Studio D Gallery, 2010 - 2011

Western Ohio Art Education Association Regional Art Exhibition

June 21 - July 8, 2011

The exhibit features artwork from K-12 students throughout the Miami Valley region. The gallery is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 4 pm.

6th Annual University of Dayton Alumni Art Exhibit

Reason, Faith, and Imagination - A Celebration of Art in the Lives of UD Alumni
May 23– June 11, 2011
Open House and Reception: Saturday, June 11, 1:30 – 3:30 PM

In honor of UD Reunion Weekend, ArtStreet is hosting the annual UD Alumni Art Exhibit in ArtStreet's Studio D Gallery. The exhibit features submissions from UD alumni who wish to share their creative talents. Artists represent a wide range of degree programs and class years. 

Patrick Dougherty: StickworkPatrick Dougherty's Stickwork

Photography exhibit: March 21 - May 6, 2011
Reception: Wednesday, March 23, 5-7 PM
Lecture: Thursday, April 14 at 7:30 p.m., Renaissance Auditorium, Dayton Art Institute

Artist Patrick Dougherty has gained an international reputation for his "stickwork" — massive, organic forms woven of locally harvested saplings. Dougherty will create one of these wondrous site-specific pieces from willow on the grounds of Wegerzyn Gardens in April. In his free lecture, Dougherty will talk about his varied motivations for working with natural materials. To see more of Dougherty's installations, visit http://www.stickwork.net. Site-specific sculpture presented by Wegerzyn Gardens Foundation and Five Rivers MetroParks, with event support from the University of Dayton Arts Series, ArtStreet, and the Dayton Art Institute.

For more information about the Arts Series, visit http://artsseries.udayton.edu or call 937-229-2787. For more information about the Wegerzyn Gardens installation, visit http://www.metroparks.org/dougherty.

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Visions of Experience: The Art of Lifelong Learning

March 21 - April 28, 2011
McGinnis Center
Artist Reception: Monday, March 21, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Members of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Dayton (UDLLI) present realistic to abstract paintings, mixed media, fabric arts and photographs. Sponsored by UD's Special Programs and Continuing Education in partnership with ArtStreet.

Nancy Macko: Women's History Month Artist-in-ResidenceNancy Macko

Print Exhibition: Rituals of the Bee Priestess
March 1 - April 14, 2011
Women's Center, Alumni Hall

Video Exhibition: Lore of the Bee Priestess and Bee Stories
March 14 - 18, 2011
ArtStreet Studio D Gallery

Reception and Artist's Talk
Tuesday, March 15, 6 - 8 pm, ArtStreet Studio D
Artist's talk at 6:30 pm

ArtStreet Wednesday Workshop: Transfer Images Using Monoprint Techniques
Wednesday, March 16, 7 - 9 pm, ArtStreet Studio E
Register at http://artstreet.udayton.edu/workshops

Film Introduction: The Heretics
Friday, March 18, 8:30 pm, ArtStreet Studio B
Film begins at 9 pm

Nancy Macko has been a practicing artist since the early 1980s and has produced more than 20 solo exhibitions and participated in more than 150 exhibitions. Since the early '90s, Macko has drawn upon images from the honey bee society to explore the relationships between art, science, technology and ancient matriarchal cultures. Today, she combines elements of painting, printmaking, digital media, photography, video and installation in her work. A member of the faculty at Scripps College since 1986, Macko has been Director of the Scripps Digital Art Program since 1990. Learn more about Nancy Macko at http://www.nancymacko.com. Sponsors include the University of Dayton Women's Center, ArtStreet, Roesch Library, Department of English, Department of Visual Arts, the Women's and Gender Studies Program, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

Yasue Sakaoka: Suspended 3-D Paper SculptureYasue Sakaoka

February 8 - March 11, 2011
Reception and artist's talk: Tuesday, February 8, 4-6 PM

Born in Japan and currently residing in Columbus, Ohio, Yasue Sakaoka reveals her Japanese heritage in large-scale, three-dimensional paper sculptures that reflect the influence of the ancient folk art of origami. In addition to keeping the old ways of origami alive, she has also expanded the horizons of the tradition with more experimental sculptural work using paper, fiber, metal, bronze casting and other materials. Sakaoka's awards include the 2006 Ohioana Citation for Art, the 2007 Ohio Heritage Fellowship for Material Culture and the 2010 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award.

Marking the Past /Shaping the Present: The Art of Willis "Bing" Davis

December 7, 2010 - January 28, 2011
Rike Gallery, ArtStreet Studio D Gallery, Roesch Library 1st Floor Gallery and Dayton Art InstituteBing Davis
Artist's Talk: Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 5:30 PM, Sears Recital Hall

For more than 40 years, Bing Davis has reached out to diverse communities through engagement with art making while educating towards better understanding of our shared human condition. The University of Dayton will partner with the Dayton Art Institute to present this retrospective of works by the noted Dayton artist.

Sixth Annual Charity Pottery Auction

December 1 - 15, 2010Pots for Charity
ArtStreet Café

Local potters David Chesar, Kate Chesar and Bill Mischler have combined their skills to create twelve unique ceramic pieces that will be up for auction on the We Care Arts website, Wecarearts.org, now through December 17th. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to We Care Arts, a non-profit organization that helps emotionally, mentally and physically disabled adults and youth achieve greater personal independence.

Citizens of the World Photography ExhibitionPhoto by Stephanie Vermillion

Nov. 2 – 23, 2010
Reception: Tuesday, November 2, 4:30 - 6 PM

This juried exhibit features international photography from students of all majors and faculty, reflecting their study abroad experiences. The exhibit, co-sponsored by ArtStreet and the Center for International Programs, is presented as part of a month-long exposition of international events.

Photo by Stephanie Vermillion.

Project Ethiope

August 23 - September 24, 2010
Reception: Tuesday, September 21, 4-6 PMLalibela by Peter Gooch
Artist Talk at 4:30 PM

Featuring works on paper and small panels by Peter Gooch, painting faculty, University of Dayton.

Western Ohio Art Education Association Regional Art Exhibition

June 22 - July 10, 2010

The exhibit features artwork from K-12 students throughout the Miami Valley region.