Dayton City Paper, Cover story
A creative revolution has been underway in Dayton’s urban landscape. Evidence is found in the plethora of public murals that surprise and delight folks all around the city: the 90-foot flood wall along the Great Miami River, Second Street Market, and the stories-high replicas of masters such Klimt, Degas, and Cézanne, which brighten otherwise drab warehouse buildings at the corner of Third and Sears. Within the past 20 years, K12 Gallery & TEJAS (Teen Education and Joint Adult Studio) artists, along with students and community volunteers, have joined forces to fuel an artistic revolution in a city, best known, upon first glance, for its engineering glories of the past.
Article written by: Karen Ander Francis
Join K12 Gallery & TEJAS for the opening reception of two exhibitions, Peter Clive, Narrative Figure Paintings and St Luke School Student Exhibition-both on view from March 10-April 1, 2017. Both exhibits opening reception will be on Friday, March 10 from 6:30-8:30pm. The event is free and open to the public.
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