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Draw from the Collection
Saturday, August 13, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
Hot August Yoga
August 14, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Ravaged Sublime:
Landscape Photography
in the 21st Century
October 15, 2016 – January 8, 2017
Lecture with Mia Bennett, Ph.D.
Polar Studies Scholar
September 15, 6:30 p.m..
Lecture with Dr. Eric Hodgson,
Smale Interactive Visualization Center,
Miami University
October 6, 6:30 p.m.
Oktoberfest 2016
September 23–25
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Spending time with mom in The Lange Family Experiencenter.
From the Director
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Special Exhibitions
The Antarctic Sublime &
Elements of Nature:Water
Page 4–5
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Curatorial Features
Page 7–8
What’s Happening In Education
Page 8–9
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The Museum Store
Page 11
Support Your Dayton Art Institute
Page 12
News Around the Museum
Page 13
Annual Fund
Page 14
Programs At-A-Glance
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Oktoberfest- where friends have been celberating for 45 years.
Summer Art Camp is the perfect place to make new friends.
Member Magazine 2016: Volume XXV, Issue 2
ISSN 1523-2522. External Affairs Director, Alexis Larsen;
Editor, Eric Brockman; Design, Rebecca Tsaloff and Alexis Larsen
Enjoying drinks with friends in Leo Bistro
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of many windows with high efficiency units will
begin in the coming weeks. Improvements to the
building’s HVAC and technology infrastructure are
also taking place. Please be aware that there may
be some gallery changes due to work schedules.
I’m excited to announce that in May, Ohio
Governor John Kasich signed a new State Capital
Appropriations Bill, which included another $1
million for The Dayton Art Institute, to help fund
additional renovation and improvement projects
for the museum’s 2019 centennial. We’ll be
announcing more plans related to this funding in
the coming months.
Earlier in the spring, Lynn Hulsey from the Dayton
Daily News paid us a visit to discuss the renovation
projects funded by this state money.You can watch
the video from her visit here:
Welcome to the second edition of our enhanced
digital Member Magazine! We’re continuing to add
more interactive content to each issue, and we’ve
also created a step-by-step video guide to help
you navigate the digital edition.You can access the
video guide on the adjacent page, as well as at
It’s hard to believe that we’re already heading into
the final weeks of summer and the kids will be
going back to school very soon. We hope you’ll
make time to see our summer special exhibitions
The Antarctic Sublime & Elements of Nature: Water,
which are now on view. Everyone is buzzing about
the interactive mechanical penguins of Daniel
Rozin’s Penguins Mirror, which are featured in the
exhibitions. Check out the exhibition feature in this
issue for more information.
Museum improvements and upgrades related
to the $2.2 million in funding received from the
2014 State of Ohio Capital Appropriations Bill
continue. Modernization of four original museum
restrooms is underway, and the replacement
Dayton Business Journal’s Innovation Index Award
As fall approaches, don’t forget to mark your
calendars for Oktoberfest, which takes place
September 23-25. It’s not only one of Dayton’s
favorite fall festivals, but also the museum’s largest
annual fundraiser. Thousands of volunteers are
needed for Oktoberfest – see the feature in this
issue for more information about how you can
assist with this important event.
Enjoy the remaining days of summer, and we look
forward to seeing you at your Dayton Art Institute.
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You can read her full Dayton Daily News feature by
clicking here.
In other news, The DAI was also recently honored
as a finalist in the Dayton Business Journal’s
Innovation Index Awards, in the category of Service
to Society. Thank you to all of the staff, Board,
Associate Board, volunteers and docents who
continually work to ensure that we are serving
our community and mission in innovative ways –
congratulations! I am proud of our team at The
Dayton Art Institute.
Michael R. Roediger, MSLD, CFRE
Director and CEO
Edward J. Blake, Chairman
CEO, MV Commercial Group,
CFO, Miller-Valentine Group
Brock Anderson III
Bonbright Distributors
Erin Paulson,Vice Chairman
Founding Principal
The Paulson Collective
Jessica Barry
Owner & President
School of Advertising Art
Thomas A. Compton, Treasurer
Precision Strip, Inc.
Tracy Bieser
Community Volunteer
Julie Liss-Katz, Secretary
Systems Vice President and
Chief Government Affairs Officer
Premier Health
James F. Dicke, II,
Chairman Emeritus *
Crown Equipment Corporation
Linda Caron, PhD.
Associate Dean
Wright State University College
of Liberal Arts
Daniel Davis
Senior Vice President and
Sales Manager of Commercial
Banking Group
PNC Bank
Deborah A. Feldman
President & CEO
Dayton Children’s Hospital
Rachel Goodspeed
Manager, Community Affairs
Richard Haas
Senior Vice President
Kettering Health Network
Jennifer Harrison
Pamela P. Houk
Exhibition & Museum
Education Consultant
Bill Lukens
Chairman & CEO
Stillwater Technologies, Inc.
Mark Manuel
VP Development & Information
Crown Equipment Corporation
Bear Monita
LWC Incorporated
Pat Diven *
DAI Docent Chair
Amos L. Otis
President & CEO
SoBran, Inc.
Mimi Rose
Community Volunteer
Ty Stone, PhD.
Vice President
Business Operations,
Sinclair Community College
Shaun Hunter *
Leadership Dayton Representative
Deborah Lieberman *
Montgomery County Commissioner
Bob Nevin *
DAI Endowment Committee Chair
The Honorable Nan Whaley *
Mayor, City of Dayton
Beth Whelley *
DAI Associate Board President
* Denotes Ex-officio
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Cool off this summer at The Dayton Art Institute as we continue the
“Year of the Classical Elements,” presenting three contemporary installations which address the element of water. Presenting The Antarctic Sublime
& Elements of Nature: Water these exhibitions are sure to delight!
Elements of Nature: Water
Gallery 209 (off Great Hall)
Two distinct installations examine the concept of water in various forms.
In traditional Japanese painting and woodblock prints, oceans, rivers, and
bodies of water are expressed as a series of curvilinear lines. These lines
give the impression of life, as though water itself were a living creature.
It is from this premise that contemporary Japanese artists’ group teamLab drew their inspiration to create the over 10-foot digital waterfall
called Universe of Water Particles, rendered at five times that of full High
Definition, which allows for intricate and extreme detail of the work. This
digital work will be on display alongside Edo-period (1603–1868) ukiyo-e
woodblock prints from The Dayton Art Institute’s extensive collection, to
explore the awesome power and might of water.
Gallery 118 (off Lower Court)
In another gallery, a monumental photograph by contemporary Berlinbased artist Frank Thiel of the Perito Moreno glacier will be on display.
Located in the Los Glaciares National Park in Patagonia, Argentina, this
glacier is part of the third largest ice cap in the world. Thiel has
created large-format images to capture the immense scale of the 18-milelong by three-mile-wide formation, which is one of the few glaciers in
the world that is actually growing. Reasons abound yet simultaneously
confound many scientists and researchers as to the glacier’s growth, and
the debate remains one that is very relevant today. Thiel’s photograph
of Argentina’s glaciers makes the viewer question the transient nature
of what is around them, and in tandem, it provides the opportunity to
discuss the fragility of man in the face of nature’s awesome might, while
simultaneously emphasizing man’s hubris and determination.
Video: Frank Thiel Discusses His Process
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For more information about the exhibitions, visit
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21c Museum Hotel
DP&L Foundation
Synchrony Financial
Wright State Research Institute
The Antarctic Sublime
Gallery 118
The final installation of the summer suite presents Penguins Mirror (2015) by Daniel Rozin (whose Snow Mirror and Brushed Metal Mirror were featured in the recent exhibition Into the Ether: Contemporary Light Artists).
A colony of 450-mechanized penguins provides an interactive installation that responds to visitors. As
creatures of the Antarctic terrain, and highly adaptive to life in water, the inclusion of the penguins in our
series of exhibitions fits thematically, provides an immersive and responsive environment for viewers, and also
offers an opportunity to further explore the Polar Regions and their climate shifts, ideas of natural selection
and the randomness of genetic drift.
Additional Support from
City of Dayton
Department of Water
Enting Water Conditioning Inc.
Kevin Messer, Artist Eye
Technology Services
Morris Furniture
School of Advertising Art
University of Dayton
Click on the video below to meet Daniel Rozin’s interactive penguins!
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Be sure to join us for these events and programs
related to the exhibition! See the programs section of
this issue and our website for more information and
Super Saturday Family Day: Make a Splash!
August 13, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Curatorial Conversations: The Antarctic Sublime &
Elements of Nature:Water Tour
August 25, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Water in Japanese Art,
July 16, 2016–January 29, 2017
Gallery 105
As an island nation, water is an important element
in Japan; as such, it figures prominently in Japanese
art. The Dayton Art Institute houses a strong
collection of Edo-period (1603–1868) ukiyo-e
woodblock prints and Japanese screen painting,
many of which feature this natural element as a
Super Saturday Family Day: Penguin Pandemonium!
September 10, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Lecture: Mia Bennett, Ph.D. Polar Studies Scholar
“Emerging Connections and Disconnections
in the Global Arctic”
September 15, 6:30 p.m.
Lecture: Dr. Eric Hodgson, Smale Interactive
Visualization Center, Miami University
“Playing with Perceptions of Space”
October 6, 6:30 p.m.
solid, liquid, or vapor, but always full of vitality and
energy. The depiction of water in its many forms is
enormously influential to the Japanese ultra-technologist group teamLab, whose monumental digital
waterfall is featured in the summer exhibition The
Elements of Nature: Water. The curatorial
department has selected a grouping of woodblock
prints and screen paintings for in this focus
exhibition, which includes such masters as Ando
Hiroshige, and Katsushika Hokusai, among many
Museum Members: Free
Adults: $14
Seniors (60+): $11
Students (18+ w/ID): $11
Active Military: $11
Groups (10 or more): $11
Youth (ages 7-17): $6
Children (6 & under): Free
Price includes admission to the exhibition
and the museum’s permanent collection.
FAR LEFT: teamLab, Universe of Water Particles,
2013, 5 channel digital work, Continuous Loop, No.
58607.EC2. Image courtesy the artist.
Penguins Mirror, 2015, 450 stuffed animals, motors,
control electronics, Xbox Kinect, Mac mini, custom
software, tin bases. Dimensions variable. Edition
AP of 1, 1 AP. Courtesy bitforms gallery, New York.
