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News Archive

A New Identity

Identification is an entirely new body of work created by Amy Kollar Anderson specifically for ArtStreet. More >>

Created Equal

A powerful documentary film series and campus discussions will explore the history of civil rights in America. More >>

A Life of Music

The University community remembers a beloved music lecturer who encouraged everyone to sing along.  More >>

From the Blues to Broadway

A six-part film and discussion series will explore the history and influences of America's music. More >>

Let the Music Play


The University of Dayton will continue the legacy of Cityfolk's jazz programming. More >>

Leaving a Legacy


The Cityfolk Board of Trustees this week voted unanimously to dissolve the organization and transfer its assets to the University of Dayton. More >>

Provocative Performance


An innovative dance group with local ties and recently featured on America's Got Talent will return to Dayton this month for a week of energetic performances and discussions. More >>

Art Exhibit Explores Human Rights


An international roster of artists will display their works exploring human rights at Gallery 249. More >>

Cityfolk Musicians to Perform at 1World Celebration


Celebrate the intercultural experience of 1World Celebration, ArtStreet’s spring festival coming up this Friday, April 19. More >>

Read the Flyer News article >>

Out of Our Minds 


Sir Ken Robinson, one of the pre-eminent thought leaders on creativity, brings his inspirational message to campus April 16. More >>

Student art on display in Horvath Exhibition 


The Horvath Exhibition, a juried art exhibition that features student artwork in a variety of media, takes place annually in the spring. More >>

Showcase of talents at Celebration of the Arts 


More than 250 University of Dayton students will show off their artistic talents during a free two-night Celebration of the Arts on April 8 and April 17. Read the Dayton Daily News article >>

Read the Dayton City Paper article >>

Bare: A Pop Opera


The University of Dayton rarely pushes the envelope with its theatrical productions, but "bare" changes that. More >>

UD Arts Blog: An interview with Ben Huey >>

Undergrads Shine at DVAC's 'Cline Show'


Budding artists in area universities and colleges are taking flight at the Dayton Visual Arts Center. More >>

Litfest 2013


The university's bi-annual literary festival returns this spring with writing workshops, a poetry slam and public readings from renowned authors. More >>

Dayton Contemporary Dance Company

Experience the Creative Culture Exchange


This series of events brings together both local and national artists in order to discuss and challenge the way we view arts organizations and what they have to offer. More >>

Jenna Gomes

Theatre Students Nominated for Scholarship Competition


Jenna Gomes and Alex Chilton have been selected to represent the University of Dayton Theatre Program in the prestigious Kennedy Center Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Competition. More >>

Michael Mizrahi

Bright Motion and Beautiful Music


World-renowned pianist Michael Mizrahi took a few minutes to chat with the Dayton City Paper in preparation for Sunday's Arts Series concert. More >>

Beats of ArtStreet

Beats of ArtStreet


Beats of ArtStreet, available for free download, features 14 original songs written, recorded, and produced by UD students. More >>

Genghis Barbie

Genghis Barbie to Perform


With painted horns and colorful personalities to match, Genghis Barbie is headed to UD as part of the Arts Series.  More >>

Nick Fister

The Dream is Alive


A candid, improvised piano performance of Requiem for a Dream went viral and boosted a business major's dream of a career in music.  More >>

Jud Yalkut

Visions and Sur-Realities


The University of Dayton is celebrating the long and internationally acclaimed career of local artist Jud Yalkut whose works have been displayed at some of the world's finest art museums.  More >>

View the Dayton City Paper article >>

Listen to the WYSO interview >>

View Jud Yalkut's interview on Fox 45 News >>

American Dream and Zoo Story

Work of ‘innovative’ playwright addresses social issues


Beginning Friday, Jan. 25, the University of Dayton Theatre Program will present “The American Dream” and “Zoo Story.”  More >>

Flyer News review (1.31.13) >> 

Vinyl Party

Unbroken Record


ArtStreet hosted a series of events in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. on Friday, Jan. 18, featuring music from the civil rights era and a Spike Lee documentary.  More >>

