Local Stories An Oral Histories Project


The Nonstop Institute of Yellow Springs presents Local Stories–an Oral Histories Project, its second artists residency program, featuring projects by Ryan Agnew, Dennie Eagleson, and Jonny No & John Hempfling.

OPEN GALLERY HOURS
* Dates: Every Saturday in October
* Hours: 1:00p to 4:00p
* Place: Nonstop Institute
* Cost: Donate what you can
* Press: YS News

Works include:

Wildflower Honey, a temporary installation of drawings, notes and recorded audio charting cycles of discovery experienced, remembered or imagined during this summer’s engagement with Yellow Springs by Columbus-area artist Ryan Agnew;

Threshing Day, Medway, Ohio, 1934, a multimedia installation based upon artifacts and accounts Milly Bell Wallace and a local family’s efforts to live and cope through the Depression era, by documentary and fine art photographer and sustainable farming advocate, Dennie Eagleson;  &

Public Prohibited / Minor Infractions: The Control and Criminalization of Youth Culture in Yellow Springs, Ohio, a documentary survey of youth perspectives on the diminished availability of public space accompanied by increasingly assertive law enforcement pressure, by media makers and Yellow Springs Youth Council members, Jonny No & John Hempfling.

Experience these works and join in discussion at the opening beginning:

7:00 P Saturday evening, September 25, 2010 at the Nonstop Institute, 305 N. Walnut St. Suite C, Yellow Springs, OH 45387.

This project is made possible in part by the generous support of the Yellow Springs Community Foundation.