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Eli Kessler: Structural Deviation

Eli Kessler: Structural Deviation March 11 – April 13 Eli Kessler’s (Kent, OH) sculptures explore the history of entertainment, technology, and materiality. His sculptures are created from repurposed objects, steel, carved wood, vinyl, and other mixed media examine particular artifacts, rituals, and cultural phenomena. Kessler earned a BFA from Tyler School of Art, Temple University … Continued

Reni Gower: GEOmatrix: The Perfect Proof

Reni Gower: GEOmatrix: The Perfect Proof March 11 – April 13 Reni Gower (Mechanicsville, VA) cuts paper to into “perfect” forms (circles, squares, and triangles) to create immersive installations.  GEOmatrix will create a space where the viewer experiences luminous and contemplative designs that instill a sense of respite and mindfulness.  Using sacred geometry referencing Celtic and Islamic … Continued

Reni Gower: GEOmatrix: The Perfect Proof

What is unique about your process and how does this define your practice? I am an interdisciplinary artist who works in many different mediums: i.e. painting, printmaking, papercutting. No matter the medium, I work slowly to create artwork that fosters mindfulness. Enticed through touch, repetition, and beauty, my work also encourages a physical and contemplative … Continued

Dayton/Kyoto Print Exchange: Everyday Life

Dayton/Kyoto Print Exchange: Everyday Life December 2, 2023 – January 6, 2024 The Dayton/Kyoto Print Exchange grew out of friendships and studies in printmaking in 2002 and involves a yearly exchange of prints between Kyoto, Japan print-based artists and artists at the Dayton Printmakers Co-op. Over twenty years later, this annual tradition continues and contains … Continued

Eli Kessler: Structural Deviation

What is unique about your process and how does this define your practice? As an artist, my practice involves finding relationships between making processes and techniques, materials, imagery, and forms. My artwork incorporates a range of processes that developed at various points in history. Old processes like wood carving exist in the same space as … Continued

34th ANNUAL DAYTON AREA WORKS ON PAPER JURIED EXHIBITION

34th ANNUAL DAYTON AREA WORKS ON PAPER JURIED EXHIBITION January 22 – March 1, 2024 Reception: Saturday, January 27, 1 – 3 pm Free and open to the public Works on Paper is a juried exhibition for artists living within a 40-mile radius of Dayton, Ohio. This year, 97 individual artists submitted a total of 241 pieces. … Continued

Meg Lagodzki: In the Landscape

Meg Lagodzki: In the Landscape December 2, 2023 – January 6, 2024 Through painting, drawing and collage, Meg Lagodzki (Bloomington, IN) creates her own “iconography of images that tell a story of my relationship to the Midwest landscape.” Lagodzki begins her paintings with plein air sketches. Returning to the same familiar outdoor spaces on multiple … Continued

Heritage Tree Program

Honoring Exceptional Kettering Trees The City of Kettering Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department is pleased to launch a new initiative called the Heritage Tree Program, recognizing exceptional trees that enhance the character and natural landscape of our community. This celebratory program allows us to appreciate the environmental and aesthetic gifts provided by the remarkable … Continued

Strength and Stretch

A total body workout for all fitness levels. Improve your strength and endurance by utilizing hand weights, resistance bands and other equipment as well. The class will end with a full body stretch.

Works on Paper Juried Exhibition

Rosewood Arts Center in Kettering, Ohio announces a call for entries for the 34th annual Works on Paper exhibition, a juried exhibition for artists living within a 40-mile radius of Dayton, Ohio. Entries must be original works in any media (2-D or 3-D) on or of paper, completed within the last four years and not … Continued

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