Friday, June 25, 2010

Special Events: The Yellow Springs Experience

Ten days to… Interact with artists. Immerse yourself in learning. Join in the dance. Connect with the land. Play at the Carnivale. Delight your senses. Pursue a passion. Explore. Savor. Grow.

The Yellow Springs Experience, an Immersion in Arts & Culture embodying learning, nature, wellness, and the arts will run from July 9 through 18. Visitors can hone their acting skills, learn to throw pots, walk in Glen Helen, invigorate their bodies and get feedback on their fiction during the Experience.

For a List of Events and Workshops please visit


poster by Pierre Nagely

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Soul Fire Tribe at the Touchdown Jesus

Just had to post this video in light of recent events 


And no they didn't burn it down, mother nature did that.



Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Deb Housh Exhibit


Exploring concepts of home, growth and the artist's journey through international Adoption. Select pieces for sale benefit the "Bring Kenji Home" fund.
For more information contact the artist at 

Monday, June 14, 2010

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Rainbow Rumpus Presents

"Rainbow Rumpus is the world‘s only online literary magazine for children and youth with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) parents. "
The event will take place at the Rockford Chapel
515 President St., in Yellow Springs on Monday June 21st at 7p.m.

Please click above for larger text and print out information






Saturday, June 5, 2010

Notice Artists: Glen Helen Atrium Gallery - Call for Proposals


Proposals due by July 1, 2010 for art exhibitions in 2011

The Glen Helen Atrium Gallery is currently seeking artists for one-person and group art exhibitions for calendar year 2011. The Gallery now accepts submissions representing a broad range of subjects – a change from their past policy of showing only nature-themed art. Go to www.glenhelen.org and click on “art” to download the call for proposals. For questions contact Gallery Coordinator, Fran LaSalle, franohio@aol.com, (937) 767-2085. Proposals must be postmarked by July 1, 2010.

The Atrium Gallery is located in the Glen Helen Building at 405 Corry Street in Yellow Springs and is open seven days a week. The mission of the Atrium Gallery is to showcase high quality original art by emerging local and regional visual artists.

Artwork must be for sale and a 30% sales commission is retained by the Glen Helen Association, a non-profit organization whose mission is to support preservation and programs at Glen Helen and its 1,000-acre nature preserve. Glen Helen will provide publicity in area media and on the website. A selection committee of Yellow Springs-based art professionals will select exhibitions based on artistic merit from digital submissions of work.

ABOUT GLEN HELEN:
The Glen Helen Nature Preserve is a 1000-acre nature preserve owned by Antioch College and managed by the Glen Helen Ecology Institute, whose mission is to protect the Glen for present and future generations by engaging in land stewardship, education, community outreach and service, and research.

The Glen Helen Association is a non-profit volunteer organization whose mission is to support preservation and programs at Glen Helen and its 1,000-acre nature preserve.

For more information call Liz Schneiders at (937) 769-1902 x103 or visit http://www.glenhelen.org/.

spotted around town

Beth Holyoke - back of YS sign Dayton Yellow Springs Road


Walnut Street Garden

Sarah Strong's exhibit at Brother Bears Cafe


Craft Graffiti on Xenia Ave by the jafagirls