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Arts Events: May 16, 2017

A radiant collection of paintings representing historic and modern interpretations of Mary, by regional artist Holly Schapker, greet visitors to the Marian Library through June 9. Enjoy this work and other inspiring arts experiences during the upcoming weeks.

Mary's Flowers in Contemporary Art

March 25 – June 9, 2017 in the Marian Library Gallery

The 24 oil paintings in this exhibit, by Cincinnati artist Holly Schapker, are an attempt to bring together, in a harmonious way, three facets of Marian art: nature, history, and spirituality. The exhibit is an inviation to visio divina, a meditation about Our Lady, and her meaning for us, as tradition and new insights suggest. The Marian Library is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

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First Fridays, Summer 2017

Friday, June 2 from 5 - 8 p.m. in Downtown Dayton

Explore Dayton and attend this art hop which features a sample of arts, music, food, shopping and more! U.S. students are invited to join IEP students in an evening out to exchange conversation and explore the artistic talents of the local arts community. Limited space available, students are encouraged to register to secure their seats in the van. Sponsored by the Intensive English Program in the Center for International Programs.

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