Photo: John Berens
Oktoberfest 2016 takes place Saturday, September 24,
noon – 11:00 p.m. and Sunday, September 25, noon –
7:00 p.m. Oktoberfest includes a fully covered Main Stage
viewing area, Food Court, and “TV Cave” with four
big-screen TVs for all the weekend football action. Live
music will be featured on two stages throughout the
weekend. The ACCO Brands FamilyFest returns,
noon – 4:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, with activities
for all ages in the museum and on the grounds.
Premier Health
Summer is winding down and fall will be here in no
time! Join us and celebrate the change of seasons at the
45th edition of Dayton’s favorite fall festival: Oktoberfest,
presented by Miller Lite and hosted by the 64-member
DAI Associate Board, September 23-25!
Our 2016 Oktoberfest Chairs, Dave Seyer and Keith
Wyatt, have planned another outstanding event, featuring
family activities, artisans, live entertainment on two stages,
delicious food, a Weingarten, and, of course, the best
selection of craft and international beers in the area, with
more than 40 varieties available.
“We are honored to be chairing this year’s event and look
forward to an amazing weekend on the grounds of The
Dayton Art Institute,” said Seyer and Wyatt. “Oktoberfest
is the perfect way to say goodbye to summer and spend
time with family and friends, enjoying great music, art, food
and an incredible selection of beer!”
Join us on Friday, September 23, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00
p.m., for the only free admission of the weekend! This
community lunch, hosted by The DAI’s Associate Board
Alumni, features brats, metts, schnitzel sandwiches,
German salads, homemade noodles and live
entertainment. We’ll tap the main beer truck for the
Lederhosen Lunch – get your first Oktoberfest beer of
the weekend! You can also buy event tickets, Oktoberfest
mugs, and Oktoberfest t-shirts.
Oktoberfest officially begins with the Preview Party,
presented by Premier Health, on September 23 at 7:00
p.m. Highlights include complimentary draft beer, wine
and soft drinks (plus cash bar for premium craft and
international beers), more than 65 artisan exhibitors and
30 food vendors, and entertainment provide by festival
favorites, the Chardon Polka Band. Advance tickets for the
Preview Party are $55 for members and $75 for nonmembers. All tickets purchased at the gate are $95.
The museum’s permanent collection and the special
exhibitions The Antarctic Sublime & Elements of Nature:
Water will be open noon – 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Special exhibition admission during Oktoberfest will be
$11 adults, $6 youth (ages 7-17), and free for museum
members and children (6 & under). Those
visiting the exhibitions must also pay Oktoberfest
Oktoberfest advance tickets (Saturday & Sunday) are
$5 adults, $3 seniors and youth (ages 7-18). Tickets
purchased at the gate are $7 adults, $5 seniors and
youth. Children 6 and under are free. Advance tickets
for the Preview Party and Oktoberfest go on sale in
mid-August and may be purchased online at, by calling
937-223-4ART (4278), or in person at the museum.
Watch the website in August for a list of presale locations
where general admission tickets may also be purchased.
Getting to and from Oktoberfest is easy, with free shuttle
service, including shuttles for the Preview Party! Park for
free at the University of Dayton parking lot behind the
Marriott, just off Patterson Boulevard, and take the free
shuttles directly to and from both the Preview Party and
Oktoberfest. On Saturday and Sunday, you may also park
downtown and take a free RTA Oktoberfest shuttle, with
stops along Wilkinson, Monument, Main Street, Second
Street and Fifth Street in the Oregon District. Free RTA
shuttles will also be available during the Lederhosen
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ACCO Brands
White Allen Family of Dealerships
Arrow Wine and Spirits
DP&L Foundation
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Oregon Printing
ABC 22 & FOX 45
iHeartMedia Dayton
With additional support from
Share the Oktoberfest celebration on social media –
tag your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram posts with
#OktoberfestDayton! Be sure to also join the
Oktoberfest events on our Facebook page for more
information and updates.
Oktoberfest is the museum’s largest annual fundraiser, and
it wouldn’t be possible without the support of our many
volunteers. Each year, more than 2,000 volunteers assist
with the massive task of putting on Oktoberfest. We
need your help! If you’re interested in volunteering
at Oktoberfest, click here to register and view the
available volunteer opportunities.
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renewable third year, during which time Peter
will undertake two significant installation
projects that will advance our understanding
of the Asian collection. In addition to
developing these installations, to be unveiled
during the centennial year, he will assist in the
development of Asian exhibitions and their
related publications, as well as collections
Peter Doebler, Kettering Postdoctoral Curatorial
Assistant in Asian Art
We are pleased to announce the appointment
of Peter L. Doebler as Kettering Postdoctoral
Curatorial Assistant in Asian Art, starting
this August. In anticipation of our centennial
in 2019, during which the museum plans a
major reinterpretation and reinstallation of
several areas of its collection, this endowed
position is a two-year term, with a possible
Kehinde Wiley, (American b. 1977), The Honourable Augustus
Keppel, Admiral of the Blue II, 2006, oil on canvas, 84 x 60 inches
(213.4 x 152.4 cm). On loan from the Collection of Mr. and
Mrs. John and Karen Zappitelli, L18.2008
The dominance of selfie culture and social
media sites allows for the presentation of
multiple personas, providing an opportunity for
individuals to select the type of image they craft
for society. Traditional portraiture serves a similar
function, as it allows the subject to present a
carefully articulated image to the world, one the
artist and subject simultaneously participate in
constructing. Featuring nearly 30 objects from The
DAI’s permanent collection, along with several
important loans, the exhibition Portraiture: Mirror
or Mask? raises a number of questions related to
how one constructs and conceals their identity
through portraiture.
Thank you to all who have donated to recent
conservation projects at the museum! After Lynn
Hulsey’s feature about our conservation efforts
appeared in the Dayton Daily News, The DAI
received support for the conservation of Pier
Francesco Bissolo’s Holy Family with a Donor in
a Landscape, as well as funding for the purchase
of a 17th-century ebonized cabinet-maker’s
pear wood frame for Ruisdael’s Landscape with
Waterfall and Castle (c.1670).
This exhibition provides the curatorial and
education departments an opportunity to test
some labeling strategies and we ask your help in
offering feedback as to which types you prefer—a
survey and notebook are located within the
Peter received his doctorate in 2015 from the
Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, in Art
and Religion, with a dissertation related to the
relationship of the sublime and the paintings
of Hiroshi Senju. He is widely published, with
his efforts focusing on the intersection of
Japanese and western art, film, and religion.
For the past year and a half, he has held a
research fellowship in museum engagement
here at the museum, where he developed
content for What is a Masterpiece?, an
interactive interpretive guide to the museum’s
To learn more about ongoing conservation
projects, visit Gallery 222 to see six more
works in need of conservation, or contact the
Development department at 937-512-0139 to
learn how you can help preserve and present
the collection.
Read more about The DAI’s conservation efforts
Click here to make a donation to The DAI’s
conservation fund.
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For more information about the exhibition, visit
Our popular Curatorial Conversations series
returns this summer with a gallery talk in
August. Each talk is followed by a champagne
reception. For more information about
this and upcoming talks, visit
August 25: Join Dr. Aimee Marcereau
DeGalan for a tour of the special exhibitions
The Antarctic Sublime & Elements of Nature:
Water. Price: $5 members; $20 non-members
(includes exhibition admission)
LEFT: Dr. Susan Marits discusses artwork in the Dicke
Wing of American Art.
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Four talented college art students received the
2016 Yeck College Artist Fellowship: Christa
Cape, Cedarville University, Jessie Karlsberger
and Stephanie Tyson, Wright State University; and
Allison Parrish, University of Dayton. The 2016
Yeck College Artist Fellow exhibition continues
through September 4 in the South Extended
Gallery of the museum’s lower level.
On May 28, the work of these young artists was
celebrated at an opening reception, combined
with a reception for the 2016 Yeck High School
Scholarship students.
Our docents will help you explore your DAI!
Click here to read more about the Yeck Fellows
The Dayton Art Institute has a devoted corps of
trained docents who lead tours of the museum
collection and special exhibitions. To schedule a
tour for a class or group, contact [email protected] You can also “drop in” for a docentled tour on Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. and Sundays at
1:30 p.m. This drop-in tour is often an introduction
to the museum, but can be adapted to participants’
interests. For more about tours at your DAI, visit
Visit for more
about the exhibition.
Applications for the 2017 Yeck High School
Scholarship program are due by November
18, 2016. For more information and submission
guidelines visit For
questions, please contact Susan Martis, Curator of
Education, at [email protected]
Allison Parish, Fervor, 2016, Monotype, chine colle on steel.
Lent by artist.
The Dayton Art Institute’s ReImagining Works
partnership continues with the Dayton Metro Library
(DML), and artwork was recently unveiled at the
newly opened Miami Township and Northwest
Branch Libraries.
At Miami Township, Stefan Chinov’s installation Four
Lozenges was inspired by the Shang Dynasty Ritual
Wine Vessel from The DAI’s permanent collection.
At the Northwest Branch Library, four new works
are featured: Amy Kollar Anderson’s Marketplace of
the Mind, Marsha Pippenger’s Spaces Between
Stones, Virginia Kistler’s Untitled, and Francis
Schanberger’s Scattered Hoard. The pieces drew
inspiration from the Relief Fragment from Persepolis
and the Kuosi (Elephant Mask) Society Costume in
the museum’s collection.
As this issue was being produced, artwork was also
unveiled at the New Lebanon Branch Library. Watch
for more about this installation in the next Member
For more about these artworks and the ReImagining
Works project, visit
Click the block below to watch the Northwest
Branch artworks being installed.
Art + Core Connections, formerly called
Art Connections, has been revised and
updated to affirm our commitment to
providing opportunities to enrich curriculum
content. Looking at art and artifacts brings
knowledge and history to life, while allowing
students to practice skills of communication,
collaboration, critical thinking, cultural
awareness and creativity.
An educator’s evaluation of a revised tour
describes that the docent, “did an excellent
job of connecting the art to information
about the countries of origin that the
students already knew. He engaged the
students in interesting conversations with
good, thoughtful questions.”
Visit for more
information about the revised program.
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On May 21, we celebrated 40 years of
intergenerational art engagement in The Lange Family
Experiencenter! The DAI was a pioneer among
art museums when it supported an interactive
gallery, and we were honored that Pamala P. Houk,
who founded the space, attended the opening and
provided a history of its development in the museum.
