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  • Crockett explores ‘dual selves’ in ‘4 a.m. Girl’ exhibition

    Iden Crockett again opens herself up to the world with “4 a.m. Girl,” an exhibition that will open to the public this Friday, March 15, with a reception beginning at 6 p.m. in the YS Arts Council’s Robert F. Baldwin Gallery.

  • Yellow Springs sculptor Jon Barlow Hudson installs newest work

    A major stainless steel sculpture by Yellow Springs-based sculptor Jon Barlow Hudson has been installed outside Ohio University’s Clippinger Chemistry Lab, which is being renovated. Entitled “EIDOLON:NATURE,” the work is 27 feet high by 16 feet in diameter.

  • ‘Sister Trillium’ group to recycle art supplies

    Sister Trillium, a recently formed nonprofit started by local creators Zoe Bryant, Allison Paul and Marie Hertzler, seeks to extend the life of art supplies through collecting unused supplies and selling them at a discounted rate at the Yellow Springs Farmers’ Market.

  • ‘Hidden in Plain Site’ exhibition opens at former Baptist church

    A painting, created by Bronx-based artist Rafaela Santos — with a simple color palette of reds, blues, whites and blacks — draws the eyes immediately when walking into the newly completed architecture studio, Crome Yellow Springs, formerly the church home of the predominately African American First Baptist Church.

  • 50 years of cooperative pottery

    Emerging as a collective of potters in 1973, the Yellow Springs Pottery cooperative, currently numbering around nine members, was founded by a group of four women coming together through a mutual love of pottery.

  • 2022 In Review | The Arts

    Impromptu music performances, live theater, new murals, book publications, films and so, so much more — Yellow Springs was a fountain of art in 2022.

  • Michael Casselli helms the Antioch College Herndon Gallery

    This summer, artist and Antioch College Associate Professor of Sculpture and Installation Michael Casselli was named the creative director of the on-campus Herndon Gallery.

  • Art collective’s works now on display

    The next time you step into The Winds, expect to be transported into a world of whimsical impressionism and colorful, modern improv — among other visual expressions.

  • Writing on the wall

    On Monday, Oct. 31, muralist and artist Pierre Nagley spent hours covering up the tags and graffiti that recently cropped up over his and Lindsay Burke’s tarot mural in Kieth’s Alley.

  • Unique art finds home in village

    With galleries and arts-centric programming aplenty, Yellow Springs is known not only for drawing in art-lovers, but also artists of all stripes themselves — including Lindsey Williams, a Centerville-based digital artist whose unique work has found a home at the local store Urban Handmade.

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