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  • Conversations on activism and art at Antioch

    An international exhibit of socially engaged art featuring archived documentation from 22 projects that blurs the boundary between activism and art runs at Antioch College’s Herndon Gallery in South Hall April 18 through May 16. Co-curators of “Living as Form (The Nomadic Version)” are Antioch visual arts professor Sara Black, center, and Antioch artists in residence Jillian Soto, left, and Anthony Romero, right, who recently worked on the exhibition at the Herndon. The three artists will host the first of three weekly conversations about the exhibit at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 23. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    When is activism also art? A new exhibit at the Herndon explores the question, and the first of three weekly conversations with co-curators on “Living As Form” is Wednesday, April 23.

  • BLOG — New Fence

    A close up of Sherraid Scott's cat in the center of her board that she's carving as part of the Fence Art Gallery. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases a not so over looked corner of downtown, Limestone Street and Xenia Ave. Construction on the new hotel is about to begin and to help hide the mess, Jim Hammond teamed up the Yellow Springs Arts Council and the Yellow Springs Community Foundation to build a temporary art gallery fence.

  • Antioch College to host photographer Anne Noble

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    New Zealand photographer, educator and researcher Anne Noble will present “From Antarctica to the Honey Bee: In Search of An Ecological Sublime” on Wednesday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. in McGregor Hall, room 113 on the Antioch College campus.

  • Community orchestra to perform concerto for flute and harp

    The YS Community  Orchestra performing a holiday concert in 2011 with the YS Community Chorus.

    The YS Chamber Orchestra presents its Spring concert with music by Mozart and Haydn this weekend.

  • Art around town

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    Art events around town for the week of March 27–April 3, 2014

  • Artist reception at Winds to benefit hospital

    Libby Rudolf paints watercolors, large and small, inspired by the beauty of The Glen Helen Nature Preserve as well as other natural spaces around the country.

    Libby Rudolf’s “Watercolors: Color and Light” reception will be held on Sunday, March 30, 4–6 p.m., at the Winds.

  • Documentarian asks what makes community

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    What is it about Yellow Springs that gives the town such a strong sense of community?
    That’s the question that local filmmaker Patti Dallas asks more than 30 local people in the first part of a new documentary series on the village, “Yellow Springs — Exploring the Elements of Community.”

  • Battle comes home, with clarinet

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    Yellow Springs native and one-time Yellow Springs News paper carrier Mark Battle will return to town with his clarinet in tow next week to perform a house concert with colleague and friend, pianist George Lopez.

  • Concert series celbrates 30 years— CMYS built on Antioch’s shoulders

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    The local First Presbyterian Church sanctuary is quite lovely, but ever thought of comparing it to, say, Carnegie Hall? The same small string, wind and vocal ensembles that play under the big lights in New York City, Paris and Tokyo, also play in this little Ohio town, the improbable seat of a world-class chamber music series known as Chamber Music Yellow Springs.

  • Theater review— Players do justice to ‘Pirates’

    The Yellow Springs High School Drama Club and the YSHS Theatre Arts Association present Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Pirates of Penzance” at the Mills Lawn Auditorium on March 21–23. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    If you are up for a jaunty two hours gallivanting about with pirates, daughters and policemen, find a seat in the center section at Mill Lawns Auditorium for the Yellow Springs High School production Pirates of Penzance.

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