This art exhibit is PACKED with Dayton's most talented artists / photographers & sculptors representing all things Horror & Halloween! All paid entries will receive a ballot to vote on their favorite piece, the most votes will win a CASH PRIZE!!!
Do you enjoy the new painting and drinking trend? Well why not add craft making to the mix? Corks and Crafts, a new local business, is traveling around town teaching you how to make the latest and greatest craft projects while socializing with friends and family. This small local business explains their concept further: "We began our Corks and Crafts adventure this year, connecting people with their inner artists and craftsmen. We are four teachers on a mission to get people in touch with their creativity and to help people make socializing a priority! Our events take place at various … [Read more...]
The one-of-a-kind, large scale models of American landmarks made completely out of Lego® bricks will entertain customers with stunning visuals and fun facts.
Started in 2005 by artist Molly Crabapple, the concept is simple: Artists draw glamorous models, compete in contests, and win drinks and prizes.
“Danny Lyon: Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement” to Open at Antioch College’s Herndon Gallery
Photographer and filmmaker Danny Lyon captured some of the civil rights movement's most compelling moments, from the March on Washington, from the March on Washington, to the aftermath of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama.
The streets of The Greene will come alive today as artists create living art using only pastel chalk to bring awareness to national mental health awareness month from 10am - 10pm!
A comprehensive look at more than 100 works by American Impressionists from the 1880s through the 1940s, including John Singer Sargent, Mary Cassatt, William Merritt Chase, Childe Hassam, John Twachtman, and many others.
Artists, artist teams, designers and architects are invited to submit proposals for a new public artwork to be located at the City of Kettering’s Southdale Park and Habitat Environmental Center. The artist will design, fabricate and install a permanent, site-specific piece using approximately 120 aluminum tiles created by Kettering City Schools students. The tiles were created during a special aluminum casting event with the foundry team of Bernie Carreno of Austin, TX. The Habitat Environmental Center offers numerous programs and events throughout the year, as well as ecologically themed … [Read more...]
For the second year in a row, Shayna V. McConville, Cultural Arts Manager for the City of Kettering, has put together and shared with us her look back at the best of 2014. We hope you enjoy it! Another year of amazing art exhibitions, artists and events!
Deco Japan introduces the spectacular craftsmanship and sophisticated designs of Japan’s contribution this rich period in world history and visual culture.