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Arts Section :: Page 2

  • Czech group Bennewitz Quartet next up for CMYS

    Chamber Music in Yellow Springs will present the Bennewitz Quartet on Feb. 11.

    On Sunday, Feb. 11, Chamber Music in Yellow Springs will present the Bennewitz String Quartet.

  • Hamilton honored as ‘Great Ohioan’

    Local children’s author Virginia Hamilton was given Great Ohioan Award by the Ohio Statehouse this week.

  • Submissions open for fifth edition of Ripples

    Submissions are now open for the Senior Center's literary journal by and featuring local elders, Ripples.

    Ripples, a literary journal by and about Yellow Spring elders, is currently accepting
    submissions for its fifth edition.

  • Stringing us along

    Spectators and participants in the Cello Springs Festival 2018 technique workshop include, from left, Paul Van Ausdal, Jane Baker (partially obscured), Chiara Enderle, Miriam and Eleanor Liske-Doorandish and Joshua Dent. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    About 15 cellists gathered at Rockford Chapel Saturday, Jan. 6, for a technique workshop, part of the 2018 Cello Springs Festival.

  • Cello Springs returns to village

    Cello Springs Festival, an 11-day cello extravaganza, returns to Yellow Springs with a series of public, semi-public and private events through Saturday, Jan. 13. From left, are co-directors Miriam and Lisa Liske-Doorandish and Chiara Enderle. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    Like snowbirds of a sort, cello players from far and away have descended on Yellow Springs in recent days for the second annual Cello Springs Festival.

  • DPO brings cello and harp quartet to Emporium

    Cello and harp sounds will emanate from the Emporium on Saturday, Jan. 13.

    The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance, or DPAA, announced EDGE, a performing arts series filled with “unconventional performances in unconventional places,” with all concerts being free and open to the public.

  • 2017 year in review — The Arts in Yellow Springs

    Antioch College’s Herndon Gallery is hosting “Schizomaica,” a show by Jamaican-born artist Kamar Thomas, currently visiting assistant professor of visual arts at Antioch. Up for a few more weeks, the show features 19 works in oil and charcoal, including “Selfie 3,” pictured here at right. A reception and painting demonstration will be held on Thursday, April 20, from 7 to 9 p.m. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    2017 year in review — The Arts in Yellow Springs

  • YS Ukulele Club to start up

    Beginners are especially welcomed to join the YS Ukulele Club.

    Beginning Wednesday, Jan. 10, the YS Ukulele Club will meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, 6–8:30 p.m., at the YS Arts Council

  • Visual artists, poets, dancers sought for Cello Springs concert

    The Cello Springs Festival, first held in January 2017, will return in January 2018. Participants and volunteers are being sought.

    The Cello Springs Festival is seeking visual artists, poets and dancers who would like to collaborate for a concert at Glen Helen’s Vernet Auditorium to be held on Wednesday, Jan. 10 at 7:30 p.m.

  • Bill Felker’s new book offers riches of home

    Local almanac writer Bill Felker recently published a new book, “Home Is the Prime Meridian,” a collection of nature essays drawn from his News columns and elsewhere. Pictured here in his greenhouse with a bound version of his daybook, Felker recalled how his wife’s gift of a barometer in 1972 got him started on observing weather patterns and other natural phenomena. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Camel crickets in the tub. Robinsong and its absence. A koi pond in winter. Hepatica, violet cress, bloodroot, Virginia bluebells. The “iconography” of light on a wall. Memories of adolescent devotion in a Catholic seminary. All of these subjects illuminate local almanac writer Bill Felker’s new book.

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