La Fin: Senior Portfolio Presentation and Exhibition
April 15 - May 1, 2013
Portfolio Presentations: Wednesday, April 17, 1-2 p.m. (ArtStreet Studio B)
Reception: Thursday, April 18, 4:30-6 p.m. (ArtStreet Studio D)
Featuring artwork created by select students graduating from the Department of Visual Arts: Meaghan Crowley, Breaan Gabel, Sabine Hahn, Laura Petrocci and Jill Pajka.
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March 18 - April 7, 2013
Reception : Wednesday, March 20 , 4:30–6:30 p.m.
Orpheus is the art and literary journal of the University of Dayton. Once known as The Exponent, this student-produced periodical has enjoyed 110 years of publication. Please note: the gallery will be closed March 28 - April 1 for Easter break.
Jud Yalkut: Visions and Sur-Realities
January 31 - March 7, 2013
Gallery 249 (College Park Center), ArtStreet Studio D Gallery, and Roesch Library Gallery
Opening Reception and Artist Talk: Thursday, January 31, 5-7 p.m., Gallery 249
Film Symposium: Friday, February 22, 8-10 p.m. and Saturday, February 23, 1-4 p.m., ArtStreet Studio B
Closing Reception and Artist Talk: Thursday, March 7, 5-7 p.m., Roesch Library Gallery
"Visions and Sur-Realities" is a three part retrospective exhibit of works by Jud Yalkut, internationally acclaimed pioneer of experimental film and video. Gallery 249 features video environments and collage media, ArtStreet presents "Holograms and Movie Machines," and Roesch Library Gallery exhibits works in collage media including literary journals and artist books (opens February 4).Presented by ArtStreet, University Libraries and the Department of Visual Arts.
Cities: Joel Whitaker
November 28 - December 14, 2012 and January 14 - 23, 2013
Opening reception: Wednesday, November 28, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Featuring new photographic works by visual arts faculty member Joel Whitaker.
"I consider the city and the photographic medium transitional; organic things that are constantly in flux, both physically and intellectually."
Citizens of the World Photography Exhibit
November 1-20, 2012
Opening Reception: Tuesday, November 6, 4:30-6 p.m.
Presented by ArtStreet and the Center for International Programs, this juried exhibit highlights student and faculty photography from their educational experiences abroad.
TODT Artist Collective
September 27 - October 25, 2012 | Gallery 249 (College Park Center) and ArtStreet Studio D Gallery
Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept. 27, 5-7 p.m., Gallery 249
The TODT Artist Collective, composed of three anonymous artists, has exhibited internationally for three decades, including an appearance on the cover of Art in America. This two-part exhibit will feature both 2-D and sculptural installation work, depicting a futuristic world controlled by science and government. Presented by the Department of Visual Arts and ArtStreet.
Water Works: Basia Irland
August 22 - Sept. 16, 2012
Reception: Thursday, September 13, 6-7 p.m., ArtStreet Studio D
Lecture: Thursday, September 13 at 7 p.m., McGinnis Center
Ice Book Launch: Friday, Sept. 14 at 4 p.m., Stewart Street Bridge (Bike parade from ArtStreet begins at 3 p.m.)
Eco-artist Basia Irland — a visiting artist working both with University of Dayton and Antioch College this year — offers a creative understanding of water while examining how communities of people, plants and animals rely on this vital element. Learn more about the artist at http://www.basiairland.com. Residency supported by Antioch College, University of Dayton’s ArtStreet, Arts Series, College of Arts and Sciences, Departments of English and Visual Arts, Marianist Environmental Education Center, Rivers Institute, SEE (Sustainability, Energy, and Environment) Initiative, and the Women’s Center.
Western Ohio Art Education Association Regional Art Exhibition
June 19 - 29, 2012
The exhibit features artwork from K-12 students throughout the Miami Valley region. The gallery is open Monday - Wednesday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4 pm, and Tuesday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 12 pm and 1 - 4 pm.
FIN: Senior Fine Art Student Exhibition
April 16-30, 2012
RECEPTION: Thursday April 19, 4:30 - 6 PM
Featuring artwork created by senior fine arts majors graduating from the Department of Visual Arts: Luke Effler - Brandon Lowery - Sarah Fortener - Sean Montgomery - Erin Gottron - Rebecca Roman. Presented by ArtStreet and the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Dayton.
