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Saturday, Feb. 25

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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

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Behind the Scenes at Dear World

People's arms being written on with marker

Using our skin as a platform to share a message

Student gathering at Armstrong

Over 300 students stopped by Armstrong Student Center to participate.

Students engaging in conversation

Students sharing their stories and crafting messages to write on their skin.

Student doing a chin stand

We loved seeing all of the unique ways Miamians told their stories.

President and Dr. Crawford

President and Dr. Crawford participated!

Woman with Love and Honor written on her arms

Love & Honor.

Maggie Reiley sharing her story

Student body president, Maggie Reilly shared her story on stage at the Keynote.

Armstrong Student Center

Armstrong Student Center's Shade Family Room
was full for the Open Portrait Shoot!

Tio Liang sharing his story

Tio Liang sharing his story at the evening Keynote.

VIP photo shoot at Hall Auditorium

On Wednesday, Dec. 7, we hosted a VIP Reception &
Photo Shoot to kick off the event.

Fall 2016 Snapshot

People sitting in chairs watching stage

The 2016-17 Season kicked off with the Oxford Summer Music Series

Group shot of kids

Missoula Children's Theatre Drama Camp was a big hit in August

Kids on stage

Missoula Children's Theatre Drama Camp, Alice in Wonderland

Child with rope

Visiting Artist Kevin Spencer visiting Talawanda Schools during his
residency, working with kids on the Spectrum

Students in classroom

Kevin Spencer also visiting several Miami classes, speaking to
them about arts integration in the classroom.

Man standing in front of a woman

Kevin Spencer also visiting the Knolls of Oxford working
with the Memory Support Unit

Kids on stage

After School Magic Camp with Spencers Theatre of Illusion
ended with a magical talent show!

Girl with writing on her hand

Dear World united students using our skin as a platform to share a message.

Group os students at Armstrong

Students shared their stories and crafting messages to share