Sunday, September 7, 2003

Gotta see it: Visual Arts

Three big names, three big shows opening Oct. 17 at the Dayton Art Institute.

Who among us doesn't love Monet's "Waterlilies," the stark landscapes of Ansel Adams or the art glass of Louis Comfort Tiffany?

Through Jan. 18, you will be able to consider Tiffany's decorative Favrile and stained-glass works from the 19th and early 20th centuries, view Monet and The Age of American Impressionism, 80 visually stunning landscape and figural paintings created in the United States at the same time and Ansel Adams' photographic view of the American landscape.

The simultaneous shows offer a unique perspective on three popular art forms of the period.

- Marilyn Bauer


• Visual arts: The buzz | The exhibits | Gotta see it
• Film: The buzz | The films | Gotta see it
• Classical music: The buzz | The events | Gotta hear it
• Dance: The buzz | The events | Gotta see it
• Pop music: The buzz | The events | Gotta hear it
• Theater: The buzz| The productions | Gotta see it


City sculpts a new image
Carissa Barnard
Jayoon Choi
Christopher Scott Daniel
Richard Fruth
Zachary F. Herrmann
Mike Jacobs
Louis Larson (Unit 2)
Matt Lynch
Kirk Mayhew
Martin Meersman
Dave Rohs
Paige Wideman
Steve Zieverink (Unit 2)
Upcoming sculpture shows
Gala to honor educator, patrons


'I'm With Her' writer really is
Best of Bats Incredible! Terminal strikingly depicted
Get to It: A guide to help make your day


Mainstream no place for Know Theatre Tribe
Local actors chosen for 'Oliver' tour
Half-price loverly way to see 'My Fair Lady'
Steamlined 'My Fair Lady' stays mainly on the plain side
Theater troupes honored
Dance your way through the decades


Cooking classes add dash of new ideas
It's taken a Village to feed Mariemont
Serve it this week: Garlic


Glabicki keeps fans on a string
Everyone German at this gig


Childhood stardom lingers for life


KENDRICK: Designated parking spots abused