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Bullet: Who Pulls the Trigger examines impact of gun violence on youth By Sara Mastbaum   Gun violence and its impact on youth have grabbed media attention in recent months, but the conversation on this issue has been unproductive at best. Bullet: Who Pulls the Trigger, currently on view at the Studio D Gallery at […]

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High art in Dayton


Art on the Commons at Fraze Pavilion By Leo DeLuca Photo: Browse the selection of prints at Art on the Commons at Fraze Pavilion on Sunday, Aug. 11; Photo: Thom Meyer  Art on the Commons Fine Arts & Fine Crafts Festival is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. The exceedingly popular event takes place at Kettering’s […]

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Citizen diplomacy


New exhibit at the  Dayton International Peace Museum By Stacey Ritz Photo: Dayton International Peace Museum co-founder Ralph Dull (left, in hat) discusses a large piece of farm equipment in Ukraine How did Citizen Diplomacy play a role in the USSR during the Cold War? Four Dayton International Peace Museum (DIPM) volunteers were actively involved as […]

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Local focus

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Yellow Springs Art Stroll returns By Kate E Lore Photo: Exploring the creative side of Yellow Springs during the Art Stroll in October 2012 There is a place where many talented artists live within a close proximity to one another. This small spot on the map has grown into an amazing community where one can feed […]

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Best of both worlds

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Sideshow 8 ready to showcase the heart of Dayton visual art By Gary Spencer photo: Preparing for Sideshow 6; Photo credit: Emmanuel Cavallaro For better or worse, Dayton institutions tend to come and go. Every once in a while, though, a new institution emerges and manages to defy the odds and become a yearly fixture in […]

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Faces of Iran


Dayton International Peace Museum’s must-see exhibit By Stacey Ritz photo: Iranian boy in the Faces of Iranexhibit at the Dayton Peace Museum; photo credit: Steve Fryburg “The public will learn more than they probably know about Iranians,” shared founder of the Dayton International Peace Museum, Christine Dull. The Faces of Iran exhibit currently featured at the […]

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Deconstruction documentary


Recycled wood and light projection constructions at Cincinnati’s Weston Gallery By Jud Yalkut Photo: “Not Just a Bench” by Robert Fry  on display at the Weston Gallery in Cincinnati through June 2 Three intriguing breakthrough exhibitions share the spaces of the Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center at 650 Walnut […]

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In Goad they trust

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Artist’s work ranges from Hot Wheels to album covers  By Tim Anderl  Photos: three designs for Galactic Files sketch cards for Topps showing Star Wars characters Darth Vader, Boba Fett and R2-D2 from 2012 When local artist and illustrator Jason Goad found himself let go from his first commercial art job, he realized that the most […]

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Beyond the canvas


An imaginary world comes to life By Shayna V. McConville Photo: Amy Kollar Anderson’s painting “Madness,” served as an inspiration for her collaboration with Kettering Children’s Theatre for “Alice in Wonderland” A painter can depict a visual world in infinite new ways, translating their vision onto a canvas often bound for a gallery wall. What happens when […]

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In the face of Disaster

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Dayton Visual Arts Center presents Disaster: A Juried Members’ Show By Emma Jarman Photo: “Home of the Brave” by Guustie Alavado; cast glass on wood & acrylic The setting is ironic. Titled Disaster: A Juried Members’ Show, the exhibit sits peacefully on the second floor of the Dayton Convention Center. Softly lit and simply hung around the […]

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Art remembered


Local artist Willis “Bing” Davis presents Dayton Skyscraper 5 By Emily Kaiser Photo: “Urban Griot” by Willis “Bing” Davis; Photo collage of Daniel Beaty    When my Editor asked me to cover the Dayton Skyscraper 5 African American Artist Exhibition, it was a no-brainer for me. I love art and I especially love and appreciate art […]

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Fluid Dynamics

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The Oregon District gets new public sculpture  By Kevin J. Gray In early spring of 2012, the city of Dayton began an upgrade project of Patterson Boulevard for the stretch that runs from Sixth Street to Second Street, a segment of a project that will eventually link the University of Dayton to Riverscape. Part of […]

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Through the “global matrix”

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Discovering world printmaking at Wright State University Galleries  By Jud Yalkut The third in an ongoing record-breaking series of surveys of forms of printmaking around the world is on display in “Global Matrix III” at the Wright State University Galleries through Dec. 9. Initiated in 2002, the “Global Matrix” concept has materialized every five years […]

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In the master’s eyes


The photographic alchemy of Annie Leibovitz By Jud Yalkut Annie Leibovitz is an enigma, homespun or urbane, insouciant or deftly penetrating, but an enigma with a camera, a camera so incisive that it seems to absorb its subject’s soul. Her images capture American life and culture in ways commensurate with the attributes of her heroes, […]

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The “Limitless Views” of Stefan Chinov and Craig Lloyd


Local Landscapes and Antarctic Installations By Jud Yalkut Idealized Mid-Western rolling expanses and the untouched vastness of Antarctic environments are the dwelling places of the visions of Craig Lloyd and Stefan Chinov respectively in their joint exhibition at the Dayton Visual Arts Center running through June 16. Through their unique curatorial combination, new questions of […]

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Lighting Up The Night


Local Artists Thank The Community With Fiery Performance By Lara Donnelly Flames rise up in the dusk, illuminating painted faces and elaborate costumes. The thump of dance music beats beneath the mesmerizing flicker of fire. The Yellow Springs performance group, Soul Fire Tribe, will illuminate downtown this Friday with another one of their incendiary shows. […]

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The St. Vincent de Paul relief mission continues


  Gateway Shelter for Women and Families on W. Apple St is ready to help 24-hours a day.  By Tim […]

Mulling the merits of Merit Grill


Wide variety compromised by some puzzling choices The Merit Grill’s Carne Asada substituted sirloin for skirt steak, but the salsa, […]

Bread Baking Demystified

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The secrets to a delicious loaf of bread are in the details The process of properly kneading bread dough includes […]

It’s happening in Troy


Jazz vocalist Vanessa Rubin Music at The Troy-Hayner Center The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is welcoming the arrival of spring with […]

A tradition of storytelling

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Shannon McNally at Newport’s Southgate House Revival Singer-songwriter Shannon McNally By Dave Gil de Rubio Songwriting has always had a […]