming a professional performer. When romance with her steel mill boss threatens to complicate her ambitions, Alex learns the meaning of love and its power to fuel the pursuit of her dream.
Check out Dayton Broomball Association’s coed league at MetroParks Ice Rink! Broomball is a team sport played on ice where players wear shoes instead of skates and use broom-shaped sticks to pass and score goals. The games are free to attend. Cheer on your friends and co-workers and grab a snack from the concession.
Come out and explore nature with MetroPark Volunteers and other curious adults on this weekly, relaxed adventure. We will explore a variety of habitats while learning and sharing about the natural world. This program is weather dependent. Registration requested, walk-ins welcome: Mon. Sep. 15 – Tue. Jan. 27. For more information see www.metroparks.org.
Despite all our time-saving devices, Americans feel more rushed than ever. Learn some ways to make your life less hectic from internationally-known professional expert, Jane Boucher. You will learn how to manage your time before it manages you. Jane will teach you how to balance your life with her Wheel of Life. Where will you be five years from today?
Its up to you and how you manage your priorities.