2016 saw a lot of artistic endeavors in the village, from Shakespeare on the Antioch College lawn to murals in the alleys to the completion of the art trashcan project. (Photo by Matt Minde)
Miriam Eckenrode Saari and Garrett Young danced to sprightly music by the Corndrinkers during a rehearsal of “Much Ado About Nothing.” Presented in July by Yellow Springs Theater Company, the play revived the tradition of Antioch Area Theatre’s 1950s Shakespeare Under the Stars on the Antioch campus. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)
Sarah Dixon rendered legendary pop/funk/rock musician Prince, while Pierre Nagley continued work on an abstract study in yellows and oranges with white swirls in Kieth’s Alley. (Photo by Matt Minde)
About 30 dancers, including Katy Gaines, Angie Bogner and Sasha Mrozinski, performed in the annual Community Dance Concert, held at the Foundry Theater in February. (Photo by Carol Simmons)
Speaking Suns guitarist Jacob Diebold and drummer David Byrne played at the Snowflake Soiree on Dec. 23. The annual event, now in its fifth year, raises funds for Glen Helen. (Photo by Aaron Zaremsky)
The Rolston Quartet won the 31st annual Competition for Emerging Professional Ensembles last spring, part of the Chamber Music Yellow Springs series. (Submitted photo)
Ellen Maddow and Antioch College Associate Professor of Performance Louise Smith presented their original performance piece, “Fat Skirt, Big Nozzle,” at the Foundry Experimental Theater last June. (Submitted photo)
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