Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
2600 DeWeese Parkway, Dayton 275-7431
Thru 5/3 Strange Matter: Study of high-tech materials that have made their way from the space program to the “stuff” of everyday life.
The Cannery Art & Design Centre
434 E. Third St., Dayton 228-2232
Ongoing – Exhibits by local artists, including painting, pottery, jewelry, sculpture and photography.
“First Friday” open houses. Stroll the gallery spaces, view works by local artists. 5 – 10 pm.
Dayton Art Institute
458 Belmonte Park North, Dayton 223-5277
Thru 5/31 William Morris – Myth, Object and the Animal: Works from one of America’s most gifted glass artists.
Thru 4/5 - In the Glen - The Art of Robert Whitmore: Honoring the artistic legacy of this native son with nearly 60 works by this accomplished painter, printmaker and draughtsman.
Now – 4/12 Kids as Curators – Kids Experiencenter Gallery: Curated by 5th and 6th grade students from Dayton area schools, the exhibition explores the theme of Ohio art and artists.
Now – Fall 2009 Exploring Art A to Z – Kids Experiencenter Gallery: Developed for kids from pre-K through 3rd grade. Introducing art to children using 26 pieces from the museum’s collection and area artists.
Dayton History at Carillon Park
1000 Carillon Blvd., Dayton 293-2841
Tours of Hawthorn Hill: Tours are conducted Wed. and Sat. for those who have made advance, prepaid reservations. Tours depart Carillon Historical Park via shuttle van at 10am and 12:30pm.
Dayton Visual Arts Center
118 N. Jefferson St, Dayton 224-3822
Thru 3/27 The Cline Show: In partnership with the Dayton Society of Painters & Sculptures, held at the Dayton Convention Center.
Gallery Saint John
Bergamo – Mt. St. John
4400 Shakertown Rd., Beavercreek 320-5405
Thru 4/14 – Moments in Time: A collection of watercolor and oil paintings by Charles P. Wanda, SM.
Rosewood Art Center
2655 Olson Dr., Kettering 296-02944
Thru 3/27 – Works On Paper: The 19th annual exhibit of artworks on paper by artists within a 45-mile radius of Dayton.
Sinclair Community College Galleries...
444 West Third Street, Bldg. 13, Dayton 512-5381
Burnell R. Roberts Triangle Gallery
3/17 - 4/16 Charles Caldemeyer
ZoneVI Photography Gallery
3/13 - 4/15 Stephen Komp
Top of the Market Exhibit Space
32 Webster St., Dayton 513-422-8400
Thru 3/31 Salvador Dali – Love Conquers Hate: A rare lithograph collection with more than 200 pieces by Salvador Dali and Max Ernst from the private collection of Dr. Heinz Ess. Proceeds from the exhibit will be donated to Justin King, suffering from Cystic Fibrosis in need of multiple organ transplants.
University of Dayton Art Galleries...
The Marian Library 7th Floor of Roesch Library
300 College Park, Dayton 229-4214 or 4254
Thru 3/27 The Fairest of All Works by Jan Oliver
University of Dayton, 222-5101
Thru 3/26 – Images From Science – An exhibition of 61 scientific photographs from around the world.
Wright State University Art Galleries...
Robert & Elaine Stein Galleries
A132 Creative Arts Center
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway, Dayton 775-2978
Thru 5/3 Ruth Miller: Paintings and Works on Paper.
Doubt, A Parable 8pm A battle for truth between Sister Aloysius and Father Flynn. Thru 4/5 The Loft Theatre, 138 N. Main St., Dayton 228-3630
Doubt, A Parable 8pm (See 3/25)
Women Make Movies 7pm In celebration of Women’s History Month, three films by women directors will be screened. Free. ArtStreet Studio B, 330 Kiefaber St, Dayton 229-5101
“National Road/Old Cumberland Pike” 6:30pm A program by Ed Hermann presented by the Oakwood Hist. Soc.. Sunrise Senior Living, 1701 Far Hills Ave.
