Foxcroft townhouses (2009)

A video installation made by resident artist Malic Amalya & the Blue Sky youth participants

five-Channel Video Installation


Blue Sky Project invites professional artists from around the world and Dayton-area teens to create new works of contemporary art. This eight-week Artist-in-Residence Program hosts artists who have a demonstrated commitment to innovation and exploration and are interested in collaborating with fellow artists and young people as a means of creating new works. In support of artistic experimentation and collaboration, we organize small groups of local teens eager to work with a professional artist, provide fees and materials to artists, and employ our facilities and staff to address the creative needs of our Blue Sky Project teams.

Blue Sky Project is a program of Involvement Advocacy. Major funding provided by the University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences. Additional support from the Ohio Arts Council, the Dayton Foundation and 100s of individual donors.