Welcome to ArtStreet!
ArtStreet is an innovative learning and living arts complex located in the heart of the South Student Neighborhood at the University of Dayton. ArtStreet offers creative programs and spaces for the entire UD community to enjoy.
Find your inspiration in Studio D Gallery. Explore your creativity at one of our hands-on workshops. Grab a sandwich at Flyer Enterprises' student-run ArtStreet Café. Practice your guitar in one of our rehearsal rooms. Record your band's newest tracks in the Street Sounds recording studio. Plug in at a Thursday Night Live performance. Host your own show on Flyer Radio, 99.5 WUDR. Check out the latest indie film in our screening room. Anyone who wants to soak up the creative energy is welcome!
Right Here. Right Now.
From civil rights to person-on-person violence, human empathy to inner beauty, ArtStreet continues the creative investigation of the social and personal struggles that envelope the United States. Looking at life through an artistic lens, we aspire to innovate and impact the evolved social capital that all of us share. This spring, a powerful series of exhibits, films, workshops and exchanges will continue to examine and affect the cultural change we strive for.
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ArtStreet is not just a building, but an arts-based concept in living and learning in community. Beyond the opportunities afforded by the facility, ArtStreet administration also conducts numerous programs both on- and off-site that are designed to foster awareness about the arts all over campus. Through partnerships with a variety of units, from the College of Arts and Sciences to the Center for International Programs to Residence Life to the Rivers Institute, ArtStreet continually seeks and provides new ways of engaging learners through the arts.
ArtStreet offers hands-on workshops on a variety of topics throughout the year. Our weekly Wednesday Workshops are taught by students, faculty and visiting artists, with topics ranging from jewelry making to henna to printmaking. Technology Tuesdays offer an opportunity for students to learn audio recording and other audio-visual skills, while our Saturday Intensive Workshops allow students to explore more in-depth arts techniques.
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Thursday Night Live Music
Held every Thursday evening in the ArtStreet Café, this showcase of UD student musical talent is a campus favorite.
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Friday Film Series
From Oscar-nominated documentaries created by local filmmakers to our annual International Film Series, ArtStreet's Friday Film Series brings the world to UD through the perspective of the world's most interesting, eclectic, and talented directors.
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Studio D Gallery
From student, faculty and alumni exhibitions to traveling exhibitions and installations by professional artists, the ArtStreet Studio D Gallery puts art in the heart of the South Student Neighborhood.
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Creative Culture Exchange
Through the classic salon format of discussion and debate, Dayton and the University of Dayton campus come together to exchange creative thought on current artistic and social challenges. Moderated by Brian LaDuca, ArtStreet director. Learn more about the Creative Culture Exchange >>
ArtStreet's programmatic and fiscal support for a variety of visiting artist and artist-in-residence programs impact academic excellence at UD by providing students with hands-on experiences of creativity, diversity, and community in the student neighborhood and across campus. ArtStreet provides all students with the opportunity to access these programs and projects. In addition to our community and student artist in residence programs, ArtStreet has also hosted and sponsored local, national and international visiting visual and performing artists from New York, Maine, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, India, England, Lebanon, Rwanda, and more.
ArtStreet provides a $2 discount deal for UD students at the Neon Movies, a local independent alternative cinema. Discount given at theatre with valid UD student ID; available August - May only.
Join the ArtStreet Community
ArtStreet Living Learning Community
Each year, the ArtStreet Living Learning Community consists of 58 junior and senior students of all majors. All residents participate in the ArtStreet Experience class and in numerous art-related activities, projects, events, field trips, visiting artist workshops, etc.
ArtStreet Café is the only full-service café located in the heart of the student neighborhood on the University of Dayton campus. Owned and operated by Flyer Enterprises, the umbrella organization for UD’s student-run businesses, the café offers a wide variety of panini and bagel sandwiches, wraps, soups, salads, pastries, a breakfast menu, smoothies, The Blend espresso line and Boston Stoker Coffee.
Street Sounds Recording Studio
Street Sounds Recording Studio, a student organization at the University of Dayton, is a fully functional recording studio. Run and managed by students of UD, Street Sounds combines the features of a professional studio with the education of recording workshop.
WUDR Flyer Radio
Broadcasting from ArtStreet, WUDR Flyer Radio 99.5/98.1 is completely student run and operated. We bring you all the greats from the top pop, rock, and hip hop/R&B artists.
Reserve a Room at ArtStreet
Who can reserve space in ArtStreet?
- University departments
- University faculty, staff and student organizations
- Individual UD students, staff, and faculty
- Community groups conducting educational activities (rental fees apply, considered on a case-by-case basis, first priority to University events)
First priority is given to activities relating to ArtStreet mission and goals, but we also accommodate non-art related activities. ArtStreet reserves the right to determine appropriate use of space.
During fall and spring semesters, ArtStreet is open 8 am - midnight Monday - Friday, 12 pm - midnight Saturday and Sunday. During the summer session, ArtStreet is open Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4 pm.
PLEASE NOTE: Blue areas indicate booked events; gray areas indicate unavailable hours. Use "Filter" feature to select a future date. This calendar is subject to change and does not include pending reservations. Submitting a request does NOT guarantee your reservation. Requests will be processed in the order they are received; you will receive a response via email by the end of the next business day. If space is not available to accommodate your event, additional rooms are available for academic/department reservations at the Learning Teaching Center and Marianist Hall Learning Space. Questions about the reservation process or ArtStreet facilities should be directed to Nicole Rottmueller at (937)229-5101 or email@example.com.
Initiate Creative Curricula
From CAP collaborations and special-topics course development with faculty, to mini-courses, workshop series, and lecture-style presentations, ArtStreet offers, coordinates, facilitates and delivers a variety of curricular learning opportunities, often of a cross-disciplinary nature and serving students of any major.
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Reserve a Room
University faculty, staff and students are invited to reserve space at ArtStreet for meetings, class activities, or special events. Our facilities include an outdoor amphitheatre, screening room, non-traditional classroom, gallery, art studio, and music rehearsal space. Spaces are available free of charge for University purposes.
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Teach a Class at ArtStreet
ArtStreet is available for faculty members who wish to teach part or all of a course in an unconventional classroom setting. While ArtStreet's mission is to promote integrating learning and living through the arts, it is not necessary to be teaching an art class in order to access our facilities.
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Find Support for Your Research and Interests
Have an idea for a curricular or co-curricular project? Many faculty consider ArtStreet as a resource for research projects and other areas of interest. Past examples include visiting artists, special-interest film screenings, and use of facility to highlight faculty research. Contact Brian LaDuca, Director, for additional information: (937) 229-5101 or firstname.lastname@example.org.