Todd Crawford Obituary: Dayton Art Institute Member Died

Todd Crawford Obituary
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Todd Crawford Obituary: Todd Crawford, a long-time volunteer and friend of the museum has passed away. Since 2016, Todd Crawford has been an active member of the Dayton Art Institute DAI Associate Board, working in many positions such as the Chair of the Art Ball (2019) and the Co-Chair of the Oktoberfest (2023).

The almost eight years of dedication that Todd showed while serving on the museum’s Associate Board resulted in many hours of his work as well as gifts worth thousands of dollars.

In 2019, Todd helped select the word “Icon” as the theme for the Art Ball, highlighting the entire building as the event’s artistic inspiration. We can’t think of a better word to describe Todd Crawford. He was a true Dayton icon and his leadership, friendship, and presence will be greatly missed by DAI.

The Dayton Art Institute (DAI) is a visual arts museum that can be found in Dayton, which is located in the state of Ohio. The Dayton Art Institute is routinely placed among the top art museums in the United States, and this distinction has been maintained for many years.

This institution is ranked in the top 3 percent of all art museums in North America across three out of the four different categories. In 2007, the Museum of Art was visited by 303,834 individuals.

1919 marked the first year that the Dayton Museum of Fine Arts was available to the public; by 1930, it had moved into a brand-new building that had been constructed by Edward B. Green. The first museum was housed in a downtown mansion.

Todd Crawford‘s Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be released by the Family members.

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