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Arts Section :: Page 20

  • Politics, music (and blood) in YSTC’s Caesar

    Aaron Saari (left), in the title role of Julius Caesar, and Jared Mola, as Brutus, rehearse the moment Caesar learns of his trusted comrade’s ultimate betrayal, in preparation for Yellow Springs Theater Company’s presentation of Shakespeare’s political tragedy, July 14–15 and 21–22, under the stars on the grounds behind Mills Lawn School. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    Inspired by the renowned Antioch Shakespeare festivals of the 1950s, the YSTC performances of ‘Julius Caesar’ will be presented Fridays and Saturdays, July 14–15 and 21–22, in the field behind Mills Lawn School, with live music starting at 7 p.m. and the play’s opening at 8.

  • World House Choir seeks new members; will host guest artist DeMore

    The World House Choir is rehearsing Paul Winter’s Missa Gaia for a local performance Friday and Saturday, Sept. 11 and 12, at 7 p.m. at the Antioch College Amphitheatre. Above, from left are basses Lucas Bautista (obscured), Ron Siemer, Frank Fortino, Nick Daily and David Seitz. (Submitted Photo by Liz Mersky)

    The World House Choir will welcome new singers at its rehearsal on Monday, July 10, in the Foundry Theater on the Antioch College campus.

  • Writers with deep Yellow Springs roots speak

    Former YSHS classmates Shuly Cawood, author of ‘The Going and Goodbye,’ and Denise Jacobs, author of ‘Banish Your Inner Critic,’ will talk about their new books at an event Saturday, July 1, at the Little Art Theatre, beginning at 1 p.m. Admission is free. (Submitted photos)

    YSHS graduates Shuly Cawood and Denise Jacobs both have newly published books that are similar only in that they each, in individually distinct ways, involve self-discovery.

  • Marianne Britton’s fabric art now on exhibit

    The multi-layered wall hanging Black Veil is one of about 50 works by the late fabric artist Marianne Britton on display in a new exhibition at Springfield Museum of Art. (Submitted photo)

    A memorial exhibition representing a wide selection of works by Marianne Britton, including quilts, wall hangings and fabric pictures, is currently on display through late September at the Springfield Museum of Art.

  • Tucki Bailey headlines Dayton Jazz Festival

    Local musician Tucki Bailey will headline the Dayton Jazz Festival this Sunday, June 11. She and her band, Tucki and the Vagabonds, will perform at 7 p.m. at Riverscape MetroPark.

  • Silent auction to benefit potter Bruce Grimes

    Local potter Lisa Goldberg is organizing a silent auction and fundraiser for her close friend and colleague, Bruce Grimes. It will take place at the Yellow Springs Brewery on Tuesday, June 13, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. (Submitted photo)

    Villagers can help local potter Bruce Grimes rebuild after a devastating studio fire. There will be a silent auction and fundraiser at the YS Brewery this Tuesday, June 13, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

  • See private art, gardens at Art House-Hop

    The Art House-Hope returns on June 25, and will include stops at local gardens this year.

    The YSAC will present the annual Art House-Hop on Sunday, June 25, noon–5 p.m.

  • Second annual Ohayo Ohio opens in Yellow Springs

    The second annual Ohayo Ohio event will include a Washi papermaking workshop with Antioch alum and MacArthur Fellow Tim Barrett, who studied Japanese printmaking in Japan. He is shown here with participants at last year’s event. (Submitted Photo)

    Ohayo Ohio returns to Yellow Springs, with a “mini-festival” of programs and workshops through Friday, May 26, including several free events.

  • YSHS students explore stereotypes in new art book

    A sample page from "Flipping Stereotypes."

    YSHS art students recently collaborated to create “Flipping Stereotypes,” a book of drawings that seeks to ask: “What is the ‘average American?’”

  • Springsfest returns on July 8; advance tickets on sale now

    Springsfest returns to Yellow Springs on July 8, bringing a day of beer, food and live music to the lawn of the Bryan Center.