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Published: Friday, March 25, 2016 @ 5:26 PM
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Published: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 11:31 AM
— For The Cline Show at the Dayton Visual Arts Center, not only do many regional art students get to show their works in a local prestigious gallery, some of them are mentored as well.
“Working with our region’s students, mentoring them and providing them with a true-to-life, professional gallery experience is at the core of what we do, helping to foster the next generation of artists and making connections to other artists and art lovers,” said Eva Buttacavoli, executive director of DVAC.
The students selected to be mentored this year: Sarah Baker, Zoe Duncan, and Latosha Stone of Sinclair Community College, and Odette Chavez-Mayo of Antioch College.
Baker, who grew up in Antioch, Ill., currently calls West Alexandria, Ohio, home. She is presenting three works in the show. “Five Minutes” and “Ten Minutes” are oil on canvas paintings of the sky. “Joe” is a pastel drawing.
“Sometimes I’ll watch a sunset for however long it takes; they change so quickly. For ‘Ten Minutes’ the sun was setting and it went from a vibrant pink/red/orange to something more subtle with the sun just poking through the clouds,” said Baker.
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She is appreciative of the opportunity to be mentored.
“I am learning so much … understanding how the galleries like to put the pieces together, and how they are cohesive with one another,” said Baker, whose tentative plans are to attend The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. “It was an awesome opportunity to help curate and hang the show.”
Works that impressed DVAC representatives include art by Kathryn Paull of University of Dayton and Simeon Estes of Sinclair Community College. Paull is showing work in two media: ceramics and charcoal/pastel. The Rocky River, Ohio, resident is presenting an untitled ceramic figure and a wood-fired ceramic bowl. “Colocasia” was a charcoal/pastel drawing done in her Drawing III class taught by Jennifer Rosengarten.
You can see Rosengarten’s influence, as Paull conveys much more than the plant itself to the viewer. The emotive charcoal work is punctuated with sea green and magenta markings.
“I really appreciated art throughout K-12; it was a great outlet. I wasn’t passionate about any other subject,” said Paull, who was also taught by ceramics professor Geno Luketic. “I’m a junior studying art education, and I hope to eventually become a high school art teacher.”
Estes is presenting a 39-by-27-inch pastel drawing titled “Cut it Out.” Other works highlighted by DVAC reps include pieces by Morgan Bukovec of U.D., and Alexis White of the School of Advertising Art. Bukovec created “Bound,” a mixed media collage. White is presenting an archival inkjet print, “Duck_Fish.”
These eight college students join 32 other artists in the exhibit. In addition to Antioch, the School of Advertising Art, Sinclair and U.D., students represent Cedarville, Edison State, Wittenberg, and Wright State University. These students were nominated by their fine art and design faculty.
WANT TO GO?
WHAT: The Cline Show — Annual Art & Design Student Invitational
WHERE: Dayton Visual Arts Center, 118 N. Jefferson Street
WHEN: Continues to Feb. 10
HOURS: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tues.-Sat., 5 to 8 p.m. First Fridays
RECEPTION: 5 to 8 p.m. Feb. 2
GALLERY TALK: 6:15 p.m.
MORE INFO: 937-224-3822, daytonvisualarts.org
Published: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 10:00 AM
— Journey and Def Leppard are joining together for a 60-date North American tour.
Journey confirmed the rumors of a joint tour on its Twitter page Friday morning.
“The rumors are true! @JourneyOfficial @DefLeppard are teaming up for a 2018 North American tour kicking off May 21st in Hartford, CT,” the band said. The news comes after Journey guitarist Neal Schon teased a tour announcement from the two groups Sunday.
The rumors are true! @JourneyOfficial & @DefLeppard are teaming up for a 2018 North American tour kicking off May 21st in Hartford, CT. Visit https://t.co/rSar4UyXOt for a full list of dates. pic.twitter.com/2zlpwGKz70— JOURNEY (@JourneyOfficial) January 19, 2018
The two groups first toured together in 2006.
“Twelve years ago we embarked on a US tour with Journey and it was an absolute blast,” Def Leppard bass guitarist Rick Savage said in a statement. “Looking forward to hooking up again. Believe me, this will be even more spectacular.”
Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliot spoke to Rolling Stone about the tour.
“The fact that we’re touring with Journey, and it’s putting us into huge arenas like Madison Square Garden and stadiums, that is very special for us. It’s two iconic bands touring together,” Elliot said. “It makes it more of an event when the bill is all bands that people have heard of. We went out with a really good band called Tripping Daisy in 1996, but nobody cared. But when you have people like Cheap Trick, Poison, Heart or Journey, it makes for a better night for the people in the crowd. They come in and they know what they're going to get.”
According to a news release on the tour, Journey will close half of the shows and Def Leppard will close the the other half. Tickets go on sale at LiveNation.com starting Feb. 3. Information on pre-sale and VIP tickets has not been announced.
The tour dates can be seen below.
