The Dayton Art Institute, located in Dayton, Ohio, is committed to enriching lives and serving the community by creating meaningful experiences with art. Founded in 1919, The DAI is one of the region’s premier fine arts museums. In addition to exhibiting outstanding special exhibitions and impressive collections of art from throughout the world, the museum is renowned for education programming that includes an array of offerings for diverse audiences. To learn more about The Dayton Art Institute, visit www.daytonartinstitute.org or call 937-223-4ART (4278).
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From art classes to its world-class permanent collection, The Dayton Art Institute means many things to many people. There are many ways you can help support this cultural asset, from planning a visit to becoming a member and contributing to the museum's Annual Fund. On #GivingTuesday, here are a few of the ways you can support your Dayton Art Institute throughout the year: http://www.daytonartinstitute.org/support/make-every-day-giving-tuesday
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Special Thanks to 808 Studios for the still pictures in this VidGig Log. This highlights our Celebration Option with uplighting in the reception room. We used three separate sound systems to provide sound for ceremony in one room, cocktail in another room, and reception in third room. Using our Emcee and DJ combination guests were moved room to room seamlessly and the event was a great success. For more information or to book your event go to: www.alltherighttunes.com For information on 808 Studios Photography go to: www.808studiosphotography.com
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The special exhibition Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist, organized by the American Federation of Arts and the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, is on view at The Dayton Art Institute from February 11 through May 7. The first major retrospective of one of today's most accomplished Native American artists, it features more than 60 of her most notable paintings, drawings and notebooks. For more information, visit http://www.daytonartinstitute.org/kaywalkingstick.
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At Pecha Kucha Night Dayton Volume 11, on May 3, Dayton Art Institute Associate Director Jane Black pulled the mask off the DAI's superhero summer! Beginning July 21, join us for the special exhibition "You Are My Superhero." Superheroes of all kinds will invade DAI this summer, with exhibits, events, workshops and artist lectures, as well as a superhero costume ball on August 17. Visit http://www.daytonartinstitute.org for details!
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Former Dayton Art Institute Associate Board members reflect on their experiences at the museum. The DAI Associate Board, which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2015, consists of 32 couples (64 members total) who serve four-year terms. These community volunteers help plan and organize The DAI's two largest annual fundraisers, Art Ball and Oktoberfest. These events wouldn't be possible without their dedicated support! For more information about the Associate Board or the Former Associate Board (FAB) group, please contact the museum at 937-223-4ART (4278) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about The DAI, visit www.daytonartinstitute.org.
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This weekend is the last chance to see the Grandma Moses exhibition, American Sampler: Grandma Moses and the Handicraft Tradition, at The Dayton Art Institute. The special exhibition closes this Sunday, February 21, 2016. American Sampler features 50 works by the beloved folk artist, including paintings, embroideries and other handmade items, some of which have never been publicly exhibited. For more information, visit www.daytonartinstitute.org/grandmamoses.
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The Dayton Art Institute held its 55th Art Ball at the museum on Saturday, June 9, 2012. Relive some of the highlights of the event ... in less than two minutes through this time-lapse video! Be sure to mark your calendars for the 2013 Art Ball, which will be held Saturday, June 8, 2013. For more about Art Ball, visit http://bit.ly/JJYpc8.
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Dayton Art Institute uses QR codes for special exhibit that showcases the works from the Authur Primas and Bing Davis. Visit http://ScanDayton.com for more information about QR codes and how we can implement a dynamic interactive program for your museum.
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It's Super Bowl time, and we'd like to introduce you to some of the Super BOWLS (as well as some vessels, jars, tureens and even a Tiffany compote) in The Dayton Art Institute's permanent collection! You can see these and thousands of other treasures at your Dayton Art Institute. Plan your visit at http://www.daytonartinstitute.org.