Read the Flyer News article >>

Basia Irland

Residency with Eco-Artist Basia Irland


Basia Irland, eco and water artist, will be returning to the area to participate with a group of Antioch College and University of Dayton students in an immersive workshop that will focus on the health and biodiversity of local creeks and springs.   More >>

Gamelan Ensemble

Cultural Music Groups Come Together


This Friday, Nov. 30, the University of Dayton’s Javanese Gamelan and World Music Choir will perform together in the Kennedy Union Ballroom.  More >>

The Cuban Connection

The Cuban Connection


Dayton will feel the sunny warmth of a more tropical climate when Cityfolk presents The Cuban Connection: Jane Bunnett, Hilario Durán, and Candido Camero on Wednesday, November 14 at the University of Dayton’s Boll Theatre. More >>

Metal Rules the Globe

Heavy Metal and Globalization


Join scholars Dr. Mark Levine, Dr. Jeremy Wallach, Dr. Deena Weinstein, and Dr. Esther Clinton at the University of Dayton’s symposium on the influence of heavy metal on world culture. More >>

Music from China

Music Bridges Gap Between East & West


Fox45 visits with the musicians of Music From China as they prepare for this week's Arts Series concerts. More >>

Winter's Tale

Theatre Season Opens with 'Winter's Tale'


Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” will open the Theatre Program's 2012-13 season Friday in the Kennedy Union Boll Theatre. More >>

Yeck Fellowship

Figured Out


Two UD students have been selected for the Dayton Art Institute's 2012 Yeck Fellowship program.  More >>

Assad Brothers

Family Portraits You Can Hear


The University of Dayton Arts Series presents PorMusica Chamber Orchestra and the Assad Brothers on October 13thMore >>


TODT's 'Heartland' Exhibit Opens


Artwork from the internationally renowned TODT Artist’s Collective will be exhibited at the University of Dayton from Thursday, Sept. 27, through Oct. 25More >>

Marilyn Hart

Painting from the Hart


Artist Marilyn Hart expresses her love and admiration for Mary through her paintings, highlighted in a new exhibit at the Marian Library. More >>

Fatoumata Diawara

Fatoumata Diawara Kicks Off U.S. Tour at UD


Fatoumata Diawara, a singer, songwriter and guitarist from West Africa, begins her first tour of the United States on Thursday at the University of Dayton. Read the Dayton Most Metro article >>

Read the Dayton Daily News article >>

Nick Fister

Play It By Ear


Meet senior Nick Fister, a pianist with millions of YouTube fans and a plan to make it on the bigger screens of Hollywood. More >>

Kaitlin Meme

Annual Art Hop Showcases Student Artwork


University of Dayton’s Artist-in-Residence program is inviting students, faculty, staff and the Dayton community to the sixth annual Art Hop on Tuesday, Sept. 11. More >>

University of Dayton

Dream Team


Eboo Patel, Nicholas Kristof and Isabel Wilkerson headline the 2012-2013 University of Dayton Speaker Series. More >>

Basia Irland

Ice Books


An "ice book" filled with local seeds is set to be launched into the Great Miami River next week as part of an eco artist's residency at the University of Dayton. More >>


Theatre Program Receives 12 DayTony Awards


The DayTony Awards are presented by the Dayton Theatre Hall of Fame to recognize outstanding performances at Dayton area theatres. More >>

Return - Amy Sacksteder

Artsy alumni making 'Return' to UD


University of Dayton alumni Amy Sacksteder and Ryan Feeney will make their “return” to Dayton with an art exhibit of the same name. More >>

Basia Irland

Water Works


Eco-artist Basia Irland visited Dayton in mid-August in preparation for her September week-long residency at the University of Dayton. More >>

China Institute

A Soaring Finale


Music faculty and students and the world-class Dayton Contemporary Dance Company capped the grand opening of the University's China Institute. More >>

Brian LaDucaPassion for Art, Education


The managing director of the nation's oldest college theater program has been tapped to lead ArtStreet, a learning and living arts complex on campus. More >>

China Institute

East Meets West


Students will perform with the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company in China to celebrate the Aug. 8 opening of the University of Dayton China Institute. More >>

Manifold GreatnessA Profound Influence


Roesch Library will mark the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible with a traveling exhibit, lectures and a rare first edition. More >>