Tuesday, March 30, 2010

New Exhibit


This Friday, April 2nd, 5pm to 9pm please join us for a timely and powerful art of peace exhibition.

The Missing Peace Art Space is proud to announce that it will be hosting Canadian Artist Helen Broadfoot’s “A Show of Respect”, a tragically beautiful exhibition of ten large oil paintings dealing with the effects of violence on children in the world as related to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The exhibition opening reception with the artist is April 2nd, 5pm to 9pm, and will run through May 9th.

For more information:



Peace & Best Wishes,

Gabriela Pickett

Missing Peace Art Space

a non-profit art gallery providing an artistic forum for exploring issues of peace and violence in a tolerant, non-commercial environment.

234 S. Dutoit St
Dayton OH 45402-2215
1(937) 241-4353


Monday, March 29, 2010

Spring Art Show

Dayton Society of Painters and Sculptors

Contact: Walt Murch




Spring Art Show

The Annual Juried Spring Art show will be at the 48 High Street Gallery April 11-25, 2010. Gallery Hours limited to Saturdays and Sundays 1-5 pm for this show. On view will be art work selected by art judge Julia May, Assistant Professor of Art and Curator of Earlham College Art Collection at Richmand, Indiana, from works entered by artist form the entire Dayton region. All St. Anne's Hills neighbors are invited to view the free exhibition and to the Opening Reception on April 11 from 1 to 5pm.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Open House

The St. Anne’s Hill Historic Society will be hosting a special Showcase event to highlight some unique homes for sale in the St. Anne’s Hill historic district. At least Six Seven homes will be on display for a traditional “
Open House” showing by local real estate agents.

When: Sunday, March 28th from 2 - 4 pm


18 Potomac Street

1443 E Fourth Street

148 LaBelle Street

241 Henry Street

143 Henry Street

1623 E Fifth Street

124 McClure Street (Just added! 3/22/10)

The homes range from beautifully restored residences to charming rehab projects ready for the right family to make into their mark in a uniquely friendly neighborhood. Potential buyers and other visitors are invited to see the homes and consider the opportunity to own a piece of history.
Buyers may be eligible for the first-time homebuyer tax credit and the Community Reinvestment Area property tax abatement.

Participating Agents:

Molly Petkus, Real Living Petkus 241-6080

Kamela Kordik, Kamela & Co 299-0888

David E Roth Keller Williams Advantage 903-0576

Bonnie J Lewber, Prudential 299-8457