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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.
Have an event to submit to our calendar? If it is located downtown (within our service area) and open to the public, it’s likely we’ll include it. Send us your event info using our event submission form.
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An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until Sunday, September 4, 2022
Aug 5 – Sep 4, 2022
THE DR. ROBERT L. BRANDT, JR. GALLERY
THE IRA H. & SUSAN P. THOMSEN FAMILY GALLERY
THE JACK W. AND SALLY D. EICHELBERGER FOUNDATION VIDEO GALLERY
The Contemporary Dayton is pleased to present Waking Up: The Contemporary Dayton Biennial Member and Student Invitational. The exhibition will feature artwork created over the past year around the theme of emerging from the pandemic by artists currently living and working in Dayton and throughout Ohio; and a selection of top emerging artists from area colleges and universities. The Mike Goheen Memorial Fund Award for Photography will be selected by Tracy Longley-Cook, Associate Professor of Photography, Wright State University. Organized by Cydnie King, Curatorial Assistant.
2022 AWARD WINNERS
First Place: Julie Renee Jones, Underside
Honorable Mention: Joel Whitaker, Nesting 1
Honorable Mention: Shon Curtis, Mr. Musa in Autumn
The Contemporary Dayton Biennial Member and Student Invitational is presented in memory of founding member and artist, Raymond L. Must (1929–2022), and long-time member and educator, Carol A. Nathanson (1945–2022).