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Getting Ready for Yellow Springs Open Studios

As a recent transplant to the area I have been looking for ways to connect to my local community. It was serendipitous for me to be able to connect with Nancy Mellon and join the Yellow Springs Art Council, and it was even more helpful when her blog, “How to Meet Other Artists in 10 Easy Steps”,..

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Antioch University Midwest presents “New Paintings by Christine Klinger”

Antioch University Midwest, 900 Dayton St., Yellow Springs, OH, is presenting “New Paintings by Christine Klinger” from September 4 — October 31, 2019, in their Alcove Gallery.  Klinger, who lives in Yellow Springs, OH, will show her most recent and some of her older abstract and expressionistic..

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YSAC Open Studios

We are heading into push time for the Yellow Springs Open Studio. The brochures are designed and at the printer, I’ve noticed some of the artists have the cover of the brochure on their FB sites and are already inviting people to come visit their studios on the Open Studios weekend. Theresa..

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This and That

“This and That”
Yellow Springs Art Council- Gallery Committee
Alcove Gallery
Antioch University West
July 5-August 31
Reception: July 17th, 5-7 PM
Angela Day * Nancy Mellon * Mary Cargan * Kathy Verner Moulton
Diane Collinson * Theresa Mayer *..

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How to Meet Other Artists in 10 Easy Steps

Hi, I’m Nancy Mellon. I’m a mixed media artist. For the past 7 years, I’ve had the pleasure of being the Gallery Coordinator for the Yellow Springs Arts Council. I love living in Yellow Springs and think it’s a great village to be an artist in. This post is about how I started..

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Influential Women of Yellow Springs

My colleague, John Day, had shared with me a picture of some banners that the city of Athens, Ohio had put up around Memorial Day to celebrate the city’s veterans.  I shelved the idea at the time, as my students were currently invested in a different project. The banners were always in the back..

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