The new Lange Family Experiencenter exhibition,
The Nature of Art, complements the 2016 special
exhibitions and provides many opportunities to
expand your engagement with art: See how the
natural elements are represented in art and look for
Virginia Kistler (American, born 1976), Agaricales
Illuminated, 2016, CNC router cut plywood, plastic
sheeting, halogen lighting, LED lighting. The Lange Family
Experiencenter, 2016 Yeck Artist-in-Residence
The Lange Family
The Frank M. Tait Foundation
Dayton Freight Lines, Inc.
natural materials and objects; connect your senses of
sight and sound; discover the concepts of the sublime
and the beautiful; make seasonal art to add to the
gallery and emboss paper; and view a video of artists
who create with nature, filmed by DECA students
mentored by Wright State University students.
Agricales Illuminated, an installation by Yeck Artist-inResidence Virginia Kistler, complements the theme.
Walk in between and around the sculptures to
become part of the urban and natural environments
that inspire Kistler. She has exhibited her sculptures
and installation work in galleries throughout Ohio,
including The Sculpture Center in Cleveland, The Riffe
Gallery in Columbus and the Rosewood Gallery
in Kettering, Ohio. Kistler’s work was exhibited at
the Grand Rapids Art Museum as part of the 2012
ArtPrize, and she recently completed a commission
for the Dayton Metro Library’s Northwest Branch,
as part of the library’s ReImagining Works partnership
with The DAI.
The Nature of Art tour and workshop for schools and
community groups introduce students to the ways
artists transform natural materials and how nature
inspires the subjects of art. For more information or
to book a tour, call 937-223-4278, Ext. 241, or email
[email protected] more about the
exhibition, visit
DP&L Foundation
Speedway, LLC
Betsy and Lee Whitney
Each year, Renate Frydman and her family
honor the memory of her grandfather
Max May, an artist and architect, by
sponsoring an art contest that encourages
area students in grades 5-12 to focus on
the Holocaust and then create art for a
world that is free of racism, disrespect and
intolerance. Held under the auspices of
the Holocaust Education Committee of
the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton, a
selection of these works is on display at The
DAI now through mid-October. We thank
the family for encouraging teachers to help
their students express artistically that we
cannot change the past, but we can change
the future. For more information, visit
IMAGE: Ilmira Aslanova, Painful Faith, Painting, DECA,
Grade 9, Teacher: Mrs. Bentley
Each year, The DAI selects an outstanding and
inspirational art educator for the Pamela P.
Houk Award for Excellence in Art Education.
Selections are made through a nomination
and panel process. We encourage you to
nominate an arts educator who is excellent
in his or her field. The recipient is presented
with the award at The DAI’s annual meeting
and receives permanent recognition in The
Lange Family Experiencenter. Nominations
for 2017 are being accepted now through
December 1, 2016. Details concerning
eligibility and the nomination process can be
found at
William and Dorothy Yeck
The Harry S. Price Jr., Family Fund
The week of June 13, fifteen middle school
students from around the Dayton area took part
in the annual Dorothy Myers Yeck Scholarship
Studio. These students spent an intensive week
working with art educators Susan Kuntz and
James Pate, creating artwork that was shown at a
reception for friends and family.
For more about the program, visit
A Yeck student poses with her mother in front of her artwork
during the reception.
Julie Anderson was the recipient of the 2016 Houk
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attention to whatever is there for us in the present
moment, without judgment, using breathing,
meditation and gentle movement. The practice will
be followed by a docent-led tour of the museum’s
permanent collection, along with a celebratory
Practice Session #5:Yoga at Night
Thursday, October 6, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Experience a “Night at the Museum” yoga practice
session under the Shaw Gothic Cloister’s iconic
glass skylight! Alex Kellar returns to lead us through
an all-level yoga practice session. We will then tour
other landscape skies in the European collection
and sample a spiced hard cider.
Practice Session #6: GO W/ THE FLOW
Sunday, November 20, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Feeling strong and centered during Yoga at the Museum.
Our recent spring and summer yoga sessions were
a hit! We’ve expanded our Yoga at the Museum
series with three new practice sessions this summer
and fall, including an event session.
All upcoming Yoga at the Museum sessions take
place in the Shaw Gothic Cloister. The cost per
session is $20 members; $23 non-members. For a
limited time, you can register for all three sessions
for just $50 members and $55 non-members!
Practice Session #4: Hot August Yoga
Sunday, August 14, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
GO W/ THE FLOW founders Tori Reynolds and
Ben Rivet will provide a unique yoga experience
through live music and playful vinyasa movements!
The practice will experiment with yoga, meditation
and strength, all set to live-looped guitar, beatboxing
and vocals. Connecting to this contemporary yoga
style will be a tour of the special exhibition Ravaged
Sublime: Landscape Photography in the 21st Century
and a champagne toast.
Please bring your own mat. No bottled water
is allowed in the galleries; The DAI will provide
The Hale Cloister is a beautiful setting for your big day.
Our popular Vine & Canvas wine tasting series
returns this fall with three new tastings and tours
of the museum’s permanent collection. It’s a
perfect date night!
Advance Tickets for each tasting are $30 members
and $35 non-members. All tickets purchased at
the door (as available) are $40. A special “Series
Flight” is available for a limited time, offering tickets
to all three tastings for $80 members and $95
The fall series includes:
Vine & Canvas is a fun way to sample new wines and see
great art
Did you know that The Dayton Art Institute hosts
an average of more than 40 weddings and more
than 100 rental events per year? Click on the video
block above to see highlights from recent weddings
at the museum.
Due to an event cancellation, The DAI has a rental
opening on Saturday, October 15 and is offering
a 30% discount for this date. Contact our rentals
department at 937-512-0162 for more information.
Visit, to learn
more about how you can make your event one to
remember at The DAI.
Space is limited and our Yoga at the Museum
sessions fill quickly – advance reservations are
recommended! Go to
for more information and to register online.
Stephanie O’Hara from Day Yoga Studio will help
us engage all of our senses and bring complete
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Go Green
Thursday, September 2, 6:30 p.m.
Sample organically grown wines and learn about
vintners who embrace natural methods to
cultivate grapes, as well as the health benefits
gained by going green. A docent-led tour of the
American collection will highlight works that
create dynamic installations from repurposed
October Skies
Thursday, October 27, 6:30 p.m.
Mulled spiced wine, port and mead wines are the
perfect pairing for an October day! Sample five
local wines geared toward fall festivals and cooler
temperatures, and take a European gallery tour of
atmospheric landscapes.
Sipping Under the Stars
Thursday, November 17, 6:30 p.m.
Sparkle and Shine this holiday season! Sample
sparkling wine, effervescent champagne and a
selection of favorite holiday food-paring wines.
Tour the sparkle and shine of the glass gallery
and learn about the Shaw Gothic Cloister’s iconic
All tastings take place from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. in the
Shaw Gothic Cloister. Vine & Canvas tastings often
sell out, so we recommend buying your tickets
in advance! For more information and to order
tickets online, go to
Art Changes Lives Live it
The Museum Store recently launched an all-new online store,
powered by Big Commerce, one of the leading online retail
platforms. Here are just a few of the many items you’ll find at!
Artist Palette Cheese Tray & Coaster
Cheese Tray: $34.95
Coaster: $9.95
A colorful way to serve up anything at your next gathering!
Buddha Board
Paint on the surface with water and your creation comes to life! As the water
evaporates, your art disappears, leaving a clean slate.
Unicorn Bank
Make saving money fun and magical with this unicorn bank, available
in blue or white.
Venetian Solitaire Game
Featuring individually hand-blown glass marbles, full of color, and a solid
ebony board!
Throughout the month of August, show this coupon to
receive a one-time 20% discount on your next purchase in
The Museum Store! Coupon cannot be combined with any
other discounts or offers.
Not valid with consignment items, already discounted
merchandise, special orders, merchandise on hold, or online
purchases. Coupon expires August 31, 2016.
Fuddle Wuddle Elephant
This cute plush elephant is stomping in for a mighty cuddle!
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2016 Art Ball! Art Ball is a major fundraising event for the museum, and the
support is greatly appreciated. We’re excited to report that this year’s Art Ball generated the largest revenue in the event’s
long history!
A special thank you goes to this year’s title sponsor, Morgan Stanley. Art Ball would not be possible without the generous
support of Morgan Stanley, as well as our many other sponsors! We extend thanks to all of our many Art Ball sponsors:
Gothic Cloister Cocktail Hour Sponsor
The Cornell/Nicholson Team at UBS
Financial Services
VIP Reception Sponsor Heidelberg
Distributing Company
Great Hall Sponsor Merrill Lynch
Moonlight Lounge Sponsor Lexus of
The Hale Group at Morgan Stanley
Pickrel, Schaeffer & Ebeling Co. LPA
Paul D. Moyer, M.D./Dayton Eye Associates
Square One Salon & Spa
WilmerHale LLP.
Bonbright Distributors
Burke Orthodontics
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Enterprise Roofing
Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway
James Free Jewelers:
Official Jeweler of Art Ball
LWC Incorporated
Northwestern Mutual
With additional support from:
Arrow Wine & Spirits
BLC Entertainment
The Carrs Photography
Dorothy Lane Market
The Flower Shoppe
Ghostlight Coffee
Marion’s Piazza
Oregon Printing
Prime Time Party Rental
Save the Date!
Art Ball 2017
June 10, 2017
Art has always played an important part in
Larry Glickler’s life, and when the Carnell Circle
was established to encourage legacy gifts to the
museum, he was among the group’s charter
“I’ve always been an arts person,” Larry recalled.
“I’ve always been interested and involved in
both the visual and performing arts. I grew up
in Columbus and have been a member of The
Dayton Art Institute since coming to Dayton in
1980, and am also a longtime member of the
Jefferson Patterson Society.”
The Dayton Art Institute has joined the Bank
of America Museums on Us® program, which
provides Bank of America and Merrill Lynch
cardholders free general admission to more than
150 arts, cultural and educational institutions during
the first full weekend of every month. To qualify for
the Museums on Us program, Bank of America/
Merrill Lynch customers simply present their credit
or debit card and a valid photo ID at The DAI’s
Guest Services Desk on the first full weekend of
the month to gain one free general admission*.
Larry and Charles have established a planned gift
of a bequest with a charitable remainder trust to
go to The Dayton Art Institute.
Larry and Charles have been together for
16 years, and they both consider Dayton
to be unique for the size and diversity of its
arts community, in relation to the city’s size.