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William Morris mastery of glass and exploration of mans relationship to nature and culture are celebrated in Myth, Object and the Animal. The exhibition, which shares compelling works dating from 1993 to the present, attests to the artists technical prowess and success in using glass as a medium of expression. Among the highlights are three monumental installations. These are complemented by exquisitely-crafted individual pieces that are displayed individually or in groups, reflecting Morriss practice of exploring ideas and forms in series. Check out www.daytonartinstitute.org
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DAI Party hosted by Tom Jordan & Pat Jessee July 2014
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Arts937 - your weekly preview of The Arts in Dayton. This week: The Dayton Art Institute with Stephen Knapp's Lightpaintings. Michael Roediger talks about this extraordinary artist. Join Arts 937and host Chris Shea as we feature weekly stories about the Arts in Dayton. So far we've covered The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance (DPAA) and the Dayton Philharmonic, The Dayton Visual Arts Center (DVAC), and now DAI. Coming up, Arts937 will cover Victoria Theatre's presentation of White Christmas, The Human Race Theatre's innovative production of Oliver!, The Zoot Theatre Company doing A Christmas Carol, The Dayton Ballet's Nutcracker and more! Thanks to everyone who has been watching - remember to "Like" us, and share this with your friends!
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This is Gem City Podcasts weekly video blog to showcase "What's Happening" behind the scenes. Episode 5 is being released on Leap Day, 2-29-2016. This video features this past weeks guests of podcasts. Rogues recorded a Musicians Roundtable episode at their practice space, post metal band Close The Hatch, singer/songwriter Max B. Greene, and underground hip hop artist Yung Quadroon recorded Storyteller episodes with Izzy Rock. Dayton Art Institute, Photographer Randy Jennings, Nucleus Co-Share, and Brim joined Mark DaGrossa, Scott Epic, and Libby Ballengee for three solid informative episodes. This week we release episodes with the Bach Society (Ep 230), a Storyteller episode with The Zygotes (231), and Author Rob Boley (232). This video has footage from the Zygotes performance at Yellow Cab, and also features a couple videos from Libby Ballengee at Fight Night Dayton. Produced and edited by Izzy Rock https://twitter.com/TheIzzyRock https://www.facebook.com/TheIzzyRock https://www.facebook.com/TalesFromTheHardsidePodcast Email and Booking: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org Call the voicemail: 937-265-2024 Recorded at Folio Design Haus at 411 East Fifth Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402 http://gemcitypodcast.com/ iTunes- https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gem-city-podcast/id646008927?mt=2 Stitcher- http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/eric-ruiz/gem-city-podcast Twitter- https://twitter.com/GemCityPodcast Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/GemCityPodcast YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/user/TheGemCityPodcast Instagram- https://instagram.com/gemcitypodcast/
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The Dayton Art Institute's Member Magazine is now published in a digital format, featuring videos, hyperlinks and other interactive content. This brief tutorial explains how to use and make the most of the new format! If you have questions or comments, you may contact the museum at 937-223-4278 or email@example.com. The latest issue of the digital Member Magazine may be accessed at http://www.daytonartinstitute.org/magazine or http://www.issuu.com/daytonartinstitute
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DAYTON -- Dozens of people put on their finest tights for a special ball on Friday night.The Superhero Costume Ball was held at the Dayton Art Institute.Attendees dressed as their favorite superheros for an evening of campy fun.Tickets for the ball also included admission to the exhibition "You Are My Superhero.""It's a mixer, and we think that's what Dayton needs," Dayton Art Institute Associate Director Jane A. Black said. "It needs a place for people to come together and have a good time and a little creative fun. That's what we're all about."The event was part of the Prime Time Party Rental series.A third event will happen in October. The theme: A James Bond Martini Bash.
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On view through August 2, 2009 William Morriss mastery of glass and exploration of mans relationship to nature and culture are celebrated in Myth, Object and the Animal. The exhibition, which shares compelling works dating from 1993 to the present, attests to the artists technical prowess and success in using glass as a medium of expression. Among the highlights are three monumental installations. These are complemented by exquisitely-crafted individual pieces that are displayed individually or in groups, reflecting Morriss practice of exploring ideas and forms in series.
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The Dayton Foundation awarded a $45,000 discretionary grant in 2012 to help make critical repairs to the roof. The Foundation's grant also leveraged additional donations for repairs to plaster damage that was done in some galleries due to roof leaks.
