Featured permanent collection objects in the exhibition include portraits, textiles, Asian belt buckles, Byzantine rings, African bracelets, European lace and Asian fans. Costumes from the Wright State Theater Departmentwill be displayed alongside artists’ installations and hands-on gallery activities for all ages, preschool to adult.
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.
Colorful quilts depicting the beauty of our local parks are on display at the Dayton Metro Library through October 25, 2014. Each quilt in the exhibit, MetroParks: Magic in Fiber, was designed and created by members of the Miami Valley Art Quilt Network (MVAQN).
This exhibition of regional, national and international artists highlights the intersections of contemporary fiber over the past 10 years. Selected works point to approaches that juxtapose traditional processes of weaving, felting, quilting and basketry with contemporary visual culture/social justice content. Curated by Darden Bradshaw.
Presented by the University of Dayton Department of Art and Design.
View exhibit by local artists Fred Horner (‘The Window Guy’) and sculptor Beth Holyoke.
We are dedicated to giving support to the women, in the Dayton community, battling women’s health issues and especially the cancer survivors in our community. Valeria’s will devote the entire month of October to fundraising in support of the Premier Health “2014 Ribbons Over Miami Valley” campaign and the Susan G. Komen Foundation breast cancer awareness effort.
A weekly walk along Aullwood’s beautiful trails reveals many new and exciting discoveries. Tom Hissong, Aullwood’s Education Coordinator, will help walkers to experience the wonderful seasonal changes taking place at Aullwood. Bring binoculars!
Over 30,000 square feet of exhibition space showcasing the latest products and technologies shaping the future of manufacturing. Produced by the Dayton Region Manufacturers Association, AMTS is the region’s ONLY annual advanced manufacturing and technology-specific trade show of its kind… a MUST SEE for anyone in manufacturing in our region and beyond. For more information see www.daytonamts.com.
On loan from a local private collector, this exhibit features rare and near-priceless first editions, manuscripts, galley proofs, papyri and illustrations spanning the scholarly spectrum from philosophy to physics. You will see seminal works from scholars in arts, sciences, history, education, literature and music. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you do not want to miss.
Are you a toddler with an awesome mom/grandparent/caregiver who likes to take you to fun, creative weekday programs? Ages 2-5 and a caregiver (baby siblings welcome) are invited for storytime curated by The Dayton Metro Libraries; a gallery visit and a make-and-take art project. Each month brings a different theme.