Larry currently serves on the Victoria Theatre
Association Board and has served on many
other community arts and civic boards over the
Larry noted that he rarely places restrictions on
gifts he makes. By making an unrestricted gift,
Larry and Charles hope to contribute to the
overall betterment of the museum, by helping
to build endowments for general operations,
to make certain it remains accessible to all for
future generations.
“We’re so proud of what Michael has done here
and what he is accomplishing in opening up the
Art Institute to more of the general public,”
Larry said. “That’s something that we’ve really
For more information about the Carnell Circle
and planned giving opportunities, please contact
Ryan Pasco, Individual Giving Manager, at
937-512-0139 or [email protected]
For more about the program, including a list of
participating venues, visit
museumsonus or
* The offer is limited to the cardholder and
excludes fundraising events, special exhibitions and
ticketed programs (not to be combined with other
Our new Guest Services Desk was installed
earlier in July.
The accompanying photo was taken at the
ribbon cutting ceremony on July 13.
Construction of the new desk was funded
through our 2014 power2give campaign and
a generous gift from Nancy and Jerry Nowak.
Thank you to everyone who helped make
a more user-friendly Guest Services Desk a
As The Dayton Art Institute begins the countdown
to its 2019 centennial, we’ll be featuring historical
photos from museum’s archives.
The first of those is a view of the museum’s original
home from 1919-1929, which was located at the
corner of Monument Avenue and St. Clair Street in
downtown Dayton.
Watch our Facebook page every Thursday
afternoon for more #ThrowbackThursday photos,
and check out the slideshow at dayotnartinstitute.
“I was always interested in the arts, but I never
really considered philanthropy prior to meeting
Larry,” Charles said. “Today, I would say it’s
important to give back to your community. We
both agree it’s important to give to the arts, as
well as other organizations.”
The Dayton Art Institute has once again
participated in the annual Blue Star Museums
Program, a collaboration among the National
Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the
Department of Defense, and more than 2,000
museums across America to offer free admission
to the nation’s active-duty military personnel
from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2016.
During the program, The DAI will waive its
suggested admission fee and offer free general
admission to the permanent collection for all
active-duty military personnel and their families,
as well as discounted admission to the special
exhibitions The Antarctic Sublime & Elements of
Nature: Water.
In addition, active duty military personnel and
their families can receive a $10 discount on the
purchase of a new museum membership or
membership renewal.
For more about the program, visit
As a non-profit organization, The Dayton Art Institute counts on the
support of our Annual Fund contributors to open our doors more
than 250 days each year and ensure the museum’s fiscal vitality. Special
exhibitions, events and educational programming such as those featured
here wouldn’t be possible without that support.
For more information or to make a donation, contact Annual Giving
Manager Ryan Pasco, at 937-512-0139 or [email protected]
Booz Allen Hamilton
Dayton Chamber Music Society
Dorothy Lane Market
Oscar K. Edelman Fund
Gershow Family Fund
Global Impact
Kettering Middle School
Kroger Co.
Kuhns Brothers Co. Foundation
The Benevity Community
Impact Fund
Waibel Energy Systems
Mr. Eric Abell
Mrs. Helen H. Abramovitz
Dr. & Mrs. Howard B. Abromowitz
Mrs. Barbara K. Ackerman
Ms. Joan R. Ackerman
Dr. & Mrs. Stewart I. Adam, Jr.
Ms. Miriamne Krummel &
Mr. Matthew Adkins
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Albers
Mrs. Joan Albrecht
Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. Alexander
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Allen
Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Alter
Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Ames
Mrs. Martha M. Amongero
Dr. Evangeline C. Andarsio
Mr. & Mrs. Matt Anderson
Ms. Cheryl Anderson
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Anderson
Mr. & Mrs. Richard D. Anglin, Sr.
Mr. Stuart Antman
Ms. Carol J. Apple
Ms. Carol D. Collins &
Dr. Darrell Apt
Ms. Janet Archer
Mr. & Mrs. James D. Arehart
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Aring
Ms. Shirley K. Ark
Mr. & Mrs. Irvin L. Armstrong
Mr. & Mrs. Campion E. Armstrong
Ms. Theodora Artz
Mr. David H. Ashby
Mrs. JoAnn L. Asher
Ms. Mary Ellen Ashley
Mr. & Mrs. Art Astbury
Mr. & Mrs. James G. Ater
Mr. & Mrs. David S. Atwater
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Ault
Mrs. Marianne Bachman
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Baird
Mrs. Jane Baker
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Ballengee
Drs. Christopher & Susan Barde
Mr. Kevin Bardon &
Ms. Debby Tomasic
Dr. Gary C. Barlow
Ms. Beverly Barnes
Mr. Charles Barnett
Ms. Linda Barnett
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Barnhart
Ms. Pam S. Barry
Mr. & Mrs. Dwight Bartlett
Mr. & Mrs. James Bash
Ms. Audrey Bates
Mr. & Mrs. John V. Batista
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Bauer
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Bauer
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Bauer
Ms. Annette Bauer
Mr. James M. Baumann
Mr. & Mrs. Roger E. Bauser
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Bayless
Charlene & George Bayless
Mr. & Mrs. Duane Bayman
Mr. & Mrs. Mike Beamish
Mrs. Janet M. Beaven
Mrs. Lillian M. Beck
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Beck
Mr. & Mrs. George Becker
Ms. Barbara Beel
Dr. & Mrs. John Beigel
Ms. Anne Berlin & Mr. Robert T. Bell
Mr. & Mrs. Russell S. Bennett
Mr. & Mrs. Wilson H. Bent
Ms. Joyce Berchtold
Mr. & Mrs. William Berger
Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Beringer, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Berner
Mr. Michael Berning
Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Bernitt
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Berry
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Best
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Bettman
Mrs. Susie W. Betts
Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Bevis
Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Biersack
Mr. Robert C. Bilikam, Jr.
Ms. Dorothy S. Birchfield
Dr. Marlene K. Bireley
Mr. & Mrs. Ted R. Black
Mr. & Mrs. James Black
Mr. Robert A. Blair &
Ms. Jane McGee-Rafal
Mr. & Mrs. Ray Blatz
Ms. Barbara E. Blauman
Mr. & Mrs. Tony Bleses
Dr. & Mrs. John E. Bloom
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Bock
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Boensch
Mr. & Mrs. George Bohlen
Ms. Catherine Booher
Ms. Ann F. Booher
Ms. P. Melody Bookwalter
Mr. & Mrs. James A. Booth
Mr. & Mrs. Rex Borton
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Bowman
Ms. Mary Bowman
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Brackney
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas A. Bradley
Ms. Joanne Brady
Ms. Rosemary P. Brame
Mr. Jon Brazelton
Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Brechtl
Dr. & Mrs. James Breisch
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Brewster
Ms. Donna J. Bright &
Mr. P. Scott Knife
Ms. Susan Brockman &
Mr. Glen Clark
Mr. & Mrs. George Broderick
Mr. & Mrs. Jim Broestl
Mr. & Mrs. William Brogan
Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Brooks
Mr. & Mrs. Dansen L. Brown
Mr. Steven M. Brown
Ms. Leilani V. Brown
Mr. Warren K. Brown
Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Browne
Dr. Gwen Brubaker
Mrs. Jacqueline M. Brumfield
Ms. Gail A. Brun
Ms. Catherine Brunner &
Ms. Suzi Luebke
Mrs. Carol A. Bucklew
Dr. & Mrs. Glen R. Buell
Ms. Virginia M. Burchett &
Ms. Imogene Burchett
Mrs. Sonya C. Burke
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Busch
Dr. & Mrs. Calvert R. Busch
Ms. Betty J. Butkus
Ms. Rebecca Butler
Mr. & Mrs. Jim Byrd
Ms. JoAnne Callahan
Mrs. M. Alice Callier
Mr. & Mrs. Madison P. Campbell
Mrs. Sheila Campbell
Mr. Charles Campbell
Mrs. Barbara Campbell
Ms. Wendy Campbell
Mrs. Ada D. Candor
Ms. Deborah Carey
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Cargan
Ms. Jesse Carlock & Ms. Kerry Glaus
Mrs. Carol E. Carlson
Ms. Priscilla J. Carr
Ms. Marilyn M. Carter
Dr. Cecile Cary
Mrs. Nancy Cash
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Cawood
Mr. Charles Chamberlain, Jr.
Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Chandler
Ms. Shelly Charles & Family
Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Chelle
Dr. & Mrs. Jeffrey S. Christian
Mrs. Anastasia M. Christopher
Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Clapp
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Clark
Mrs. Carole Clifford
Ms. Mary F. Clifford
Mr. & Mrs. Sid Cohen
Ms. Stephanie Collier
Ms. C. Jane Collins &
Mr. John Gummel
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Colvin
Mr. & Mrs. Townsel Combs
Ms. Maia Comeau
Mr. Donald M. Compton
Dr. Thomas Connair
Dr. Mary Connolly
Mr. & Mrs. Dick Conrad
Mr. Richard E. Considine
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Cooper
Ms. Kim Copley
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Cornell
Mr. Rob Cornell
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Cornell
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Corpus, Jr.
Ms. Carol J. Corrado
Mr. Barry Corson
Mr. Stephen &
Mrs. Mary V. Cotterman
Mr. & Mrs. James G. Coughlin
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Coughnour
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Courtney
Dr. Gordon Cowperthwaite
Mr. & Mrs. Rodney Cox
Dr. & Mrs. William E. Coyne
Dr. & Mrs. Michael W. Craig
Mr. & Mrs. Steve Crews
Dr. Joanne R. Cross
Mrs. Betty Crouse
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Curry
Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Curtoys
Ms. Jennifer J. Czuprynski
Mr. Joseph P. Dalbey
Mr. & Mrs. Bryan A. Daly
Mr. & Mrs. Mike Daniel
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Daniels
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DaPolito
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Darner
Ms. Nancy Datko
Mr. William B. Davidson
Ms. Julie Davis
Mr. Max & Mrs. Marie Davis
Mr. & Mrs. John Davis
Ms. Susan Davis
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin T. Davis
Mrs. Sue Davis & Ms. Jennifer Davis
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick L. De Naples
Mr. Carter De Werd &
Ms. Connie Strobbe
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Deal
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Debrosse
Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. Delaney
Mr. David L. Dellis
Mr. & Mrs. Dick DeLon
Ms. Ann W. Denison
Mr. & Mrs. Stewart DeVilbiss
Mrs. Cheryl Devore
Mr. & Mrs. James F. Dicke, III
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew O. Diggs, Jr.
