Yellow Springs • 937-767-1286
The arts curriculum at Antioch College introduces students to multiple perspectives and strategies of art making, including interdisciplinary, community-based, and global contexts, both in the classroom and through work experiences. Herndon Gallery is the site for art and photography exhibits, receptions, lectures, and music performances that are open to the community.
Cedarville • 937-766-7700
Cedarville University offers innovative art, design, and theatre programs, inspiring creativity and preparing individuals to pursue their artistic futures. The community is invited to participate by attending the 2017–2018 theatre season, as well as a variety of musical performances featuring a Brass Choir, Concert Chorale, Jazz Band, Men’s Glee Club, Women’s Choir, and University Orchestra.
Central State University
Wilberforce • 937-376-6011
The Department of Fine & Performing Arts offers a major in the disciplines of art and music. In addition to providing professional and pre-professional training to its majors and minors, the department serves as a major cultural center and offers a wide range of concerts, performances, exhibitions, lectures, and courses which promote the aesthetic development of the community. The Paul Robeson Cultural & Performing Arts Center offers many free concerts throughout the year.
Clark State Community College
Springfield • 937-328-3874
The Clark State Community College Performing Arts Center is committed to the guiding principle that the arts, by celebrating the human experience and cultivating the spirit, are an integral part of personal, family, and community development. An impressive array of performances are offered annually at the Clark State Performing Arts Center.
Edison State Community College
Piqua • 937-778-8600
Edison State Community College presents a series of performances and exhibitions each year entitled “The Arts at Edison State,” which features a broad array of visual, performing, and literary arts opportunities in addition to performances by the Edison State Stagelight Players.
Oxford • 513-529-1809
The School of Creative Arts is also home to the Miami University Art Museum and the Performing Arts Series, both of which contribute to academic offerings through artistic collaborations across campus, while providing diversity, cultural awareness, and access to the arts for the community and region. The Performing Arts Series brings an impressive array of national talent to the Dayton Region each year.
Sinclair Community College
Dayton • 937-512-3000
Sinclair embraces both culture and creativity to provide an environment where people can explore new paths and opportunities in the arts. With art exhibitions, musical performances, multicultural events, and theatrical productions open to the public, Sinclair offers limitless opportunities to experience true campus life and take advantage of outstanding artistic resources.
University of Dayton
Dayton • 937-229-3936
From visual art exhibitions and diverse music to theatre and dance performances, arts audiences will find something for everyone at the University of Dayton. UD’s Art and Design, University Libraries, IACT at ArtStreet, Music, and Theatre, Dance, and Performance Technology offerings allow you to explore the many facets of human nature and how the arts shape perceptions, leading to cultural, political and personal change.
Wilberforce • 937-376-2911
Renowned for its music program, Wilberforce University is home to the internationally known Wilberforce University Choir, which traces its roots back to 1878. The Choir is composed of more than 50 singers and has a repertoire that includes a variety of artistic genres, including classical, African-American spirituals, contemporary gospel, and jazz, as well as opera and Broadway styles.
Springfield • 937-327-6231
Wittenberg University presents public talks, theatre productions, dance concerts, music recitals, ensemble concerts, art shows, and cultural festivals that enliven the campus and the greater community. From visual and performing artists of national and international prominence to diverse cultural, intellectual, and value-centered programs, The Wittenberg Series annually enhances Wittenberg’s academic program by providing unique and exciting avenues to engage with the arts.
Wright State University
Dayton • 937-775-2787
Wright State University’s Departments of Art and Art History; Theatre, Dance, and Motion Pictures; and School of Music have joined together to form CELIA—Collaborative Education, Leadership, and Innovation in the Arts. CELIA facilitates development of initiatives to enrich the already remarkable artistic climate in the Dayton Region while enhancing ongoing collaborations and nurturing new partnerships. Wright State productions take place on campus in the Creative Arts Center, which contains three unique performance spaces and the Robert & Elaine Stein Galleries.