Archive by Author

Time to do-tu-it

Dutoit Gallery offers member artists showcase space By Joyell Nevins When Adjunct Art Professor Colleen Kelsey approached colleague Glen Cebulash about opening a cooperative gallery space in Dayton, she was thinking about a future project, maybe in the arcade building. But Cebulash had something a little sooner in mind. “He said, why don’t we try […]

Read More 0 Comments

Pick up the paintbrush

Gary Birch’s Zero Worries paints new pathways at Yellow Springs Brewery By Joyell Nevins Can a woman brew beer? Can a man who’s never painted before create moving art? The answer to both is a resounding “Yes,” according to the Yellow Springs Brewery. Saturday, April 2, their Art & Ale series introduces a new brew […]

Read More 0 Comments

Move over, Netflix

“Reasons to Be Pretty” with the Playground Theatre By Joyell Nevins Millennials, is your idea of theatre that it’s pretentious or over the top? Then it may be time to “Stop Netflixing and come hang out at the Playground.” That’s one of the taglines for the burgeoning Playground Theatre, co-founded by lovers of theatre and […]

Read More 0 Comments

Save the Victory

The many resurrections of the Victoria Theatre By Joyell Nevins On the corner of First and Main in downtown Dayton stands one of the most beautiful and recognized jewels in the Gem City’s crown. The Grand Old Lady, the Disney House, the Victory … for the last 150 years, the Victoria Theatre has brought art, […]

Read More 0 Comments

More alike than you think

“Hijabi Monologues” present a snapshot of Muslim women’s experiences By Joyell Nevins The theatre can be a place to escape, a place to be entertained. It can also be a place to expand horizons and be educated—not necessarily a comfortable experience, but an important one. “Hijabi Monologues,” a set of stories by American Muslim women, […]

Read More 0 Comments

Together, under tension

Professors explore conflicting concepts in solo exhibitions at Rosewood By Joyell Nevins Those who can’t do, teach. That maxim is proved wrong this month with two adjoining exhibitions at the Rosewood Gallery in Kettering’s Rosewood Arts Centre. A pair of college professors show that art is still as much within them as the students that […]

Read More 0 Comments

Cosmotet

Chamber Music Yellow Springs presents the cosmopolitan Imani Winds quintet By Joyell Nevins Photo: Imani Winds will play on Sunday, Feb. 21, at the Yellow Springs First Presbyterian Church; photo: Pierre Lidar Chamber Music Yellow Springs (CMYS) has been bringing classical chamber music to the hallowed halls of First Presbyterian Church since 1980. This time, […]

Read More 0 Comments

Climate UPHEAVAL

ArtStreet introduces next installation in IAN series By Joyell Nevins Art is not just meant to be looked at; it’s meant to be experienced. And sometimes, it’s meant to change our thinking—and in doing so, our world. Such is the case with the “tangible aesthetic” installations of the ArtStreet and the Institute for Arts Nexus […]

Read More 0 Comments

Year of the Monkey

Lunar New Year explained By Joyell Nevins In America, a new year is often celebrated with a big party, some resolutions and kisses, and then by Jan. 2 we’re back to work or school. However, in Asian cultures, the Lunar New Year is often a weeklong holiday and huge celebration, with a plethora of ways […]

Read More 0 Comments

Force de la femme

Broadway Beveled gives feminine twist to men’s theatre By Joyell Nevins Fresh. Funky. Feminine. Those are the three words the Magnolia Theatre Company (MTC) lives by. MTC is a professional theater company with a mission to produce theater that celebrates women. Their latest production offers a new spin on Broadway favorites with a feminine cabaret […]

Read More 0 Comments

Strings attached

Leesa Haapapuro teaches, creates in Dayton By Bill Franz Leesa Haapapuro’s studio is in the busiest and most colorful art […]

Time to do-tu-it

Dutoit Gallery offers member artists showcase space By Joyell Nevins When Adjunct Art Professor Colleen Kelsey approached colleague Glen Cebulash […]

Vitality Check: 5/3/16

Harmful if swallowed By Rocco Castellano Every now and then I get a wild hair up my ass to go […]

On Your Marc: 5/3/16

Field of dreams a real treat By Marc Katz Of course I’ve visited Field of Dreams. Are you nuts?! Dayton […]

Vitality Check: 4/26/16

Heeeeeere’s Rocco! By Rocco Castellano What’s up b–ches? I’m back! I know all of you were wondering where I went […]

More than a building

Troy walking history tours offer a deeper look By Don Hurst On Friday April 29, Downtown Troy’s past will come […]