May 21 - Hartford, Connecticut, XL Center
May 23 - Albany, New York, Times Union Center
May 25 - Hershey, Pennsylvania, Hersheypark Stadium
May 26 - Buffalo, New York, KeyBank Center
May 28 - Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena
May 30 - Cincinnati, U.S. Bank Arena
June 1 - Toronto, Rogers Centre
June 2 - Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena
June 5 - Raleigh, North Carolina, PNC Arena
June 6 - Knoxville, Tennessee, Thompson-Boling Arena
June 8 - Bristow, Virginia, Jiffy Lube Live
June 9 - Charlotte, North Carolina, Spectrum Center
June 11 - Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
June 13 - New York, Madison Square Garden
June 15 - Newark, New Jersey, Prudential Center
June 16 - Baltimore, Royal Farms Arena
July 1 - Atlanta, SunTrust Park
July 3 - Noblesville, Indiana, Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
July 4 - Milwaukee, Summerfest
July 6 - Memphis, Tennessee, FedExForum
July 7 - North Little Rock, Arkansas, Verizon Arena
July 9 - Tulsa, Oklahoma, BOK Center
July 11 - Louisville, Kentucky, KFC Yum! Center
July 13 - Detroit, Comerica Park
July 14 - Chicago, Wrigley Field
July 16 - Wichita, Kansas, INTRUST Bank Arena
July 18 - Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Denny Sanford PREMIER Center
July 19 - Lincoln, Nebraska, Pinnacle Bank Arena
July 21 - Denver, Coors Field
July 23 - Des Moines, Iowa, Wells Fargo Arena
July 25 - Kansas City, Missouri, Sprint Center
July 27 - Minneapolis, Target Field
July 28 - Fargo, North Dakota, Fargodome
Aug. 11 - Boston, Fenway Park
Aug. 13 - Virginia Beach, Virginia, Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
Aug. 15 - Columbia, South Carolina, Colonial Life Arena
Aug. 17 - Fort Lauderdale, Florida, BB&T Center
Aug. 18 - Tampa, Florida, Amalie Arena
Aug. 20 - Birmingham, Alabama, Legacy Arena @ The BJCC
Aug. 22 - Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center
Aug. 24 - St. Louis, Busch Stadium
Aug. 25 - Nashville, Tennessee, Bridgestone Arena
Aug. 27 - New Orleans, Smoothie King Center
Aug. 29 - Dallas, American Airlines Center
Aug. 31 - San Antonio, AT&T Center
Sept. 1 - Houston, Toyota Center
Sept. 5 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, Isleta Amphitheater
Sept. 7 - Phoenix, Talking Stick Resort Arena
Sept. 8 - Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena
Sept. 21 - San Francisco, AT&T Park
Sept. 23 - San Diego, Petco Park
Sept. 25 - Salt Lake City, Vivint Smart Home Arena
Sept. 26 - Nampa, Idaho, Ford Idaho Center Arena
Sept. 28 - Portland, Oregon, Moda Center
Sept. 29 - George, Washington, Gorge Amphitheatre
Oct. 1 - Vancouver, Rogers Arena
Oct. 4 - Sacramento, California, Golden 1 Center
Published: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 1:45 PM
LOS ANGELES — She has a name.
Chicago West. https://t.co/3MyLwcIzTh— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 19, 2018
On Tuesday, Kardashian West confirmed the Monday birth of Chicago on her official website.
“Kanye and I are happy to announce the arrival of our healthy, beautiful baby girl,” she said in a statement. “We are incredibly grateful to our surrogate who made our dreams come true with the greatest gift one could give and to our wonderful doctors and nurses for their special care. North and Saint are especially thrilled to welcome their baby sister.”
Chicago West was born Jan. 15 at 12:47 a.m. PT and weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces. She joins big brother Saint West, 2, and big sister North West, 4.
North, Saint & Chi— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 19, 2018
I LOOOOOOOOOOVE her name 😍😍😍😍 hey Chi (shy) https://t.co/Ikd0ay3DsO— Khloé (@khloekardashian) January 19, 2018
It was confirmed in September that the celebrity couple were expecting a third child via gestational carrier.
People reported that Kardashian West, 37, said her decision to hire a gestational surrogate came after her two high-risk pregnancies.
“I have always been really honest about my struggles with pregnancy,” she said on her website Thursday. “Preeclampsia and placenta accreta are high-risk conditions, so when I wanted to have a third baby, doctors said that it wasn’t safe for my — or the baby’s — health to carry on my own.”
“After exploring many options, Kanye and I decided to use a gestational carrier. Although I have used the term surrogate in the past, a gestational carrier is actually the technical term for a woman who carries a baby that she has no biological relationship to.
“A traditional surrogate donates her egg, is artificially inseminated with the father’s sperm and then carries the baby to term. Since we implanted my fertilized egg in our gestational carrier, our baby is biologically mine and Kanye’s. You can either choose someone that you know or you can go through an agency, like Kanye and I did.
Published: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 7:42 AM
— The sisters are meeting up again, and Jackée Harry couldn’t be happier.
Harry, who played Lisa Landry on the 1990s television series “Sister, Sister,” told Steve Harvey on his talk show Tuesday that a reboot of the series was imminent, ET Online reported.
“Yeah, it’s happening,” Harry said. “I’m excited.”
“Sister, Sister” aired from 1994 to 1999. The series centered around twin sisters Tia and Tamera, who were separated at birth and adopted. Tia (Tia Mowry) was adopted by Landry, while Tamera (Tamera Mowry) was adopted by Ray Campbell (Tim Reid).
Harry was promoting her role as JoAnn Payne on “The Paynes,” but spoke fondly of her time with the twin sisters, calling them “my babies,” ET Online reported.
Rumors of a reboot were rekindled in October when Tia Mowry told ET that a reunion series was "closer than ever."
“That's basically all I can say,” she said. “But I'm getting excited.”