From February 11 to March 13, Sinclair presents ‘The Human Equation: Fiber Art by Sue King’ – a REACH Across Dayton exhibit featuring non-traditional quilts – in the Burnell Roberts Triangle Gallery. In the Works on Paper Gallery, another REACH Acroos Dayton exhibit, ‘No Horizons: Photography by Andy Snow’ features formal compositions captured via aerial photography.
Imagine a virtual gaming world where you’re the artist and the hero, where you can engineer a roller coaster that touches the sky—or become a famous DJ that drops the beat in front of hundreds of fans.
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.
As part of a city-wide conversation on Human Rights, Faith and Reason during 2015, The Dayton Art Institute and the University of Dayton present artist Julie Green’s The Last Supper: 600 Plates Illustrating Final Meals of U.S. Death Row Inmates. This installation of delicately painted porcelain plates raises tough questions about the humanity of the death penalty. The exhibition is in support of and in conjunction with the Dayton Opera’s production of Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking and a February 26 lecture at the University of Dayton by Sr. Helen Prejean, author of the book Dead Man Walking.
Each February, Victoria Theatre Association partners with Shango Center for African-American Art and Culture, and Willis “Bing” Davis, curator of Dayton’s EbonNia Gallery, to display an exhibit of art by local African-American artists inside the Schuster Center. Exhibits are built around a theme. Past themes have included a tribute to Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Dayton’s role in funk music, and “Dayton Skyscrapers,” which celebrate African-American men and women who stand tall as role models in the community.
Rodney Veal, fashion designer and cultural instigator, and the ArtStreet creative team present a world premiere retail art installation experience that tackles the historically weighted word “ghetto” through a subverted commercial lens.
Don’t forget that movies are only $5 on Tuesdays at The NEON! We have the best beer selection of any movie theater in town…and we carry lots of local products – Boston Stoker Coffee, Esther Price chocolates and even Warped Wing beer! We just started selling Belle of Dayton Vodka.
Work with bronze clay by starting out with simple charms, dangles, pendants, and earrings using stamps and molds for textural designs.
The MVOC meets the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM at Wegerzyn Garden MetroPark. Whether you prefer a quiet walk in the woods, or want to try something more adventurous like caving or rock climbing, the Miami Valley Outdoor Club has something for everyone!
What happens when a wife is cleaned out by a clever, philandering, lawyer husband? She turns to a life of crime, in partnership with the female grifter who shows up to strip her now-empty apartment! Cross Thelma and Louise with The Grifters and get ready to laugh at the comic escapades of these two not-so-good perps and their getaway driver.