Galleries & Museums

 

BOONSHOFT MUSEUM OF DISCOVERY

2600 DeWeese Parkway, Dayton - 275-7431

Thru 1/27  The Art of Holly K. Coovert – Detailed wildlife artwork depicting a wide range of species with extreme attention to detail.

Thru  5/14  Engineer It! – Visitors of all ages explore the fun and creative sides of engineering by designing boats, windmills, airplanes, buildings and bridges and then testing their performance in wind tunnels, earthquake simulators and water tanks.

 

 

THE CANNERY ART & DESIGN CENTRE

434 E. Third St., Dayton - 228-2232

Ongoing – Exhibits by more than 20 local artists. Including painting, pottery, jewelry, sculpture and photography.

2/1  “First Friday” open houses feature music, wine and light hors d’oeuvres  6 – 10 pm.

 

 

DAYTON ART INSTITUTE

458 Belmonte Park North, Dayton - 229-3909

Thru  1/31  Samuel H. Kress Loans: Cultural Democracy – Installation of remarkable Renaissance oil paintings on loan from The Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia.

Thru  4/20  The Creative Eye: Photographic Works by Marc Suda & Sean Wilkinson – Dayton photographers works are exhibited in the Regional Gallery.

Thru  4/30  Sitting Pretty Around the World – Hands-on children’s exhibition focuses on the chairs we sit on everyday, which take on many forms depending on their function or the culture that made them.

 

 

DAYTON VISUAL ARTS CENTER

118 N. Jefferson St, Dayton - 224-3822

Thru 2/2  Teresa Dunn, Ben Duke and Robert McCann: Figurative Fictions

Thru 2/2  Jud Yalkut: Sea Islands

2/4 –3/8  REACH Across Dayton: Gary Harwood  Documentary photography – portrait of an Ohio migrant community rich in social capital

 

 

GALLERY SAINT JOHN

Bergamo – Mt. St. John

4400 Shakertown Rd., Beavercreek

Thru  2/17  Wanda Wonders: New works Charles Wanda, SM

 

 

MARIAN LIBRARY

University of Dayton

300 College Park - 229-4214

Thru 3/30  When Words Become Pictures:  Our  Lady Calligraphed by Ann Bain, Dayton artist.

 

 

ROSEWOOD GALLERY

2655 Olson Dr., Kettering - 296-0294

Thru 2/1  Pam Adams and Tamie Beldue Exhibition: Exhibition of paintings by Pam Adams of Dayton and drawings by Tamie Beldue of South Vienna, OH.

 

SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Burnell R. Roberts Triangle Gallery

444 West Third Street, Bldg. 13, Dayton - 512-5381

Thru  1/31  Bridgette Bogle Exhibition

2/4 – 3/8  R.E.A.C.H – Laura Kina: Reception 2/28 from 7-9 pm

 

 

SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ZoneVI Photography Gallery

444 West Third Street, Bldg. 13, Dayton - 512-5381

Now – 1/31  Sarah Sorg Exhibition: Gelatin Silver prints, long exposures, nocturnal scenes.

2/4 – 3/8  R.E.A.C.H – Stafford Hiroshi Smith: Reception 2/28 from 7-9 pm

 

 

Performing Arts & Events

 

1/30  Wed

 

The Fantasticks  7 pm Musical by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt is the longest running show in New York history! Thru 2/3  WSU Festival Playhouse, 3640 Col. Glenn Hwy., Dayton  
775-2500

Chicago  8 pm   Broadway’s most popular musical – a razzle-dazzle tale of sin and celebrity. Thru 2/3  Schuster Center, One W. Second St., Dayton  228-3630

(see 1/29)

 

 

1/31  Thu

 

A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine  8 pm  A UD production of this musical. Thru 2/2  Kennedy Union Boll Theatre, University of Dayton, 300 College Park, Dayton  229-3936

The Fantasticks  8 pm  (see 1/30)

Chicago  8 pm  (see 1/30)

 

 

2/1  Fri

 

Wind Symphony Master Class   4 pm  Guest horn soloist, William Purvis.  Sinclair Community College, Blair Hall Theatre, 444 W. Third St., Downtown Dayton  512-2808

A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine  8 pm  (See 1/31)

You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown  8 pm  Made up of little moments picked from all the days of Charlie Brown, from Valentine’s Day to the baseball season, from wild optimism to utter despair, all mixed in with the lives of his friends (both human and non-human). Thru 2/3 Playhouse South, Clark Haines Theatre, 3700 Far Hills Avenue, Kettering, OH

Over the River and Through the Woods  8 pm  Nick, a single, Italian-American guy from New Jersey, enjoys dinner with both sets of grandparents every Sunday, that is, until he has to tell them that he’s been offered his dream job – on the other side of the country. The family, feeling betrayed, begins a series of schemes to get him to stay. Thru 2/10  Beavercreek Community Theatre, 3868 Dayton-Xenia Rd.,  429-4737 or 429-2191

Romeo and Juliet  8 pm  Montagues, Capulets, street fights, balcony scenes, teenagers in love, the most tragic ending. Thru 2/7  The Loft Theatre, 138 N. Main St., Dayton  461-3823

The Fantasticks  8 pm  (see 1/30)

Chicago  8 pm  (see 1/30)

 

 

2/2  Sat

 

Men’s Honor Choir Festival  9 am & 5:30 pm  High school students will join the Men’s Chorale for a festival day. Clinician for the day is R.D.Mathey, retired professor from Bowling Green State University. WSU Creative Arts Center, Concert Hall, 3640 Col. Glenn Hwy. Dayton 775-5544

Wind Symphony Concert   8 pm  Guest horn soloist, William Purvis.  Sinclair Community College, Blair Hall Theatre, 444 W. Third St., Downtown Dayton  512-2808

A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine  8 pm  (See 1/31)

You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown  8 pm (see 2/1)

Over the River and Through the Woods    8 pm  (see 2/1)

Romeo and Juliet  8 pm  (see 2/1)

The Fantasticks  3 pm & 8 pm  (see 1/30)

Chicago  2 pm & 8 pm  (see 1/29)

Thodos Dance Chicago   8 pm.  With the gary Geis Dance Company. Blends classical and modern dance with gymnastics to create a unique style of dance that is fast-paced, highly athletic and very entertaining.  Clark State PAC, 300 S. Fountain Ave., Springfield  328-3874

DCDC:  Unmistakably DCDC  8 pm  DCDC’s winter concert will feature three works:  Vespers (1986) by Ulysses Dove; Las Desenamoradas ( 1987) by Eleo Pomare and The Stack Up (1992) by Talley Beatty.  Victoria Theatre, 138 N. Main St., Dayton  228-3630

 

 

2/3  Sun

 

You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown  3 pm (see 2/1)

Over the River and Through the Woods    3 pm  (see 2/1)

Romeo and Juliet  8 pm  (see 2/1)

Chicago  2 pm & 7:30 pm  (see 1/29)

The Fantasticks  3 pm & 8 pm  (see 1/24)

RiverScape: February Birthday Celebration   2-4 pm. Free ice rink admission, skate rentals and cupcakes for all February  birthdays (while supplies last) Riverscakpe MetroPark, Monument and Main Sts. 278-2607

 

 

2/5  Tue

 

Wind Symphony & Chamber Players  7: 30 pm  WSU Creative Arts Center, Concert Hall, 3640 Col. Glenn Hwy., Dayton  775-5544