Arts Events for January 2016
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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AT THE MANGER: WORLD NATIVITY TRADITIONS
Through Jan. 24
Roesch Library (Floors 1, 2 and 7)
All-new displays of Nativities from around the world. Learn more >>
University Libraries 937-229-4094
Material Time: Photographs by William Knipscher and Jacinda Russell
Jan.21 - Feb. 18
Gallery 249, Fitz Hall (second floor)
Opening reception with artists’ talk: Thursday, January 21, 5 – 7 p.m.
In the words of curator Joel Whitaker, the photographs in this exhibit “explore the intersections of material, time, and process and offer varied and interesting ways of visualizing these intersections.” Russell’s works depict water “as a delineator of space and the passage and suspension of time.” Knipscher’s photographs “record the indexical act of the path of light, reflecting and refracting, revealing the imperfections of my handiwork.” Curated by Joel Whitaker. Learn more >>
Department of Art and Design 937-229-3237
Jan. 21 - Feb. 24
ArtStreet White Box Gallery
Opening reception: Thursday, Jan. 21, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
UPHEAVAL will look at a social and cultural climate that rises from the ashes of FEAR by localizing a future vision of change. By mirroring the University of Dayton’s campus climate during the Vietnam Era (1965-1975) and tomorrow’s campus climate (2016-2026), this highly charged installation uses storytelling to establish a future campus that not only is influenced by our current national tensions, but also can learn from our past to innovate our future. Learn more >>