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{       Katherine N. Crowley Fine Art & Design                                    }
M   O N T H L Y   N   E W S L E T T E R   V   O L U M E   I I I   N   O   .   5   M   A Y   2 0 0 9

                                                                  {current exhibits}
                                                     Captured Memories
                                                     Worthington Area Art League Members Show
                                                     April 26-May 29, 2009
                                                     Reception: Sunday, May 3, 2PM-4PM
                                                     Anthem Insurance
                                                     6740 North High Street
                                                     Worthington, Ohio 43085
                                                     Department of Art Bicentennial Art Exhibition
                                                     January 5, 2009-July 10, 2009
                                                     Miami University Art Museum
                                                     801 South Patterson Ave, Oxford, OH 45056

                                                                 {upcoming exhibits}
                                                     Motorist Mutual Exhibit
                                                     Worthington Area Art League Members Show
                                                     May 22-June 18
                                                     Motorist Mutual Insurance
                                                     471 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio
       {the avant-garde} Katherine N. Crowley Fine Art & Design

                                                             Upon graduation, Mr. Tyson moved back to the
                                                             Chicago area, where he taught private clarinet, flute,
                                                             and piano lessons. He was Principal Clarinet with the
                                                             Classical Symphony Orchestra in Chicago and
                                                             freelanced in the area, playing with chamber ensembles
                                                             and giving solo recitals. In 2005, Mr. Tyson won a
                                                             position with the Air Force Band of Liberty in Boston,
                                                             Massachusetts. He currently plays with the Concert
                                                             Band and Clarinet Quartet. Mr. Tyson is also a
                                                             substitute with several groups in the Boston area
                                                             including Boston City Band, Salem Philharmonic, and
                                                             Longwood Symphony. His other interests include
                                                             traveling, fitness, and cooking.

                                                             Ian lost his mother, Lora Tyson, to ovarian cancer in
                                                             September of 2008. Mr. Tyson will be presenting three
                                                             benefit concerts this Spring for ovarian cancer
                                                             Saturday, May 16, 7:00pm
                                                             Naperville, Illinois
                                                             River Glen Presbyterian Church
                                                             Proceeds go to the Illinois Chapter of the National
                                                             Ovarian Cancer Coalition
                                                             Saturday, May 30, 7:00pm
                                                             Lexington, Kentucky
                                                             Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church
                                                             Proceeds go to Ovarian Awareness of Kentucky
                                                             Saturday, June 13, 7:00pm
           {artist spotlight: ian tyson}                     Boston, Massachusetts
While in the Miami University Marching Band I had the        Longy School of Music, Pickman Concert Hall
pleasure of getting to know Ian Tyson.                       Proceeds go to the Massachusetts Chapter of the
                                                             National Ovarian Cancer Coalition
Mr. Tyson is currently a professional clarinet player with
the United States Air Force Band of Liberty in Boston,       All concerts are free and open to the public, but
Massachusetts. An Army brat, Mr. Tyson was born in           donations are highly encouraged. Come celebrate an
Frankfurt, Germany but grew up in Lexington, Kentucky.       evening of hope with beautiful music and inspiring
He graduated from Lafayette High School in 1998.             stories of ovarian cancer survivors.
While in high school, he played in the Kentucky
All-Sate Band and received the John Philip Sousa
                                                             To learn more about Ian Tyson, his performance
award. He also played both clarinet and flute in the
                                                             schedule and to hear samples of his music please visit
Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra. Mr. Tyson
graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in
2002. He received both a BM in Music Performance
and a BM in Music Education. Mr. Tyson studied with
Michèle Gingras. While at Miami University, he played
with the Orchestre de Chambre du Festival
d'Echternach in Luxembourg and was honored as
Principal Clarinet with the National Festival Orchestra at
Carnegie Hall in New York. He then went on to earn a
Master's Degree in Music Performance from Michigan
State University, where he studied with Frank Ell. He is
also had the privilege of studying with Charles Neidich,
Karl Leister, André Moisan, and Anthony McGill.
     {the avant-garde} Katherine N. Crowley Fine Art & Design

