Our HOMECOMING Series is an opportunity to learn from successful former Yellow Springers: How did growing up in Yellow Springs influence their lives? Who made a significant impact on them along their journey? What were the ups and downs along the way? What would be their sage advice to young people today who have dreams of their own? And of course, so many more questions that YOU will be able to ask. In addition guests give a short presentation or performance of their own
The Little Art Theare’s mission is to “Provide an experience that entertains, informs and inspires.” We know the Homecoming Series will do just this as we celebrate the success of people who grew up in Yellow Springs, give the community a chance to listen to their story, and have a conversation with them as part of the program. Please plan to attend!
We are thrilled to announce our next Homecoming guest is internationally known artist Tom Bachtell.
Friday, April 13
7:00: Reception hosted by Wheat Penny Oven and Bar
7:45: Welcome and Introduction
8:00: Presentation with Q & A
Hors d’oeuvres and cash bar.
You will not want to miss this program!
Tickets are $25 and are available at the box office and online: CLICK HERE
Tom Bachtell, a 1975 Yellow Springs High School graduate, creates distinctive drawings and caricatures that appear each week in “The Talk of the Town” and other sections of The New Yorker, where he has been a regular contributor for 20-plus years. Tom’s work is seen in many other national and international publications as diverse as Entertainment Weekly, Forbes, Mother Jones, and The New York Times. In addition, Tom illustrated the cover of Trump and Me, a book-length profile by Mark Singer, and created a portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg for “Notorious RBG: A Portrait in Song,” a new release from Cedille Records. In addition to being an artist, Tom is a pianist and swing dancer.