Dr. & Mrs. Mark Dinkins
Mr. & Mrs. Dave L. Diven
Mr. Stanley R. Dixon
Ms. M.J. Dodson
Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Donahue
Dr. & Mrs. Jacob H. Dorn
Mrs. Carol H. Dowling
Mr. John F. Drennen
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Drerup, Jr.
Mr. Timothy Dues &
Mr. James Tamme
Ms. Ruth Anna Duff
Ms. Sara L. Duff
Mr. Patrick Duffley
Ms. Deborah Dulaney
Mr. & Mrs. John Dunn
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Dupps, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. James Durham
Mrs. Michele Dutcher
Mr. Harry G. Ebeling
Dr. Tina M. Ebenger
Ms. Gwen Eberly
Mr. & Mrs. Duane Eby
Mrs. Carol H. Echols
Mr. & Mrs. J. Norman Eckstein
Dr. Ashley Edwards
Mrs. Mary Anne Eichner
A member engaged with Chromosphere, by artist
Diane Willow, during the Into The Ether exhibition.
Mr. & Mrs. Melvin C. Eifert
Mrs. Jennie Eisnaugle &
Mrs. Bonnie McCarthy
Mr. & Mrs. J. K. Elbaum
Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Elliott
Mr. & Mrs. John Elson
Mr. & Mrs. Noel C. England
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Enouen
Mrs. Harriet L. Ensor
Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Eppley
Mr. & Mrs. David Erbaugh
Mrs. Marlyce A. Erickson
Mr. & Mrs. Donald T. Erwine, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Etson
Ms. Joyce M. Evans
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Evans
Mrs. Marjorie Evans
Mrs. Mary Fadely
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Fagan
Mr. Lee C. Falke
Mrs. Velma Y. Fansler
Mr. & Mrs. David M. Farmer
Ms. Theresa A. Fechek
Mr. Robert K. Feist
Mrs. Patricia E. Feldman
Dr. & Mrs. H. Allan Feller
Ms. Deborah Felzien
Mr. & Mrs. Walt Fenstermacher
Ms. Cheryl Fenton &
Ms. Amy Stoner
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Ferdelman
Mrs. Judith B. Fergus
Ms. Denise Ferguson &
Ms. Jaime Ferguson
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Ferguson
Mr. & Mrs. Francesco A. Ferrante
Mr. & Mrs. F. Paul Fiden
Mr. Ray Fiedler
Dr. Robert K. Finley, Jr.
Ms. Victoria Fiore
Dr. Steven Fiorino & Ms. Lisa Carney
Mrs. Martha S. Fisher
Ms. Cynthia E. Fisher
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Flagel
Dr. & Mrs. Ronald L. Fletcher
Mr. & Mrs. Bill Flock
Dee & Joel Florence
Mr. & Mrs. James Flynn
Mr. & Mrs. C.J. Fogarty
Ms. Katherine Kadish &
Dr. Robert S. Fogarty
Mr. & Mrs. David Foraker
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Foreman
Mr. Victor M. Forlani
Ms. Lorraine D. Fortner
Dr. Gene Fox
Ms. Marjorie B. Framme &
Mr. Robert Caporal
Ms. Patricia Francis
Mrs. Eileen S. Frantz
Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Frantz
Mrs. Julia Frantz
Dr. & Mrs. J. Scott Fraser
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond E. Fredette
Mrs. Marilyn J. Freier
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel P. French
Mrs. Patricia L. Frericks
Mr. & Mrs. Neil F. Freund
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Fribley
Dr. Eric L. Friedland
Mrs. Helen L. Friedman
Mr. & Mrs. William J. Friel
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Froehle
Mr. & Mrs. Chris Froehlich
Mrs. Barbara S. Fryburg
Mr. William A. Frye
Mr. Rollin Furnas
Mr. & Mrs. Jim Gaines
Mrs. Mary Sue Gardetto
Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. Gardner
Dr. & Mrs. Felix Garfunkel
Summer Art Campers made some truly
beautiful creations during the Jewelry Making
Ms. Mary R. Jones &
Mr. Stanley G. Garrett
Mrs. Diane Gary
Mr. Donald L. Gasho
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Gebhart
Ms. Sue A. Gedra
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Gentner
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Geraghty
Mr. & Mrs. John Geri
Mr. Dale Gerken
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Gibson
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Gies
Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Gilbert
Ms. Marjorie Gilbert
Ms. Sandrena Gillaspy
Mr. S. Bradley Gillaugh
Mr. & Mrs. William Givens, Sr.
Ms. Jackie Glaser
Mr. Roger S. Glass
Mr. & Mrs. James K. Glynn
Mr. & Mrs. David L. Goldenberg
Dr. & Mrs. Kim Goldenberg
Mrs. Adele D. Good
Ms. Paula J. Good
Mr. & Mrs. Victor Good
Ms. Grace Goodall
Ms. Lillian Goodloe
Ms. Vicki Lipstreuer &
Mr. Glen Goodwin
Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Gottschlich
Mrs. Harriet K. Gounaris
Mr. & Mrs. Dick Graf
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Graham
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Gran
Joanne Granzow
Ms. Mary C. Graves
Mrs. Martha R. Gray
Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Green
Mrs. Sonia Green
Ms. Lisa Greenberg
Mr. & Mrs. Peter S. Greis
Mr. Douglas E. Grewe, Jr. &
Mr. Donald Stephan
Mr. & Mrs. Randall Griffin
Miss Mary E. Grisey
Drs. Mary Ellen Leary &
Howard Gross
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Gruner
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Guadalupe
Mrs. Rita Gujadhur
Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Haas, Jr.
Dr. & Mrs. Russell H. Hackett
Rev. Gerald Haemmerle
Mr. & Mrs. William L. Haffner
Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. Hagan
Mrs. Mary Sue Haines
Ms. Joanne Haley
Ms. Martha E. Haley
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Haley
Mrs. Mary Susan Hall
Mr. & Mrs. Rolland E. Hall
Ms. Denise C. Hall
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Hall
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Hamlin
Ms. Sue Hammock
Mr. & Mrs. David H. Hammond
Ms. Mary F. Hanaghan
Ms. Diane Handler
Charlotte Handler
Mr. & Mrs. David Y. Handlir
Ms. Margaret K. Haney
Ms. Jane Hankins
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Hanselman, II
Ms. Julie R. Hansen
Ms. Jane F. Hansley
Dr. Elizabeth A. Hardy &
Mr. Rick Omlor
Mrs. Ann Harker
Mrs. Beatrice Harris
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Harshbarger
Mrs. Marilyn Hart
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Hart
Mr. & Mrs. Gerry Harte
Mr. Lowell Hartman &
Ms. Sharon Crossen
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hartzell
Ms. Yvonne M. Harwood
Mr. & Mrs. Bond R. Hattershire
Ms. Janet Hauser
Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Hayashi
Mr. & Mrs. Jim Hayes
Mr. Dennis R. Hays &
Ms. Llana Combs
Mr. & Mrs. Neil W. Hazel
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Heaton
Mr. Paul Heintz
Mrs. Lucille K. Helker
Mr. Don Hellrigel
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick M. Hemenger
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Hemmelgam
Ms. Jane M. Henry
Ms. Susan K. Henry &
Mr. Perry G. Nystrom
Ms. Mary J. Henry
Mr. & Mrs. Doug Hensley
Mrs. Elizabeth Herbert
Drs. Kirby & Rita Heritage
Mr. & Mrs. Warren Herminghausen
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. Heyman
Mrs. Mary Ann Hickey
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Hickman
Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Higgins
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Hill
Mrs. Lois J. Hines
Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Hipp
Dr. & Mrs. David Hitch
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hlavac
Mr. Ruey Hodapp, Jr.
Ms. Ruth E. Hoecker
Mrs. N. Volette Hofacker
Dr. & Mrs. Jeffrey K. Hoffman
Mr. & Mrs. Donald K. Hoke
Marjie & Paul Holcomb
Mr. & Mrs. Earl B. Holton
Dr. & Mrs. Martin M. Holzinger
Mr. & Mrs. Louis G. Homan
Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Honious
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Hopkins
Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Horan
Ms. Barbara Horner
Mrs. Carol M. Houck
Dr. Constantine H. Houpis
Mrs. Mary J. Houtz
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Howard
Dr. Lillie P. Howard
Mr. & Mrs. Cooley R. Howarth
Mrs. Mildred C. Hubler
Mrs. Judy M. Hudson
Mr. & Mrs. James Huether
Mrs. Anne L. Huffman
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Hughes
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Hughes
Mr. Philip B. Hull
Mr. & Mrs. C. Kermit Hummell
Ms. Betty Hurley
Col. & Mrs. Charles R. Hurst
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Hustad
Mrs. Nancy Hutchins
Mr. & Mrs. Ray Hutter
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin A. Hyde
Ms. Leslie K. Hyll &
Mr. Edmund Cordray
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Iannarino
Ms. Kim E. Iconis &
Mr. Charles S. Taylor
Ms. Iris Igawa
Mrs. Sandra P. Ingberg
Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Irvin
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Jackson
Mr. & Mrs. Bob Jackson
Yoga in the Hale Cloister is a beautiful
experience. The new Yoga at the Museum
series is becoming immensely popular.