                  {all around the town}
                                {fine art}
The Columbus Cultural Arts Center                                            Broadway Across America
  (http://www.culturalartscenteronline.org)                                    (http://www.broadwayacrossamerica.com)
  “All Things Clay & More” Courtyard Sale                                      “The Color Purple”         May 5-10            Ohio Theater
   Saturday, May 2
                                                                             Little Theater Off Broadway (http://www.ltob.org)
  “Quilt Surface Design Symposium”                                              “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”
  May 18-June 20                                                                April 24-May 16
The Columbus Museum of Art (http://www.columbusmuseum.org)                                                {festivals}
  “George Tooker: A Retrospective”
                                                                             Medieval & Renaissance Faire
  May 1-September 6
  “To Live Forever: Egyptian Treasures from the Brooklyn                       May 2, 11AM-6PM, South Oval, The Ohio State University
                                                                             Race for the Cure (http://www.komencolumbus.org)
  February 13-June 7
                                                                               May 16, Downtown Columbus. Register at web site above.
  “William Christenberry, Photographs, 1961-2005”
                                                                             Asian Festival (http://www.asian-festival.org)
  January 16-May 10
                                                                               May 23-24, Franklin Park
Ohio Historical Society (http://www.ohiohistory.org)
  “Soul: Art from the African-American Museum & Cultural Center”
  May 1, 2009-February 28, 2010
The Riffe Gallery (http://www.oac.state.oh.us/riffe/)
  “New Narratives: Painting by Ohio Artists”
  May 7-July 12
The Short North (http://www.shortnorth.org)
  Gallery Hop: May 2
  -Kathryn Gallery: “Works on Paper”
  -Mahan Gallery: “Between Mapping and Memory”, Alana
  Odenweller & Scott Vogel
  -Ohio Art League: “Luscious Liquidscapes”, Amandda Tirey
  -Rivet: “It’s What’s Inside that Counts”, Andrew Bell                                              {and beyond}
  -Studios On High: “We Are Family”, Sandy Reddig &
   Ruth Ann Mitchell                                                         The Akron Art Museum (http://akronartmuseum.org)
  -Terra Gallery: “Three Dimensional Media & Sculpture”                        “The Global Artistry of Leo & Diane Dillon”
                                                                               March 28-June 21
The Wexner Center (http://www.wexarts.org)
  “Catch Air: Robin Rhode”                                                   The Cincinnati Art Museum (http://www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org)
  “COOP HIMMELB(L)AU: Beyond the Blue:                                         “Surrealism & Beyond”
  April 2-July 26                                                              February 15-May 17
                           {performing arts}                                 The Museum of Fine Arts Boston (http://www.mfa.org)
                                                                               “Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese: Rivals in Renaissance Venice”
BalletMet (http://www.balletmet.org)                                           March 15-August 16
  “The Great Gatsby”
  April 24-May 2, Capitol Theater, Riffe Center                              Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (http://www.icaboston.org)
                                                                                “Shepard Fairey: Supply and Demand”
CATCO (http://www.catco.org) 25th Anniversary Season                            February 6-August 16
  “Blackbird” by David Harrower
  June 3-June 21, Studio Two, Riffe Center                                   The Art Institute of Chicago (http://www.artic.edu/aic/)
                                                                               The Modern Wing. Designed by Renzo Piano, the Modern Wing
Cathedral Concert Series (http://www.cathedralmusic.org)                       will provide a home for the museum’s collection of 20th & 21st
  “Donor Concert”, May 17, 7:30PM                                              century art. The Modern Wing opens May 16.
  St. Joseph Cathedral
                                                                             Minneapolis Institute of Art (http://www.artsmia.org)
CAPA (http://www.capa.com)                                                     “Tom Arndt’s Minnesota”
  “iO Theater”                     May   2          Southern Theater           February 21-August 23
  “The Four Bitchin’ Babes”        May   17         Southern Theater
  “Maurice Hines”                  May   28         Lincoln Theater          Museum of Modern Art (http://www.moma.org)
  “Bobby Blue Band”                May   29         Lincoln Theater           “Tangled Alphabets: Leon Ferrari & Mira Schendel”
                                                                              April 5-June 15
Columbus Symphony Orchestra & Pops
  (http://www.columbussymphony.com)                                          San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (http://www.sfmoma.org)
  “Chris Botti”              May 2                  Ohio Theater               “Paul Klee: Social Creatures”
  “Anatomy of an Orchestra”  May 8                  Ohio Theater               March 7-July 12
  “Season Finale: Beethoven” May 29-30              Ohio Theater
                                                                             The National Gallery of Art, Washington DC (http://www.nga.gov)
                                                                               “Heaven on Earth: Manuscript Illustrations from the NGA”
                                                                               March 1-August 2