Student Exhibition: Investigating the Female Form
March 21 - April 4, 2012
RECEPTION: Wednesday March 21, 6-8 PM
The exhibit will feature drawings and paintings of the female form created as part of an independent study project by visual arts students:
- Breann Gabel
- Erin Gottron
- Rebecca Roman
- Caroline Thomas
- Catherine Glubisz
- Tang Chloe
- Patsy Rowan
A Memory Rocket: Second Launch by Christian Schmit
February 13 - March 9, 2012
RECEPTION & GALLERY TALK: Thursday 16 February, 5-7 PM
WORKSHOP: Wednesday March 7, 7-9 PM
Presented by ArtStreet and the Sustainability, Energy and Environment (SEE) Initiative.
Using cardboard and other recycled materials, Cincinnati artist Christian Schmit will reconfigure his recent art installation entitled "A Memory Rocket" for the ArtStreet Studio D Gallery space. "A Memory Rocket" is a narrative installation work that depicts a character's mental survival after some undisclosed world-ending tragedy. The exhibition invites viewer participation, and will evolve over the course of the show.
From the River's Perspective
January 17 - February 3, 2012
RECEPTION: Friday Jan. 20, 4-5 PM
This exhibition highlights downtown Dayton's Great Miami River corridor between Island Metropark and the Stewart St. Bridge, with a focus on the bridges themselves. The installation shows a unique perspective of Dayton by presenting photographic montages of the numerous bridges from the viewpoint of a kayak in the river and the bicycle path.
This project is the result of a collaboration among director of ArtStreet, Susan Byrnes; local artist Dennie Eagleson; and the River Stewards, a cohort of students from the University of Dayton Rivers Institute. The group photographed a variety of images during the Institute's annual 2-day kayak/bike trip through Dayton in mid-August of 2011.
Citizens of the World Photography Exhibit
an exploration of world cultures through the eyes of the new generation
November 1–22, 2011
Now extended to December 9, 2011!
Opening Reception: Wednesday, November 2, 4:30 to 6 PM
This seventh annual juried exhibit features student and faculty photography from around the world. Sponsored by ArtStreet and the Center for International Programs. For a full schedule of events, visit http://www.udayton.edu/international/events/cotw.php
Photo by Yingxi Huang, China.
Oct. 3-27, 2011
Reception and panel discussion: Tuesday, Oct. 18, 6-8 PM
Curated by Jeffrey Cortland Jones, department of visual arts, this exhibit will feature small abstract and nonobjective work from 22 artists from throughout the United States. The panel discussion will include Jones and a few of the other artists.
Chris Ashley . Oakland . California
Paul Behnke . Brooklyn . New York
Ashlynn Browning . Raleigh . North Carolina
Timothy B. Buckwalter . Albany . California
Ron Buffington . Chattanooga . Tennessee
Marc Cheetham . Upper Saddle River . New Jersey
Brian Cypher . Burlington . Washington
Scott Grow . Las Vegas . Nevada
Matthew Langley . New York . New York
Daniel Levine . New York . New York
David T. Miller . Ambler . Pennsylvania
Lorri Ott . Cleveland . Ohio
Carrie Patterson . Leonardtown . Maryland
Jon Poblador . Phoenix . Arizona
Danielle Riede . Indianapolis . Indiana
Don Voisine . Brooklyn . New York
Ken Weathersby . Montclair . New Jersey
Michael Wille . Normal . Illinois
Douglas Witmer . Philadelphia . Pennsylvania
Paige Williams . Cincinnati . Ohio
Ian White Williams . Philadelphia . Pennsylvania
R.C. Wonderly . Las Vegas . Nevada
Installation by Migiwa Orimo
Exhibit: August 16 – September 23, 2011
Reception: Thursday, September 1, 5-7 PM
With her recent work, Slippage: 2010+2011, Tokyo born artist Migiwa Orimo continues to explore the "realm of disjunction," her ongoing motif of the last decade. Built upon an installation created in 2010, the artist added new elements to reflect the recent disaster in Japan.