Tag Archives: visuals

No 3-D glasses required

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Height, Width, Depth explored at Rosewood By Joyell Nevins Photo: Carrie Longley; Capillus Voluminus; 2012; ceramic, glaze, wire, pig intestine, mixed media; 18 x 13 x 7 in.; photo courtesy of the artist From two cubic inches to eight feet wide, from natural wood to hard steel, from amateur to professional—the only theme HWD exhibitors […]

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Art, uninterrupted

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Art on the Commons Arts and Crafts Festival returns By CC Hutten Photo: Mugs made by Lexington, Kentucky artist Melissa Zimmerman color the 2014 Art on the Commons display at Fraze Pavilion. This year’s event will be held Aug. 9; photo: Shayna McConville For nearly 30 years, the Art on the Commons fine arts and […]

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Fifty years of progress?

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Danny Lyon: Memories of the Civil Rights Movement at Herndon Gallery By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Protesters stage a sit-in at Toddle House in Atlanta, Georgia, December, 1963; photo: Danny Lyon The Herndon Gallery, tucked unassumingly away inside an academic building on the campus of Antioch College, is a blank canvas. The medium-sized art epicenter has […]

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Things left behind

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The work of John Emery at DVAC By Shayna V. McConville Photo: John Emery, Have a Captain Cook, 2014, watercolor construction Artist John Emery documents memories. Realistic watercolor renderings of landscapes and personal objects merge into actual artifacts, blurring the line between the authentic and imagined. Carefully composed and preserved on paper, these compositions are […]

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Twenty-first century ‘wisdom’ 

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A collaborative exhibition at University of Dayton’s ArtStreet By Erin Callahan Photo: University of Dayton junior Gillian Taylor discusses her installation piece for the WISDOM: Who Are You? exhibition at UD ArtStreet Who are you? What road will you take? What virtues do you embrace? What choices will you make? Are these questions interconnected? Are […]

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Collective vision

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Willis “Bing” Davis, the EboNia Gallery, and Shango By Joyell Nevins Photo: Artist Willis “Bing” Davis works on a project in his studio Reach high and reach back. That advice from Willis “Bing” Davis’s mother has kept him reaching for the stars and reaching back to help his Daytonian brothers for the last 55 years. […]

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The face(s) of courage

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Picturing Moral Courage: The Rescuers at UD By Janell R. Ward Photo: Rwandan rescuer Augustine Kamegeri; photo: Riccardo Gangale Be inspired the entire month of February at the University of Dayton’s (UD) extraordinary photography exhibit, Picturing Moral Courage: The Rescuers. This event is sponsored by The Human Rights Center in coordination with PROOF: Media for […]

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Painted worlds

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The Art of Brian Chu and Shiao-Ping Wang By Shayna V. McConville Photo: Shiao-Ping Wang, “Waves,” acrylic on canvas Painting has persevered as a dominant artistic medium for centuries. Artists continue to develop personal voices and innovative ideas within the established tradition, sustaining a practice that is a versatile vehicle for expression. Brian Chu and […]

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Back to the (digital) future

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Digital Abstraction at DVAC By Joyell Nevins Photo: The late Jud Yalkut, original curator/idealist behind both the Computer Art (1993) and Digital Abstraction (2015) exhibits 1993: a time before smart phones, Google and Twitter. A time when you could still put 35 mm film in a camera. And the time for Computer Art: An Ohio Perspective, […]

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20×20 vision

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Innovative presentation movement, PechaKucha By Janell R. Ward Photo: The final PechaKucha event of the year will take place Dec. 18 It was February of 2003 when two Tokyo-based architects, Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham, were tired of dealing with lengthy business presentations. Their frustrations urged them to begin a new format of presentations called […]

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Debate Forum: 8/23

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For rent Can Ohio’s national park be “leased” for drilling? By Sarah Sidlow Quick quiz: name the only national forest […]

On The Beat: 8/23

Roadside fruit stands, where art thou? By Jim Bucher Think the older you get, the more nostalgic. Guess it’s all […]

On Your Marc: 8/23

No character like McVie By Marc Katz I know, there were iconic entertainment groups that played early in their careers […]

Debate Forum: 8/16/16

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For the love of the game Olympic athletes have big dreams, but empty wallets—Should the government step in? By Sarah […]

Debate Forum: 7/19/16

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Sit down, G.I. Jane Should women be blocked from registering for the draft? By Sarah Sidlow U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson […]