Saturday, June 23, 2007

Children's Art Show at the Emporium

If you haven't been to the Emporium lately, you simply must go see the Children's Art Show adorning the walls. Many of Yellow Springs' tiniest artists feasted on cookies and milk at the opening reception as they showed off their work. The Emporium continues to be a hub of intergenerational happenings in Yellow Springs. The Children's Art Show will be up through end of June.

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Call to Automotive Artists

The organizers of the Ohio PT Cruiser Car Show being held at Young's Jersey Dairy in July is looking for artists who would be willing to volunteer their time to paint a car for a raffle.
Please contact Mike Peirano at: PEIRANOM@AOL.COM
For more information about the event please visit PTCRUISERBUS website.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Art Stroll Night June 15th

A loo with a view: The Chamberpot Gallery

Opening reception with music by dj drewmas, refreshments and food. For directions and information please visit The Chamberpot Gallery website.

"would you, could you" IN A FRAME will have their opening for their miniature show.
A small sample of the work is on a slide show on their website.

Yellow Springs is getting a new bench and the grand ribbon cutting will be art stroll night. This is no ordinary bench, but a local masterpiece that will elicit some oohs and ahs, honest!

New Resident Jennifer Horner has opened an exciting new place in Yellow Springs called "Creative Explorations: a women's retreat studio" that centers on personal growth and restoration. The studio will be open to the public 6 until 9pm art stroll night, and is located above global gallery at 253 Xenia Avenue.

These are just a few of the events out of many that will make the evening a fun night out.

Pick up a Yellow Springs News for a listing of openings and events, or check back here for more info or links.
Chamber of Commerce

Loo with a view: ChamberPot Gallery, Yellow Springs, Ohio

Friday, June 8, 2007

TAG Street Art Workshop

There's a new group in Yellow Springs and they go by the name TAG. The Teen Art Group is under the sponsorship of the Yellow Springs Arts Council and is being led by YSAC Youth/Teen Liaison, Deborah Housh. TAG's street art inspired painting workshop begins on Tuesday, June 12 and will meet for four sessions in the month of June. One of the goals of TAG is to bring resident artists and teens together. Local painter and street muralist, Pierre Nagley will join the workshop as and artist-in-residence. TAG has several art-related events planned for the summer and the group is free and open to local teens. For more information or to join TAG, vist

Sunday, June 3, 2007

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