Thursday, October 30, 2008

Lucky winner of the Giant Hairball

Yes! Local Artist Sarah Strong did consider herself lucky, and already has some interesting plans for this hairball made by
Nancy Mellon for the Village Artisans "Art About Cat's" exhibit prize drawing.

Looking forward to seeing what you do with it Sarah

Monday, October 27, 2008

Live at Peach's

Ruckus Roboticus with Skratchmatik
video by Mezzlab Multimedia

To learn a little more about Peach's Grill check out their MySpace page

For a listing of upcoming events and things to do in Yellow Springs
please visit the
Chamber of Commerce website

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

NonStop Presents

Wednesday, October 22

9:00 AM, Presbyterian Church, 314 Xenia Avenue - Chuck Taylor and James Johnston’s Sounds and Circuits class will host Antioch alum Dylan Hay who will demonstrate and perform altered circuit boards. Demonstrations will include: light activated 555 op-amp; Harmonic Series properties of a bowed string; beat phenomena between two sound source; and pitch phenomena in water-filled glass bottles. The public will have opportunities to participate and ask questions.

1:00 PM, Methodist Church, 202 S. Winter Street - Nevin Mercede and Isabella Winkler’s Culture and Interpretation class will host an exhibition and discussion of student work in writing and the visual arts.

3:00 PM, 140 Glen Street - Michael Brower, Antioch alum, former Professor of Political Economy and leader of a Center for Quality of Working Life, will lead a discussion of the trends, effects, causes, and cures of poverty in the workshop A World Without Poverty: Possible? Necessary? Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus in his book Creating a World Without Poverty writes that using Microcredit and Social Business we can and should do this.

7:00 PM, YS Library Meeting Room, 415 Xenia Avenue - Painter, author, and faculty emerita of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Antioch alum Deborah Curtiss will speak on A Passion for Visual Literacy. Her books include Introduction to Visual Literacy (1987) and Making Art Safely (1993).

For a complete listing of Festival Week events

please visit NonSTop calendar page at their site.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Gerry Fogarty at the YS Art Space

Gerry Fogarty is currently exhibiting her beautiful fabric art and assemblages at the Yellow Springs Arts Council Space located at 108 Dayton Street (above Sleep Design) on Dayton Street.
Gerry has had many exhibits, including the Dayton Art Institute, and is featured in a documentary film , Artists of Yellow Springs with Beth Holyoke by Joanne Caputo.

Thanks go out to the art space team, and especially to Nancy Mellon who prepared a delicious opening reception for Art Stroll Night.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Friday, October 10, 2008

Thursday, October 9, 2008

David Battle at Springfield Museum of Art

"Art Up Front… and What’s Behind It,”
The Springfield Museum of Art is currently exhibiting the work of David Battle whose drawings and paintings graced the covers of the Antioch Review. To learn a little more about the exhibit please visit Southern Creativity website.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Nevin Mercede at the Winds Cafe

Nevin Mercede
20 Degrees North, 50 Degrees East
October at the Winds Cafe in Yellow Springs, Ohio

To See information about the exhibit and the artist
please visit our gallery webpage.