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Apr
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2024

Arts Section

  • Yellow Springs Film Fest to showcase ‘Mini-Fest’

    Yellow Springs Film Festival is gearing up to present its Mini-Fest at the historic Little Art Theatre Saturday, April 6, offering audiences a lineup of films that promise to leave a lasting impact.

  • The legacy of Raymond P. Harris, a forgotten Black artist

    “Artistry Re-Kindled: The Raymond P. Harris Retrospective Exhibit” — curated by Nearon in collaboration with the artist’s son, Robert Lee Harris — will debut at the Herndon Gallery at Antioch College on Saturday, April 6, with the exhibition on display through April 27. 

  • Farewell to a kiln, and its master

    With paper cranes folded by his children nestled as tinder among a stack of wood, on Friday, March 15, Brad Husk struck a flame and set the paper wings alight.

  • ‘OPEN’-ing hip-hop in Yellow Springs

    Local resident Justin Herman, with Yellow Springs’ burgeoning hip-hop community, is working to create an open space for creativity, collaboration and collective vision.

  • 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.

  • ‘The Hunchback Variations’ dissects creative process

    The Foundry Theater will welcome Chicago-based theater collective Theater Oobleck to its experimental black box theater stage for three performances of “The Hunchback Variations” Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16, at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, March 17, at 2 p.m.

  • X the Detective brings beats, unity to The Gulch Saloon

    A rhythmic detective has emerged in Yellow Springs, solving musical mysteries and bringing people together through the power of hip-hop.

  • Chamber Music in Yellow Springs to host PUBLIQuartet

    Chamber Music in Yellow Springs will continue its 2023–2024 season with a performance by the multi-Grammy-nominated PUBLIQuartet at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 10, in the sanctuary at First Presbyterian Church.

  • Women’s Voices Out Loud returns to Yellow Springs

    Linda Rudawski, Denise Cupps, Joan Chappelle, Janet Baer, Catherine Phillips, Lisa Russell, Linda Sikes and Kim Rohmann performing spoken word. (photo by Megan Bachman)

    An evening of Women’s Voices Out Loud performances will be held Saturday, March 9, 5–7 p.m., in Antioch College’s Herndon Gallery, with an accompanying installation of art to hang in the gallery through March 24.

  • World House Choir, MUSE to perform

    The World House Choir, pictured at its Sept. 8 performance of "Bayard Rustin: The Man Behind the Dream," will welcome new singers on Dec. 3. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    The World House Choir will join forces with MUSE, Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir, for the locally based community choir’s second annual “BREAD & ROSES: A Celebration of International Women’s Day” concert Friday, March 8.

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