Mr. John E. Jacobs
Dr. & Mrs. Michael A. Jaffe
Ms. Janice E. James &
Ms. Joyce Gibbs
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis W. Jarvi
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Jasko
Mr. & Mrs. Lynn Jefferies
Mr. & Mrs. G. Scott Jenkins
Mrs. Daphne Jenks
Nita A. Jennings
Mr. Chris Jensen
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Jessee
Mr. & Mrs. John Jessup
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Jobe
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond C. Johnson
Mrs. Martha J. Johnson
Ms. Nancy Johnston
Ms. Karen Wendeln
Mrs. Chong Zhang & Mr. James Joly
Mr. Thomas E. Jonak &
Ms. Sandra L. Simmons
Mrs. Samantha Jones
Ms. Norma M. Jones
Ms. Patricia Jones
Mrs. Clara Jones
Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Jones
Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Jones
Ms. Eileen Tribby &
Mr. Hayward P. Jones
Mr. & Mrs. Mark B. Jordan
Mrs. Ann M. Jorgensen
Ms. Ann Juchno &
Ms. Michele Owens
Mrs. Phyllis F. Kadle
Dr. & Mrs. Ints Kaleps
Ms. Julie T. Beall &
Mr. Tim G. Kambitsch
Mr. & Mrs. Bob Kaminski
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Kammer
Ms. Dana Kane
Ms. Anne Karig
Mr. Peter Kates
Mr. & Mrs. Allan Katz
Mr. & Mrs. D. Robert Keeler
Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. Keil
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Keller
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Keller
Mr. & Mrs. Alan K. Kelley
Dr. & Mrs. Michael Kelly
Mr. & Mrs. Larry G. Kelly
Mr. William J. Kent &
Ms. Gayle M. Gyure
Mr. & Mrs. Byron Kentner
Mr. Tim Keny
Mr. Donald Kern
Mr. & Mrs. Paul D. Kessler
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Keyer
Mr. & Mrs. Marvin L. Kidd
Mr. & Mrs. Christian Kiewitz
Yungju Kim
Ms. Jenny Beth Kimberly
Mr. & Mrs. Edward D. Kimmich
Mr. Robert King
Ms. Ruth King
Mr. Tom Kinne
Ms. Gloria Kinsler
Ms. Patricia Kirk
Mr. & Mrs. James R. Kirkland
Ms. Sonia Kiser
Mr. Jeff Klank & Mrs. Jean Pegg
Ms. Andrea Klein & Mr. Greg Midtbo
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Kleptz
Dr. & Mrs. Bruce E. Kline
Mr. & Mrs. George Kling
Mr. Mark W. Klug
Mr. Larry R. Knouff
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Knouff
Mr. & Mrs. Charles N. Knowles
Mr. & Mrs. William S. Koch
Mr. & Mrs. David G. Koehler
Ms. Christine Koeller
Mr. & Mrs. Tony Koesters
Ms. Lorraine Kogler
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kohl
Major & Mrs. Bernard Kohlberg
Ms. Harriett A. Kohler
Rev. & Mrs. Clarence Kohring
Mrs. Betty J. Kosicki
Mrs. Susan Kratzer
Mr. Matthew L. Krebs
Mr. & Ms. Luke R. Kremer
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Kress
Ms. Shirley Kristensen
Ms. Kathy A. Kropff
Ms. Barbara J. Kuhns &
Mr. Doug Smith
Mrs. Marjorie Kuhns
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Kunkel
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Kurtz
Ms. Phyllis S. La Garde
Mr. & Mrs. Emile A. LaChance, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Gary A. Lakatos
Mr. Arthur Lamb
Mr. Joe A. Lambright
Dr. Gary B. Lamont
Ms. Susannah Lane
Mr. & Mrs. George Langenderfer
Rev. & Mrs. James Larsen
Ms. Alexis Larsen &
Mr. David Schweitzer
Ms. Lynnda P. Larson
Mrs. Janet O. Lasley
Dr. Peter K. Lauf
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Laufersweiler
Dr. & Mrs. Victor A. Lawrence
Mr. & Mrs. George M. Lawson
Mr. & Mrs. C. David Leach
Dr. & Mrs. Martin G. LeBoeuf
Mr. & Mrs. Jay C. Lee
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Lee
Mrs. Marcella W. Lehar
Mr. Edward F. Lehman &
Mr. John C. Snyder
Mrs. Kathy Lehman
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lehmann
Ms. Connie Leimbach
Mr. & Mrs. Tom R. Leist
Mrs. Harriet G. Leland
Mrs. Helen R. LeMay
Dr. Gary L. LeRoy
Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. LeSourd, Jr.
Dr. Stephen B. Levitt
Dr. & Mrs. Peter Lewis
Ms. Darlene Liem
Ms. Marcia S. Likens
Dr. & Mrs. John Lindower
Mr. & Mrs. Elden R. Lindquist
Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence J. Litscher
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Litvin
Ms. Karen E. Livingston
Mr. & Mrs. Lyle Lockwood
Linda Lombard
Ms. Jane K. Lombard
Dr. E. Chuck Longo, M.D.
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Longstreth
Mrs. Lynne Lopez &
Ms. Janelle Lopez
Mrs. Beverly Louis
Mr. Wayne & Mrs. Norva Loyd
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Lubinski
Mr. & Mrs. James Luken
Mr. & Mrs. William Lukens
Mr. & Mrs. William Lukens
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Lundstrom
Mrs. Christiana Adesanya &
Mr. Tope Mabogunje
Mr. & Mrs. Morgan B. MacDonald
Friends enjoying a girls night out at the Vine
& Canvas Series in April this year. Attendees
were able to tour Into The Ether during the
Ms. Sara W. MacDonell
Mr. & Mrs. James R. Madden
Ms. Gladys Maharam
Ms. Marjorie Mahle
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Mahoney
Mr. & Mrs. Richard R. Maiese
Mrs. Elaine C. Makey
Dr. & Mrs. Michael L. Manchester
Lois & Jack Mann
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Manske
Ms. Ildiko Marcus &
Mr. Dan Coughnour
Mr. & Mrs. Howard E. Marks, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Martel
Mrs. Connie J. Martin
Mr. & Mrs. David Mastin
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Matis
Ms. Viola Matyas
Mrs. Virginia Matz
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert F. Maxwell, Jr.
Dr. Melvin Mayerson, D.D.S. &
Ms. Elaine J. Mayerson
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Mayne
Ms. Carol A. McCafferty
Mrs. Mary J. McCarty &
Mr. Jim Denker
Mr. & Mrs. Paul McClain
Ms. Judith McClary
Mr. & Mrs. Fred McConnaughey
Mr. & Mrs. David F. McCormick
Mr. David A. McElwee
Ms. Julie B. McGregor
Ms. Constance A. McKale
Mr. & Mrs. John McKeon
Mrs. Marjorie J. McLaughlin
Mrs. Carolyn McMillan
Ms. Tina S. McWhorter
Mr. & Mrs. Alan Meckstroth
Mr. John Medley
Ms. Madeline Mehaffie
Mrs. Nellie H. Melko
Ms. Lynn Meloy & Mr. Lyle Cain
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Melzoni
Mr. & Mrs. Sanford Mendelson
Mrs. Patricia Mendenhall Smith
Mr. Greg A. Merkle
Dr. & Mrs. Stuart A. Merl
Mr. & Mrs. Phil Merrill
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Meyer
Mr. Michael C. Meyer
Ms. Janet Michael
Mr. & Mrs. Travis Michalak
Dr. Thomas C. Mick
Mrs. Margaret H. Militello
Ms. Roselyn A. Miller
Ms. Rita C. Miller
Mr. Max R. Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Miller
Dr. & Mrs. David K. Miller
Mrs. Betsey Miller
Mrs. Jae Miske
Major Russell Mitchell
Ms. Daylene Mize
Mr. & Mrs. Alok Mohan
Mrs. Eunice H. Monita
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Monnig
Ms. Mildred Mooney
Ms. Ethel F. Moore
Mr. & Mrs. C.D. Moore
Ms. Marcy Morgan
Ms. Nancy Moser
Mrs. Alicia Fernandez-Mott & Dr.
Charles Mott
Ms. Judith L. Mott
Mr. Aaron Moyer
Mrs. Louisa Mueller
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Mulhern
Ms. Nancy C. Mullins
Mr. Walter Murch
Miss Judith A. Murray
Ms. Nina Myatt
Ms. Victoria A. Montavon & Mr.
James N. Myers
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Myers
Dr. Mark Nakauchi
Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Navarre
Mr. & Mrs. Roger E. Neal
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Neff
Ms. Margaret Neff
Ms. Cleta Nelson
Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Neroni
Mr. James W. Neumeister
Mr. & Mrs. Stefan M. Neumeister
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Neumeister
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Nevin
Mr. Vishnu Nevrekar
Mrs. Mildred Newman
Dr. Judy Nickras
Mr. & Mrs. Les Niemi
Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Nikolai
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Norton
Mr. Thomas S. Norwalk
Mrs. Virginia L. Novak
Mrs. Melinda R. Nutter
Mr. & Mrs. Robert O’Donnell
Ms. Mary O’Halloran
Mr. Joseph O’Hare &
Mr. Wallace Beard
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Oakes
Mr. & Mrs. Ray Oakes
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Oda
Mr. & Mrs. Philip A. Office
Mr. Walter Ohlmann
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Oliver
Ms. Doris N. Olt
Mrs. Gail E. Olt
Mr. & Mrs. Neal R. Ontko
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Orehowsky
Mr. Roger Oren
Ms. Mary F. Ostrander
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Otte
Mr. & Mrs. Tim Otto
Ms. Wilda L. Overly
Ms. Terri Oxendine-Copeland
Dr. & Mrs. Jaime Pacheco
Mrs. Ann V. Paddock &
Ms. Marishah Paddock
Mrs. Shirley Padley
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Pagett
Ms. Shiron D. Palmer
Mrs. Stephanie A. Palmer
Mrs. Nola Palomino
Mrs. Marlene Papp
Mrs. Kim Senft-Paras &
Mr. Bruce Paras
Mrs. Martha Parker
Ms. Florence S. Parmenter
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Parobek
Mr. Ronald D. Patrick
Ms. Suzy Patterson
Dr. Cynthia Patterson &
Rev. Gabriel Oberholzer
Mr. & Mrs. J. R. Patterson
Mr. & Mrs. James A. Patton
Mrs. Charlotte Paugh
Mr. & Mrs. Donald T. Paul
Ms. Erin Paulson
All the dancing at Art Ball can be exhausting!
Nearly 900 people attended this year.
Dr. Tyrone Payne
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Percy
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Perry
Ms. Shirley E. Perryman
Mr. Philip Petty
Mrs. Carolyn B. Pfeifer
Mrs. Caryl D. Philips
Ms. Treva Pickenpaugh
Mr. John Pickrel
Mrs. Carole Pierce
Mr. & Mrs. David Pinkerton
Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Pinti
Col. & Mrs. Wayne C. Pittman, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Allan J. Place
Mrs. Rita Pleiss
Ms. Beth E. Plocher &
Ms. Janet Longman
Ms. Mary C. Plogman
Ms. Marianne T. Plummer
With obvious satisfaction, a camper shows off
her interpretation of Van Gogh’s Starry Night.
Mr. Mark A. Plunkett
Mr. & Mrs. Dale M. Plunkett
Kenneth & Angela Pohl
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Poleskey
Ms. Cathy Ponitz
Ms. Conny J. Poole
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Porter
Mr. Walter A. Porter
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence E. Porter
Mr. Layman J. Potter, Jr.
