Art Exhibitions

You are cordially invited to “The Further (Queer) Adventures of Yukon Cornelius,” a solo art show by artist
Jerome Stueart, reimagining the boisterous red-bearded prospector from the 1964 Christmas special, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” as a gay man whose whole life is helping monsters, “Hiddens,” adapt to the world of people around them. This exhibit of giant-sized acrylic paintings and smaller watercolor paintings examines queer life and issues through the lens of monsters and heroes. Stueart, a World Fantasy Award nominee in Short Fiction, has written stories to go with some of the paintings which you can read through QR codes on the paintings or hear in a reading Sunday afternoon as part of an artist’s talk. Yukon Cornelius was created by Romeo Muller and is in the public domain. A special wall will celebrate Muller, a gay Jewish writer who penned many well-known, well-beloved movies. Event is FREE and open to the public. Light refreshments served.

Mature Content.
Formal Opening: Friday night, Dec. 16 ~ 6pm to 8:30pm
Light refreshments! Come join me!
Saturday, Dec. 17 ~ 12-5pm ~ Gallery is open!

 

Sunday, Dec. 18 ~ 11-4pm ~ Gallery is open!
Artist talk at 2pm there, but also broadcast on Facebook Live or through ZOOM.


(Open for Thursday night, Dec. 15 too if folks can’t come on Friday or
on the weekend. Just let me know and we will have it open!)


Where: Dayton Society of Artists, 48 High Street (in St. Anne’s Hill, Dayton)
with ample parking available across the street.
Note: Stories associated with the paintings will be up on jeromestueart.com
by December 10, if you want to read stories ahead of the show!

When you come to First Baptist Church you will find an open table.
All are welcome; none are excluded.

Contact Us

First Baptist Church
111 West Monument Avenue
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Email: fbc@fbcdayton.org
Phone: (937) 222-4691

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