10 am till noon
1st and 3rd Thursdays at the High Street Gallery.
Is this just an event for people who already know each other? No!
We're getting acquainted with new members and non members every other
Come chat with other artists about art. You can talk to your
friends about your spouse, your car repairs or your co-workers. This
is a place where you can share with other artists about your art.
Every week. It isn't the same without you!
Want to get involved at DSPS? Help host a Brown Bag Lunch - call the
High Street Gallery!
The DSPS phone number
(48 High Street,
St. Anne's Hill)
(7 pm, DAI - Dayton
March 6 (One Week Earlier
than we usually have our meetings):
members' meeting with presentation by Jill Scheibler, art therapist,
Director of Programming & Operations, Make
A registered and board-certified art therapist as well as a painter
and PhD student in Human Services Psychology at U of Maryland, Jill
Scheibler has over 11 years experience working in educational and
human services settings, most recently at: St. Elizabeth School; Art
Enables; as a Visiting Artist with Providence Art Institute
and as a volunteer with Access Art. As an art therapist, she has worked
in the areas of substance abuse, acute mental health, and special
education. She conducts qualitative research in the areas of community
arts, women's communities, and the empowerment of marginalized populations.
Her talk will focus on art therapy and art made by people with disabilities.
by Fred Betz may be viewed here.
will be giving a workshop in Tipp City May 4-6th.
Works by member artist Marilyn Hart -- the Madonna Collection
-- will be displayed at UD's Marian Library. Take a look at a preview.
DSPS is changing!
Come to the DSPS
DSPS offers lots of times and ways to get to know other artists.
(For regular emails reminding you of our events, join Meetup.com)
A sample of our Permanent Collection -- a self portrait by
Jess Aull. Our Permanent Collection
may be seen at our gallery at
48 High Street in St. Anne's Hill!
DSPS is a
nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization helping local artists to promote
their work and improve their craft. An historic home in St. Anne's
Hill, 48 High Street Gallery serves as both an operating base and
a gallery space for DSPS with free parking across the street in the
lot at the Bomberger Center. Other area art groups and individuals
rent the space for their own shows as well.
Through arrangements DSPS
has made with area galleries, members may display and promote their
work upstairs at Dayton Convention Center and in DSPS' own space at
Cannery Art Design Center (CADC). Additionally, DSPS
presents several shows each year at its St. Anne's Hill location.
floor of 48 High Street Gallery is dedicated art display space. Upstairs
in the atelier, the Dayton Academy of Traditional Art led by Jerry Edwards
offers artists over age 18 daily instruction and/or shared studio space
with shared model fees, M-F 10 am -1 pm.
has been accepted for Downtown
Dayton Partnership, which opens the way for us to be
part of First Fridays, Urban nights, and other events.