“D’Aug Days was a month-long festival celebrating public art in Cincinnati organized by the Contemporary Arts Center. Over fifty local artists were invited to . . . connect and to contribute to the community and the city. It offered video collages . . . water graphics [artist Rich Powers], fiber entanglement [Beverly Semmens and A.A. Dow], wooden assemblages, jigsaw puzzles [Ron Tisue] and other ‘happenings’ ” (Alma Zecevic).