Ms. Lisa Powell & Mr. Chris Stewart
Mr. Jody F. Powlette &
Ms. Rebecca L. Combs
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen M. Prevost
Mr. & Mrs. Alan Price
Ms. Ruth L. Price
Mrs. Gayle B. Price, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Prichard
Mr. Harold S. Prigozen
Mr. & Mrs. E. Kemp Prugh
Mrs. Esther E. Pullen
Ms. Karen Purdum
Mr. & Mrs. Virgil Puthoff
Mrs. Kathryn A. Randall
Mrs. Rose Randolph
Ms. Dorothy L. Rankin
Mr. Jule Rastikis & Ms. Treva Jenkins
Mr. Randy K. Ray &
Dr. Cleanne C. Cass
Mr. & Mrs. Ron Reazin
Ms. Nancy Reed
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Reemelin
Ms. Margaret Regelski
Ms. Rebecca Regnet
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Regulski
Mr. & Mrs. Gary S. Reibert
Ms. Julia Reichert &
Mr. Steve Bognar
Mr. & Mrs. Terrence A. Reiff
Mr. & Mrs. Greg Relue
Mr. Russell L. Remick
Mr. & Mrs. Roger Reynolds
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley P. Reznicek
Ms. Charlotte Rhoden
Mr. Richard F. Rice
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Rice
Dr. & Mrs. John M. Rich
Terry E. Richman & Rick Richman
Mr. John Riddel
Ms. Terri Riddiford & Family
Mr. & Mrs. Mike Ridenour
Ms. Pat Riley
Ms. Lyric A. Rillera &
Mr. Ronald Folkerth
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Risner
Dr. Donald P. Rizzetta
Mr. & Mrs. Gary M. Roberts
Mr. & Mrs. Burnell R. Roberts
Mr. & Mrs. James P. Roberts
Ms. Claudia Rocklin
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn H. Rodgers
Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Roedersheimer
Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Roediger
Mr. Michael R. Roediger
Mr. Thomas Roesch &
Ms. Patricia Blessing
Ms. Cassie Rogers
Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Routson
Mrs. Maxine G. Rubin
Mr. & Mrs. Marshall D. Ruchman
Mr. & Mrs. Alvin B. Ruhe
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Rummel
Mr. Patrick L. Rupp
Mr. & Mrs. Vince L. Russell
Mr. & Mrs. David Ryan
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Sacksteder
Mr. & Mrs. David Saelens
Dr. & Mrs. Frank M. Salerno
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Sammons
Mr. & Mrs. Sanjay Sandhir
Mrs. Marjorie W. Sando
Ms. Sharon Scanlan
Mr. Thomas J. Schaefer &
Ms. Cynthia L. Cooke
Mr. & Mrs. Dick Schaefer
Mr. & Mrs. Alan B. Schaeffer
Mr. & Mrs. William Schaff
Col. & Mrs. Byron L. Schatzley
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Schildman
Ms. Elaine D. Schipke
Mr. & Mrs. John Schleppi
Mr. & Mrs. John Schmitt
Mr. & Mrs. William D. Schneberger
Ms. Jeanne G. Schneble
Ms. Deborrah Adams &
Mr. Jim Schneider
Mrs. Marjorie Schollenberger
Ms. Sammie Sue Edmondson &
Dr. Jerry D. Schommer
Mrs. Wilma Schroeder
Mr. & Mrs. Brian J. Schrubb
Mr. & Mrs. William C. Schuerman
Mr. John H. Schulcz
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Schwartzkopf
Mrs. Geo Schweitzer
Mrs. Helen S. Schwier
Ms. Marilyn A. Schwieterman &
Mr. John Somerville
Ms. Ruth Scott & Mr. Jerry E. Jenkins
Ms. Marian Scott
Ms. Mary Kay Scott
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Seall
Ms. Cynthia Semones
Mrs. Elaine K. Sendelbach
Mr. & Mrs. Scott A. Sessler
Ms. Mary E. Sexton
Mr. David Seyer & Mr. Keith Wyatt
Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Shank
Ms. Joanne Shanske
Mrs. Violet G. Sharpe
Mrs. Donna D. Shaw
Mr. & Mrs. Elden Shell
Mr. Dennis Sheridan &
Ms. Mary Patt
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sherman
Ms. Elizabeth Shinn
Mrs. Donna Sholiton
Mrs. Josephine Shook
Mrs. Mary V. Shortal
Mr. & Mrs. John P. Siciarz
Mr. & Mrs. George Sideras
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Siefring
Mr. David Siegfried
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Siegwarth
Mrs. Elizabeth Silas
Mrs. Joyce Sillery
Mr. Gary D. Sinck
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Singerman
Mr. & Mrs. George J. Skuns
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Slaughter
Ms. Nora A. Slifer
Mr. Richard L. Slouffman
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Smallwood
Rev. & Mrs. Harvey B. Smith
Mr. Donald L. Smith
Mr. David L. Smith
Ms. Nancy Smith
Ms. Sharon L. Smith
Mr. Richard Smith
Ms. Jeanne Keffer & Mr. Bill Sneeder
Mrs. Shirley Snyder
Ms. Mary T. Snyder
Mrs. Marilyn Soelter
Ms. Stacy Soifer & Mr. Sam Rubens
Ms. Eve C. Sommerich
Ms. Patricia Southam
Ms. Lianne J. Spidel
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Spielbauer
Ms. Amelia L. Spillers & Mr. Hewett
S. Wells
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Spitler
Ms. Christine Spivey
Mr. & Mrs. James Spoerl
Mr. & Mrs. David Stacy
Dr. & Mrs. Earl R. Staddon
Mr. Albert H. Staub
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Stealey
Ms. Kathleen O’Hearn &
Mr. Don E. Steck
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob K. Stein
Dr. David B. Steiner
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas I. Stephens
Mr. & Mrs. Roger Stephens
Mrs. Jeanne N. Sterling
Mr. Michael Sterzer
Mr. Robert P. Stewart
Mr. & Mrs. Steve Stieritz
Mr. & Mrs. Mark R. Stockstill
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Stoddard, Jr.
Mr. David L. Stolle
Ms. Claudia Stolz
Dr. & Mrs. Philip Stover
Ms. Judith A. Streiff
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Stricker
Mrs. Marilyn R. Strickler
Mr. & Mrs. K. Lawrence Stroble
Dr. Sally A. Struthers &
Dr. Ned Young
Mr. & Mrs. John Stuckey
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Sudduth
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth J. Sullivan, Jr.
Young and old alike love coming to the
museum for the Bob Ross Auto Group’s Jazz &
Beyond series.
Mrs. Linda Sullivan
Mr. & Mrs. Roger Sutherland
Mr. Aleksandar Svager
Mrs. Joan E. Swanson
Dr. & Mrs. Steve Swedlund
Mr. Virgil Sweeden &
Ms. Rebecca Forrest
Mr. & Mrs. Terry Tarr
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Tate
Dr. Molly Hall & Mr. Emilio Tavernise
Mrs. Barbara A. Taylor
Mr. Carl Taylor
Ms. Julia Hawk &
Mr. Everett F. Telljohann
Ms. Joan E. Thiele
Mrs. Anne Thielen
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Thomas, Jr.
Mr. Eduardo Ramirez &
Mrs. Mona Thomas
Mrs. Dorothy K. Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin F. Thompson
Dr. Marjorie A.B. Thompson
Dr. & Mrs. Alan R. Thurman
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas O. Tiernan
Ms. Rita Tobias
Mr. Bruce Todd
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Tofte
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Tokarz
Mr. & Mrs. James Totten
Mrs. Roberta J. Towell
Ms. Janey P. Townsley
Ms. Janey Towsley
Dr. & Mrs. Haig G. Tozbikian
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Tracy, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Treadway
Mr. & Mrs. Armand W. Tremblay
Mr. James Trexler
Mrs. Louis Trick
Ms. Barbara L. Trick
Mr. & Mrs. Todd Trickler
Ms. Judy Tudor
Ms. Gladys Turner-Finney
Dr. Ingrid Brown & Dr. Troy Tyner
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Tyson
Mr. & Mrs. William G. Uhl, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Underwood
James & Carolyn Van Dyne
Ms. Donna Van Gundy &
Ms. Vanessa Hoff
Ms. Louise Van Vliet
Mr. & Mrs. Donald G. Varga
Ms. Noel W. Vaughn
Mr. & Mrs. Americo Velez
Mrs. Shirley L. Venetos
Ms. Ruth Verceles
Mr. & Mrs. George Vlahos
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Vogel
Mr. & Mrs. David Vomacka
Mr. & Mrs. Tim Wabler
Col. & Mrs. Andreas M. Walchner
Mrs. Jolene Walker
Ms. Ann Allen Wallace
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Wallace, II
Dr. & Mrs. William D. Walther
Ms. Bea Walther
Mrs. Stephanie Fronista-Ward &
Dr. Stephen Ward
Mr. Wayne Ward
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Wardrop
Mrs. Judy Ware
Ms. Dixie L. Warner
Ms. Carol J. Wasch
Ms. Victoria E. Waters
Mr. Langston Watras
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn H. Watts
Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Weaver
Mrs. Kathryn A. Webb
Mr. William C. Webb, III
Mr. & Mrs. Don F. Weber
Mrs. Loretta Weber
Mr. & Mrs. Neil Webster
Ms. Rosa Lee Weinert
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred J. Weisbrod
Ms. Rebecca Weiss
Mr. & Mrs. Norman Weissman
Mr. & Mrs. Larry R. Welin
Mrs. Florence Wenning
Mr. & Mrs. Newell Wert
Ms. Marianne Whelchel
Dr. & Mrs. John R. Whitaker, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Howard White
Mr. & Mrs. Tim White
Mr. Richard A. Whitney, II
Mr. & Mrs. Leon A. Whitney, II
Mrs. Mary T. Widner
Mrs. Sue Wiedeman
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Wiedlund
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon L. Wiese
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Wilda
Mrs. Sue A. Wildasinn
Ms. Eliz Wiley & Ms. Kristine Hofstra
Ms. Dorothy Wiley
Mrs. Shirley Wilkinson
Dr. Craig F. Williams
Mr. Art L. Williams
Mr. John R. Williamson
Mrs. Mary Ellen Wilson
Mr. Thomas H. Wilson
Dr. Janice C. Wilson
Mr. & Mrs. George E. Wilson
Ms. Joyce Wilson
Ms. Dana D. Winfield
Dr. LaPearl L. Winfrey
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Winger
Mr. & Mrs. Ed Winkofsky
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Winstel
Mr. David Wirth &
Ms. Janet Marshall Wirth
Ms. Esther L. Wise
Ms. Cindy S. Wise
Mr. & Mrs. Harmon Withee
Mr. Wayne Witherell
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. Wittberg
Mr. & Mrs. James K. Woessner
Mr. & Mrs. Dwight S. Woessner
Ms. Dawn E. Wojcik
Mr. & Mrs. Albert E. Wolf
Ms. Ann Wilson & Mr. Bill Wolf
Mr. Stephen J. Wolfe, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Walter D. Wood
Ms. Barbara Wood
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Wood
Ms. Sara E. Woodhull &
Dr. Clyde Esch
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Woodruff
Mrs. Irene Worthington
Ms. Jacqueline Wright
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Wright
Mrs. Esther J. Wright
Mrs. Tom Wrocklage
Mr. David L. Wyse
Mr. & Mrs. Chris Wyse
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Yarnall
Ms. Ann Saluke & Mr. Don Yelton
Mrs. Joyce Young
Mr. & Mrs. David R. Younkin
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Zawatsky
Ms. Kristy Zechiel & Mr. Timothy
Mr. & Mrs. David V. Zeller
Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas R. Zindorf
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Zotter
Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Zulanch
Every effort was made to include all
those who so generously supported the
Annual Fund in 2015. Any
ommissions were unintentional.
