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Rediscover Downtown Events!
As we begin to safely resume gathering and rediscovering all the great things downtown has to offer, we’re especially excited to get back to all the fun events we’ve missed so much!
There’s always something fun going on downtown! Below you’ll find a list of events scheduled for today. Use the filters at the top to find events by date, keyword, and more. You can also view the calendar by month or as a list of 20 events at a time.
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until Saturday, October 29, 2022
Dayton Metro Library is pleased to host a special art exhibit in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month: Presented by SOS ART of Cincinnati, Derechos Humanos – Human Rights Portfolio of Woodcut Prints will be on display at the Main Library, in the Opportunity Space @ Patterson, Monday, September 26 – Saturday, October 29.
This unique project is a collaboration between SOS ART and Taller Burro Press in Oaxaca, Mexico. Artists were challenged to create images and messages surrounding human rights through a collaborative process across different cultures. The exhibit is a portfolio of 25 prints that were created by 12 artists from Oaxaca and 12 from Cincinnati, each print addressing one of 12 human rights. A 25th print represents the title page of the portfolio.
The Main Library is located at 215 East Third Street, Dayton. This exhibit is free and open to the public. For more information about SOS ART, visit sosartcincinnati.com. Additional information about the Derechos Humanos exhibit at DML and additional NHHM programing can be found at DaytonMetroLibrary.org/LatinXCulture. Questions may also be directed to the Library’s Ask Me Line at 937.463.2665.