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http://ultramodern-home.ru Top Tourist Attractions in Dayton - Travel Guide Ohio: National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Carillon Historical Park, Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center, Dayton Art Institute, Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, America's Packard Museum - The Citizens Motorcar Co, Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, The Wright Cycle Company Complex, Woodland Cemetery & Arboretum, Oregon District, Huffman Prairie Flying Field, RiverScape MetroPark
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https://www.dpandl.com/community The Dayton Art Institute was awarded a $105,000 Signature Grant from the DP&L Foundation in 2016. The grant will support DAI's capital renovation preparing for the museum's centennial anniversary, and upcoming special exhibitions.
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It's going to be a summer of epic proportions at The Dayton Art Institute -- a Superhero Summer -- when the museum "unmasks" the special exhibition, You Are My Superhero, on view July 22 -- September 23.Organized by The Dayton Art Institute and curated by the museum's Associate Director, Jane A. Black, You Are My Superhero explores the iconography of superheroes, and how contemporary artists use that imagery in their own bodies of work. Beginning with images that reflect the Golden Age of comics, the exhibition includes popular figures dating from the 1940s, showing how they have changed over the years.You Are My Superhero is presented with support from Patron Sponsor Premier Health Partners and Supporting Sponsor Tridec Technologies, LLC.You Are My Superhero includes animation art and memorabilia from the collection of Dr. Lawrence and Holley Thompson, original panels from the 1960s from Maverick's Cards and Comics in Kettering, and classic comic books from the Fairborn shop Bookery Fantasy. These, along with additional loans and one iconic piece from The Dayton Art Institute's own collection, will delineate superhero variations (both well known and obscure), superhero sidekicks, and superhero hallmarks and behaviors. In addition, limited-edition prints, newer original panels and sketches, and toys and games will tell familiar stories and remind us of the iconic images that have bled into advertising and reflected current events.The exhibition also features two artists who have incorporated superhero iconography into their work. Michigan-based artist Mark Newport knits Superhero costumes and embroiders the covers of comic books. There is a tribute to one of Dayton's own superheroes, Pulitzer-Prize-winning cartoonist Mike Peters.For more about You Are My Superhero, visit www.daytonartinstitute.org/superhero or call the museum at 937-223-5277.A number of related programs, workshops and special events are planned as part of Superhero Summer at The Dayton Art Institute. These include costume and comic workshops, artist lectures, family programs, and a Superhero Costume Ball on August 17. For a complete list of related programs, visit www.daytonartinstitute.org/superhero/programs.Visitors are encouraged to bring their cameras and strike their best superhero poses at the museum. You Are My Superhero will continue the popular "Picture Yourself on the Cover" interactive feature introduced with the recent Norman Rockwell exhibition. Visitors will be able to pose for photos in front of an amazing original comic book cover backdrop by local artist Randy Palmer. DAI staff will take photos on select days and post them to the museum's website, Facebook page and Flickr page.Admission to You Are My Superhero is 2 for adults, for seniors (60 ), students (18 w/ID), active military and groups (10 or more), and for youth (ages 7-17). Admission is free for museum members and children 6 and under. Anyone wearing a superhero costume to the museum will receive off admission prices. Prices include admission to You Are My Superhero and the museum's permanent collection. A Historic Preservation Fee is added to all ticket sale transactions.For more information about The Dayton Art Institute, go to www.daytonartinstitute.org or call the museum at 937-223-5277. Be sure to also connect with The Dayton Art Institute on Facebook and Twitter for additional information and exclusive offers.
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Artist Caio Fonseca interviewed in his NYC painting studio. Featured in the 2011 exhibition "Creating the New Century: Contemporary Art from the Dicke Collection" at The Dayton Art Institute. Produced by B&B Arts: Ellie Bronson and Laurie Butler. http://www.bandbarts.com/
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As part of The Dayton Art Institute's 90th Anniversary celebration, Dayton artists Tess Cortes and Mary Anne Kirk have been collecting stories and memories of DAI from members of the community for inclusion in a multi-media video installation, on view as part of the special exhibition HELLO WORLD. Many of those stories can be viewed here on our YouTube channel, or at http://daistories.ning.com/. Learn more about HELLO WORLD at http://www.daytonartinstitute.org.
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