Museum Programs Guide:
August through September 2016
August - SEPTEMBER 2016
For more information, to purchase tickets or
make reservations, visit or call
937-223-4ART (4278). Programs subject to
change; call to confirm.
On view July 16 – October 16
Free to Members
Non-members: $14 Adults; $11 Seniors (60+),
Military, Students; $6 Youth (7-17); Free to
children 6 and under
Saturday, August 13, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Museum Grounds & The Lange Family
$10/family of four members; $15/family of four
non-members; $2/each additional child
Take part in a special Super Saturday Family
Day sponsored by the City of Dayton Water
Department! The Water Department will be at
the museum with a cool (literally!) water truck
to educate families about our city’s water. Then
create works of art using colorful water squirters
and more. This program is perfect for all ages
and levels of artistic ability. All materials provided.
The “Year of the Elements” continues with the
summer special exhibitions The Antarctic Sublime
& Elements of Nature: Water, featuring 450
mechanized, interactive penguins, a monumental
photograph of the Perito Moreno glacier in
Argentina, and a 10-foot-tall digital waterfall! For
more information, go to
Splatter painting outside is one of the most fun things
to do in the summer.
Saturday, August 13, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
$12 members; $18 non-members
Families welcome, ages 12 and up; best suited for
beginning and intermediate artistic abilities
Participation limited to 20 people.
Jazz & Beyond is a great reason to dress up for a night
on the town.
Thursday, August 11, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Shaw Gothic Cloister
Free to members; $8 non-members
Our 2016 jazz series continues with Daytonbased newcomers PanVibe, featuring Chris Tanner
on steel pan, Rusty Burge on vibraphone, Michael
Sharfe on bass, and John Taylor on drums. Doors
open at 5:00 p.m. A cash bar is available for drinks
and food.
Visit part of the special exhibitions and the Asian
galleries to inspire your creativity. You will sketch
in the galleries, then learn the technique of pen
and ink wash in our education studios.
Sunday, August 14, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Shaw Gothic Cloister
$20 members; $23 non-members
Stephanie O’Hara from Day Yoga Studio will help
us engage all of our senses and bring complete
attention to whatever is there for us in the
present moment, using breathing, meditation and
gentle movement. The practice will be followed
by a brief docent-led tour of the museum’s
permanent collection, along with a celebratory
toast. Space is limited and pre-registration is
recommended. Please bring your own mat.
Thursday, August 25, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Special Exhibition Galleries; Champagne
Reception Follows
$5 members; $20 non-members (Price includes
special exhibition admission)
Join Dr. Aimee Marcereau DeGalan for a tour
of the special exhibitions The Antarctic Sublime
& Elements of Nature: Water. The summer
exhibitions, part of the museum’s “Year of the
Classical Elements,” focus on water in its many
forms. A Champagne reception follows the tour.
Saturday, August 27, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
The Lange Family Experiencenter
$10/family of four members; $15/family of four
non-members; $2/each additional child
Work with local artist Katrina Pierce to create
beautiful, artistic postcards illustrating your
summer vacation, to send to your friends and
family! This program is perfect for all ages and
levels of artistic ability. All materials provided.
Every other Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
Meet in the Entrance Rotunda
Free to members; included in museum
suggested admission for non-members
Join us on select Saturdays for informal gallery
talks given by our museum docents. Go to for more
information and an updated schedule of
August 6: Asian Antiques August 20: Wolf Kahn’s Summer
Art Changes Lives Live it
Saturday, September 10, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
The Lange Family Experiencenter
$10/family of four members; $15/family of four
non-members; $2/each additional child
Check out the incredible installation of 450
mechanized penguins, entitled Penguins Mirror
by artist Daniel Rozin, featured in the special
exhibition The Antarctic Sublime (additional fee
for non-members), then head to The Lange
Family Experiencenter to create your own
penguin to take home! This program is perfect
for all ages and levels of artistic ability. All
materials provided.
Friday, September 23, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Museum Grounds
Free event; food and drink available for
Join us on the Friday of Oktoberfest weekend
for this special lunch event, featuring brats,
metts, schnitzel sandwiches, German salads,
homemade noodles, and live entertainment.
There’s no charge to enter the grounds for
the Lederhosen Lunch, hosted by The Dayton
Art Institute’s Associate Board Alumni. You may
also buy Oktoberfest event tickets, mugs and
t-shirts while you are here!
Art Changes Lives Live it at the Museum
Thursday, September 29, 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Shaw Gothic Cloister
Advance Tickets: $30 members;
$35 non-members
Tickets at the Door: $40
Series Flight (three tastings): $80 members;
$95 non-members
Presenter: Kara York, Wine Trends
Sample organically grown wines and learn
about vintners who embrace natural methods
to cultivate grapes, as well as the health
benefits gained by “going green.” A docentled tour in the American galleries will view
works that use repurposed materials to create
dynamic installations.
Presented by Miller Lite, our annual fall
festival and museum fundraiser boasts an
array of artisans, unique foods, ample domestic,
international and craft beers, kid-friendly art
activities, live music on two stages,
international wines and much more!
Go to
for full event details.
Nothing beats an accordion when you’re rockin’
with the Chardon Polka Band at Oktoberfest. !
Friday, September 23, 7:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Museum Grounds
Advance Tickets: $55 members; $75 nonmembers
At the Gate: $95
Mia Bennett, PhD, Polar Studies Scholar
Thursday, September 15, 6:30 p.m.
Renaissance Auditorium
$5 members; $10 non-members
Combo Ticket (includes admission to
exhibitions): $20 non-members
Mia Bennett, a noted expert in the field
of polar studies, will be at the museum to
speak about “Emerging Connections and
Disconnections in the Global Arctic.” Her
research centers around how contemporary
development of northern resource frontiers
is both proceeding and being imagined at a
variety of scales.
The annual Oktoberfest Preview Party,
presented by Premier Health, takes place on
the Friday evening of Oktoberfest weekend.
Guests enjoy complimentary draft beer and
wine, live entertainment and great socializing in
a casual, less-crowded atmosphere.
Saturday, September 24, Noon – 11:00 p.m.
Sunday, September 25, Noon – 7:00 p.m.
Museum Grounds
Advance Tickets: $5 adults; $3 seniors (60+)
& youth (7-18)
Tickets at the Gate: $7 adults; $5 seniors
(60+) & youth (7-18)
Children 6 & under admitted free
Select Saturdays, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
The Lange Family Experiencenter
$10/family of four members; $15/family of
four non-members; $2/each additional child
Looking for a fun and creative Saturday
afternoon for you and your family? Join us
on the second and fourth Saturday of every
month (unless otherwise noted) for artmaking fun! This program is perfect for all
ages and levels of artistic ability. All materials
Story time in the galleries during Tiny Thursdays
Every Thursday, 11:00 a.m. – noon
The Lange Family Experiencenter
$6/child members; $8/child non-members
Are you a toddler with an awesome mom/
grandparent/caregiver who likes to take you
to fun, creative weekday programs? Ages
2-5 and a caregiver (baby siblings welcome)
are invited for story time curated by The
Dayton Metro Libraries; includes a gallery
visit and a make-and-take art project. Each
month brings a different theme:
August: Waterworks!
September: Musical Instruments
August 13: Make a Splash!
August 27: Postcards from Paradise
September 10: Penguins and Peace Week
Please Note: There is no Super Saturday
Family Day on September 24, due to
Oktoberfest. However, we will have a
special FamilyFest on September 24 & 25 at
Oktoberfest, so bring the whole family out!
Go to for
The Antarctic Sublime &
Elements of Nature: Water
July 16–October 16, 2016
Coming Soon:
Ravaged Sublime:
Landscape Photography
in the 21st Century
October 15, 2016–January 8, 2017
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stunning exhibitions!
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Landscape Photography in the 21st Century
October 15, 2016–January 8, 2017
Showcasing the work of contemporary
photographers Edward Burtynsky and Richard
Mosse, this exhibition demonstrates the continued
interest in sublime landscapes, yet with a shift in
artist intent and tone. No longer do these images
speak to human possibilities or nature’s hold over
humans; the works presented highlight the impact
and human traces that ravage these landscapes.
Utilizing similar visual techniques as their
19th-century predecessors, these photographs
demonstrate the tantalizing draw we still have
towards landscape photography, while drawing
attention to contemporary environmental and
political issues.
This exhibition is a participating venue
of FotoFocus. To learn more, visit
Watch for a full feature in our next Member
TOP: Richard Mosse (Irish, born 1980), Men of Good Fortune, 2011, digital
c-print, 40 x 50 inches, 41 1/2 x 51 1/2 inches framed. ©Richard Mosse.
Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.
BOTTOM: Edward Burtynsky, Nickel Tailings No. 30, Sudbury, Ontario,
Canada, 1996. Digital chromogenic color print, 38 1/2 x 60 in