Cityfolk: Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill 8pm Irish music duo, County Cork fiddler Hayes and guitarist Cahill. Victoria Theatre, 138 N. Main, Dayton 496-3863
A Streetcar Named Desire 8pm A drama by playwright Tennessee Williams. Dayton Playhouse, 1301 E. Siebenthaler Ave., Dayton 424-8477
Doubt, A Parable 8pm (See 3/25)
Bat Boy: The Musical 8pm A satirical rendition of an actual story about a half-boy, half-bat found living in a cave in West Virginia. Thru 3/29 Kennedy Union Boll Theatre, Univ. of Dayton, 300 College Park. 229-2545
ArtStreet’s Friday Night Film: Slumdog Millionaire 9pm (See 1/9)
“End of Winter Feast” Tavern Dinner 6 pm Enjoy a hearth-cooked, historically accurate, multi-course supper. Reservations required. Dayton History, Carillon Park, 1000 Carillon, Dayton 293-2841
UD Arts Series: Lit Fest 8 pm Diverse Voices program is an evening of poetry readings. Sears Hall, University of Dayton, 300 College Park, Dayton 229-2545
The Merry Widow 8pm Eligible women, gorgeous men, can-can girls, and champagne await you in Paris and the world-famous Maxim’s! Sung in English. A Dayton Opera production. Thru 4/5 Schuster Center, One W. Second St., Dayton 228-3630
Yaron Kohlberg 8 pm Soirees Musicales presents one of Israel’s leading young pianists. Shiloh Church, 5300 Philadelphia Dr., Dayton 228-5802
Dayton Jazz Ensemble/Cedarville Univ. Jazz Ensemble 7:30pm
Cedarville University, Cedarville, OH. 229-2787
A Streetcar Named Desire 8pm (See 3/27)
Doubt, A Parable 8pm (See 3/25)
Bat Boy: The Musical 8pm (See 3/27)
NanoDays Noon – 4pm Learn about Nanotechonology, the science of things too small to see. Also 3/29 Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, 2600 DeWeese Parkway, Dayton 275-7431
Dayton History “End of Winter Feast” Tavern Dinner 6 pm (see 3/27)
Aaron Tippin 8pm Country music singer-songwriter. Clark State PAC, 300 S. Fountain Ave., Springfield 328-3874
The Bach Society of Dayton: The Art of the Magnificat 4pm A multimedia production with the “Magnificats” of both J.S. Bach and John Rutter complimented by images projected on large screens. Seventh-day Adventist Church, 3939 Stonebridge Rd., Kettering 294-2224
Chamber Music Yellow Springs: The Albers String Trio 7:30pm First Presbyterian Church, 314 Xenia Ave., downtown Yellow Springs
Afternoon Musicales 2pm Hofeldt - Phillips Piano Trio, joined by violist Sheridan Kamberger Currie. Admission is free but donations appreciated. Dayton Art Institute, NCR Renaissance Auditorium, 456 Belmonte Park North, Dayton 223-5277
Ebony Heritage Singers 4pm Kennedy Union Ballroom, University of Dayton 229-2787
Faculty Recital: Shelbi Wagner, Cello 8pm Sears Recital Hall, University of Dayton 229-2787
A Streetcar Named Desire 2pm (See 3/27)
Doubt, A Parable 2pm (See 3/25)
Bat Boy: The Musical 7pm (See 3/27)
Apprentice Day Noon 5pm Learn an 1880s occupation. For children ages 8 and up to learn 1880s occupation skills such as blacksmithing, woodworking and baking. Learn by doing. Carriage Hill MetroPark
NanoDays Noon 4pm (See 3/28)
Cityfolk: Lo Cor de la Plana 8pm Six-man vocal ensemble from France sing ancient church-rooted music in the disappearing language of Occitan, accompanied only by the singers’ stomping feet, clapping hands, tambourines and hand drums. Kennedy Union Boll Theatre, University of Dayton 496-3863
Woodwind Chamber Music 7:30 pm Sears Recital Hall, University of Dayton 229-2787