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OH+5 ’18

The 11th biennial, all media, juried art exhibition featuring 69 pieces from 44 artists in Ohio and the five boarding states.

Tuesday-Saturday 12-5pm
$5 general admission
Free admission on Wednesdays
Free for members & children under 12

Tim Bearse– an Ohio University Fine Arts Professor
Kim Beck– an Associate Professor in the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University
Dana Goodman– a professor of ceramics and sculpture at IPFW

Margaret Black
Crystal Brown
Mary Chamberlain
Wendy Cross
D’Ann de Simone
John Donnelly
Emily Duke
Mitch Eckert
Karen Ernst
Bill Fiest
Hilary Gattian
Luke Gnadinger
Cameron Granger
Daniel Harper
Erin Hoffman
Katie Hudnall
Chuck Johnson
Courtney Kessel
Amery Kessler
Daniel King
Susan Klemetti
David LaPalombara
Tiffany Lawson
Janice Lessman-Moss
Marcia Nighswander
Frauke Palmer
Abby Peacock
Cynthia Petry
Daren Redman
Denise L. Roberts
Tammy Schweinhagen
Meg Shanks
Sam Smith
Justin Sorensen
Angela Sprunger
Hunter Stamps
Richard A. Stoner
KCJ Szwedzinski
Anh Ta
Nathan Taves
Mary Ann Tipple
Robert Vilamanga
Melissa Vogley Woods
Elijah (Chip) Wagner
Art Werger
Bradley Weyandt
Mary Beth Whitley
Blake Williams

The Dairy Barn Arts Center’s mission is to offer exhibitions, events, and educational programs that nurture and promote area artists and artisans, develop art appreciation among all ages, provide the community access to fine arts and crafts from outside the region, and draw attention and visitors to Southeast Ohio.

The twelve-month program calendar includes international juried exhibitions, festivals, touring exhibits, programs of regional interest, live performances and activities for all ages. Some events are produced entirely by The Dairy Barn Arts Center while others are the result of cooperation with regional education, arts, or community organizations.

Exhibits such as OH+5: A Biennial Ohio Border Exhibition and Athens Voices USA, A Biennial Exhibition featuring artists that live or work within 30 miles of Athens and feature outstanding regionally produced artwork in a variety of media.

The Dairy Barn Arts Center has also developed an international reputation for excellence with Quilt National, a biennial exhibition that has attracted more than 100,000 visitors to Athens from around the world since its premiere in 1979.