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Calendar of Events

Sep
2
Tue
Exhibit: Dayton Celebrates Glass
Sep 2 – Sep 3 all-day

On the heels of the 50th anniversary of the Studio Glass movement in America in 2012, the special exhibition, Dayton Celebrates Glass: Chihuly, Littleton, Labino and Beyond, showcases the Dayton Region’s love of studio glass, ranging from the early pioneers of the studio movement through today’s artistic innovators.

Exhibit: Decked Out
Sep 2 – Sep 3 all-day

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.

Amish Quilt Exhibit
Sep 2 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The 25th annual Amish Quilt Exhibit features more than 100 quilts and wall hangings that reflect the finest examples of Amish workmanship. The quilt patterns are selected by Aullwood’s director Charity Krueger. Two Amish families spend a year creating these amazing quilts. The glorious patterns and intricate stitching create one-of-a-kind pieces of functional art. Also included in the exhibit are hand-woven rugs, placemats, baskets, wooden toys and a variety of hardwood furniture or recycled plastic/wood furniture.

Sep
3
Wed
Exhibit: Dayton Celebrates Glass
Sep 3 – Sep 4 all-day

On the heels of the 50th anniversary of the Studio Glass movement in America in 2012, the special exhibition, Dayton Celebrates Glass: Chihuly, Littleton, Labino and Beyond, showcases the Dayton Region’s love of studio glass, ranging from the early pioneers of the studio movement through today’s artistic innovators.

Exhibit: Decked Out
Sep 3 – Sep 4 all-day

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.

Exhibit: Peace Labyrinth – Quilting the Golden Rule
Sep 3 – Sep 4 all-day

Imagine yourself walking through a labyrinth lined wiht quilts that tell you about the world’s major faiths. As you walk through the labyrinth, you become aware that the central message in all of these life-views have their roots in the same moral belief.

Amish Quilt Exhibit
Sep 3 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The 25th annual Amish Quilt Exhibit features more than 100 quilts and wall hangings that reflect the finest examples of Amish workmanship. The quilt patterns are selected by Aullwood’s director Charity Krueger. Two Amish families spend a year creating these amazing quilts. The glorious patterns and intricate stitching create one-of-a-kind pieces of functional art. Also included in the exhibit are hand-woven rugs, placemats, baskets, wooden toys and a variety of hardwood furniture or recycled plastic/wood furniture.

Sep
4
Thu
Exhibit: Dayton Celebrates Glass
Sep 4 – Sep 5 all-day

On the heels of the 50th anniversary of the Studio Glass movement in America in 2012, the special exhibition, Dayton Celebrates Glass: Chihuly, Littleton, Labino and Beyond, showcases the Dayton Region’s love of studio glass, ranging from the early pioneers of the studio movement through today’s artistic innovators.

Exhibit: Decked Out
Sep 4 – Sep 5 all-day

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.

Exhibit: Peace Labyrinth – Quilting the Golden Rule
Sep 4 – Sep 5 all-day

Imagine yourself walking through a labyrinth lined wiht quilts that tell you about the world’s major faiths. As you walk through the labyrinth, you become aware that the central message in all of these life-views have their roots in the same moral belief.