Arts Events for August 2015

Note: While we make every effort to keep this listing up to date, event details are subject to change. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

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Aug. 27 - Oct. 1

ArtStreet White Box Gallery
Opening Reception: Aug. 27, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
THIRST engages what it is that we desire, that we long for, encouraging viewers to consider the desires that are so deeply embedded in us that they can be difficult to access. Beyond money, good health, or novel experiences, THIRST invites us to consider the ways in which we substitute what we really desire with temporary and unsustainable comforts. Hosting six world premiere installations annually, the White Box Gallery is dedicated to work that challenges social, industrial, cultural and academic perspectives. This year’s focus is on our daily climate — and our elemental responses to our environment. Creative Lead Andrew Hendrixson is an artist and writer whose recent work includes collaborations with incarcerated youth and an experimental art project that seeks to create conversational spaces in homes across the country about the role of the arts.
ArtStreet 937-229-5101 

Faculty Show and Entropy: Angela Faris Belt

Aug. 27 - Sept. 17

Gallery 249, Fitz Hall
RECEPTION: Thursday, August 27, 5-7p.m.
Ceramics, photography, design, painting and more, all by selected members of the Art and Design faculty. Complementing this exhibition will be the digital images of photographer Angela Faris Belt, professor at The Art Institute of Colorado and author of The Elements of Photography: Understanding and Creating Sophisticated Images. Learn more >>
Department of Art and Design 937-229-3237 

ON DISPLAY: Editions of Don Quixote

Aug. 29 - Sept. 27

Roesch Library First Floor Gallery
Published in two volumes ten years apart (1605 and 1615), Don Quixote is one of the most influential novels written. As a result, it has been released in dozens of editions (and languages) over the centuries, often with engaging illustrations. A selection of some of these, including a number of rare editions, will be on view in the gallery. Open daily. Learn more >>
University Libraries 937-229-4265 

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