Jud Yalkut, well known artist and pioneer of Wright State University’s film and video department, passed away Tuesday, July 23, at the age of 75. Born in New York City in 1938, Yalkut moved to Dayton in 1973, where he became an Assistant Professor of Art at Wright State, founding the university's first film and video program. He also taught at Sinclair Community College and Xavier University in Cincinnati.
The finalized agreement to transfer ownership of the non-commercial FM radio station WYSO from Antioch University to Antioch College was completed today, July 3. This new agreement releases Antioch University’s reverter rights to campus real estate, Glen Helen, and the College’s continuation fund.
Reinvention Portraits is an exhibit at the Dayton Art Institute of photographs and moving pictures from the porches, sidewalks and streets of Dayton on view now through October 27th.
It's presented as a new collaboration between the Dayton Art Institute, the Dayton Visual Arts Center and WYSO 91.3 and features the work of seven Dayton filmmakers, photographers and journalists, curated by DVAC executive director Eva Buttacavoli.
Bring your family for a day of fun with the WYSO family at our annual open house. It's your chance to tour the WYSO studios, record your very own listeners testimonial and experience a live broadcast that will include bands playing live on the air.
There will be food trucks and an ice cream cart, along with lots of family-friendly activities in the WYSO backyard, great for kids of all ages.
Join us on Sunday, July 14th, 1-6pm at the WYSO studios (150 East South College St. in Yellow Springs).
The nation’s electric grid – a half century-old patchwork system that moves electricity from plants to consumers – is central to our daily lives. BURN’s hour-long special, The Switch, examines the state of America’s aging and often over-burdened electric power grid – the people who keep it running, innovators constantly thinking of ways to make it smarter, and what happens when the grid lets us down.