Category Archive: Exhibits & Events

Objects of Desire opening April 8

“Objects of Desire” curated by June Mattingly

place: ilume GALLERIE, 4123 Cedar Springs Road April 7-30 during the Dallas Art Fair

benefitting: AIDS Arms Inc. Dallas // Faces of Life by Jorge Rivas

opening reception: April 8, 6-10pm April 8 -10 // 1pm – 10pm

Albert Scherbarth + Bryan Wetz + Chris Lattanzio + Chris De Dier Danny Kamerath + Etty Horowitz + George Tobolowsky + John Knott Mark Bushey + Michael Wilson + Keith Livingston + Omar Angel Perez Russell Buchanan + Steve Kinder + Stephen Elwood Sybille Bauer/ Luis Meza/Francisco Rizo

A major event is planned for Dallas’ collectors and appreciators of fine custom crafted and designed objects of art for purchase for the home/office ranging from screens, benches, bookcases, chairs and lamps. None of these individualized furniture creations by Texas-based artists and architects have yet been offered to the public.

Sixteen important and recognized artists and architects were invited by June Mattingly and Jeffrey Levine to participate in this original concept for a show. A space with close proximity to the Dallas Art Fair in a first floor, newly redefined restaurant/residential area was taken into consideration, making the new on-the- scene ilume GALLERIE the ideal choice to hold this art-filled show.

Functional, memorable, classic furniture dates as far back as a regal Renaissance throne, a Louis XIV baroque chair, to the omnipresent Marcel Breuer “Barcelona” to the over-copied Eames chairs/ottomans. The Postmodern period of the late 70s blurred boundaries between craft and art and set the stage for acceptance of furniture by artists as art, by artists such as Scott Burton and Isamu Noguchi. In the swing into the 21st century, look for notable furniture by Frank Gehry stamped with the KnollStudio logo and by Ron Arad in the Vitra miniatures chair collection, historical icons for contemporary design.

Who is to say one of the one-of-a-kind treasures in “Objects of Desire” won’t produce a not-to-be- forgotten, up-to-the-minute artistic addition to one’s coveted surroundings?

Sponsors: ilume GALLERIE + Jeffrey Levine publisher of + Dish + Fin + Red Mango + Manik and Natly Tequilas + Scott+Cooner

ilume GALLERIE artists will be included:

DeAnna Cochran, Josef Jasso, Kat, Kiki Curry, Freeman, Ric Leichliter, Ronald Radwanski, Jorge Rivas, Joshua K. Stuart , J Taylor

Schedule of Events: Thursday, April 7th:

Soft Preview: 2pm-7pm

Friday, April 8th: OPENING RECEPTION “OBJECTS OF DESIRE” 6pm-10pm to benefit AIDS Arms Inc. Dallas. Manik & Natly Tequilla Sponsors Regular gallery hours are from 1pm-10pm The ilume breezeway will be converted to a “Tequilla and and Margarita Lounge” with music, bar and Gals passing out premium Tequilla shots. Dish and Fin have also created special Objects of Desire” Prix Fixed Dinner Specials” and Red Mango is creating a special yogurt dessert all weekend. (Thursday- Sunday)

Saturday, April 9th:

Jorge will also have the breezeway set up to photograph guests of the party and donors for The Faces of Life Project from 7pm-10pm. ($50.00 single, $75.00 couples and families donation)

Sunday, April 10th :

Dish Brunch with Erica Andrews and Jenni P. Regular gallery hours 12pm-6pm Jorge will also be taking pics for ” The Faces of Life Project “

ilume GALLERIE 4123 cedar springs suite 107 | dallas tx 75219 214.507.7369 | e-mail: Regular April gallery hours: Tuesday-Thursday 1pm-7pm

Friday-Saturday 1pm-8pm Closed Sunday/Mondayprivate appointments available upon request

For additional information: contact Ron Radwanski – 214.507.7369 or Jeff Levine – 214.604.6362

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Twelve Artists Paint Spring opening April 2

 Featured artists will be gallery owner, Dominique Galleron Johnson, Rosemary Achelpohl, Fred Achelpohl, Tricia Cress, Ruth Francis, Cheri Giddens, Kerry Konecny, Doris Mobley, Lola Richardson, Wayne Steppy, Judith Wolf and Kristi Zatyko.

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Jardine’s Intermittent Light opening April 9

Artist Alison Jardine showing her brand new series Intermittent Light

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 9, 7-10pm

Laura Moore Fine Art Studio

Gallery Hours: By Appointment and Monday-Saturday from 1-5pm

Saturday, April 9th – 10am to 10pm

The show runs from April 9 through May 11th at Laura Moore Fine Art Studios, 107 S Tennessee, McKinney, Texas


Visit during the day and enjoy McKinney’s vibrant artwalk, too!

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Texas Goes to France

Two master artists interpret their exciting travels in France with paintings, photographs and short videos.
Opening Reception April 7 / 7-9pm

TVAA Downtown Gallery April 4-30
Arlington Museum of Art May 5-31

Diana Moya and D.K. Richardson will conduct 4-Day workshops at the Downtown Gallery in April 4-17 that will include guided visits to the Dallas Museum of Art. They will share not only technique but also professional experiences in traveling exhibits,competitions,exhibitions abroad, and the Dallas art scene. To register visit or call
D.K. Richardson at (830)928 -3393.

TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas 700 N. Pearl Street, Suite G207
Dallas, Texas 75201
(972) 951-7879

Gallery located on the lobby concourse above the skating rink.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm Parking: Metered parking is available on Pearl and Crockett Streets. Parking in lots on Crockett and San Jacinto is $6.00. Plaza (paid, underground) parking is entered from San Jacinto. Take DART to Pearl Station, cross Bryan St. to Plaza of the Americas.

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Dallas Art Openings : March 30 – April 2

These openings are posted courtesy of Jim Mathis from his announcements list: Dallas Art Openings:

For more openings, see the Exhibits & Receptions section of Art This Week.

A Good, Good Week. Enjoy!

“Persistence of Form – Photographs 1978-2010″ by Lynn Davis at the Dunn and Brown Contemporary Gallery – March 30 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
5020 Tracy Street, Dallas, Tx 75205

“Art” by Cabe Booth at the Magnolia Gallery – March 31 : 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
3699 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75204

A Lecture on “Experiments With Truth” by Ronald Watson, Director of the Art Dept. at TCU, at the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art – March 31 : 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
3109 Carlisle, Dallas, Tx 75204


“AGGRESSION : COMPASSION : An Urban Tree Mash-Up” by Sean Springer at Ross Akard Gallery – March 31 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
1717 North Akard Street, Dallas, Tx 75201

“Art by David Carlson” at the Cohn Drennan Contemporary – April 1 : 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
1107 Dragon, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Relics and Remembrance” by Gabriel Dawe and Cassandra Emswiler at the CentralTrak - April 2 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
800 Exposition Ave, Dallas, Tx 75226

3513 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75219

“” by Christoper Olivier, Richard Dana and Lanny Quarles at the Cohn Drennan Contemporary – April 2 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1107 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207 

“Contained” by Sarah Haba at Gallerie Urbane – April 2 : 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
2277 Monitor st., Dallas, Tx 75207   

“Past is Prologue” by Ted Larsen, “Blessed with all the thunder in the world” by Michael Tole, and “HD-LD PE” by Alison Starr, at the Conduit Gallery – April 2 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1626 C Hi Line Drive, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Annual Group Exhibition” by Paul Abbott, Miroslav Antic, Rich Bowman, Joey Brock, Carolyn Brown, David Brown, Jason Brown, Peter Burega, Jerry Cabrera, David Crismon, Connie Connally, Pearl Dick, Yrjo Edelmann, Brad Ellis, Bill Fegan, Orna Feinstein, Natalia Ferber, Justin Ginsberg, Jeanie Gooden, Charlie Goodwin, Heather Gorham, Marci Harnden, Jack Hammack, Krista Harris, Danna Ruth Harvey, John Hathorn, Norman Kary, Jeri Ledbetter, Jay Maggio, Auturo Malimann, Winston Lee Mascarenhas, Chris Mason, Carolyn McAdams, Linda McCall, Frank Morbillo, Andy Myers, Pamela Nelson, Kenda North, Ursula O’Farrell, Michelle O’Michael, Carole Pierce, Marty Ray, Raymond Saa, Gary Schafter, Steve Steinberg, Phillip Shore, Isaac Smith, Mark Smith, Shawn Smith, Kendall Stallings, Kirk Tatom, Leslie Tejada, Bill Weaver, and Marla Ziegler at the Craighead Green Gallery – April 2 : 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1011 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207 

“Solo Show of New Works” by Silvia Thornton, “Sculptures” by Adriana Cobo-Frenkel, and “Drawings” by Ralph Kelman at the Haley-Henman Gallery – April 2 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
2335 Hardwick Street, Dallas, Tx 75208

“Flat Volumes” by David Row at the Holly Johnson Gallery – April 2 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM–Flat-Volumes/C015B797249CDF33?utm_source=newsletter_b&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl_events#Info
1411 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“21St Century” by Carolyn Caldwell, Morton Rachovsky, Adrienne T. Rosenberg, Judith Seay, and Mary Tomas at the Mary Tomas Studio Gallery – April 2 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
1110 Dragon Street, Bld # 1080, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Centerfolds” by Jay Shinn at the Marty Walker Gallery – April 2 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
2135 Farrington Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“{context}” by Ray Phillips at Samuel Lynne Galleries – April 2 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
1105 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Through the Eyes of Emma” by Carolyn Collins and Jim Lively at PFamily Arts – April 2 : 5:00 PM – 7:00 Pm
4017 Preston Road #544 at LakeSide Market, Plano, Tx 75093

“A Charity Art Auction” with Chagall, Picasso, Miro, Warhol, and Erte at the Wisby Smith Fine Art – April 2 : 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
500 Crescent Court, Dallas, Tx 75201

“E = hv” by Adela Andea at the Cris Worley Fine Arts – April 2 : 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
2277 Monitor Street, Dallas, Tx 75207


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SMU Conference on Urban Engagement & Creativity April 9

The Freedom of the City: Models of Urban Engagement & Creativity in the 21st Century

Join the conversation at a symposium with Meadows Prize winner Creative Time

Saturday, April 9, 2011 
10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 
Bob Hope Theatre – Owen Arts Center on the SMU campus

SMU Meadows School of the Arts is hosting a symposium on new models of public art practice in the urban environment. This event is a direct response to the research residency of New York-based public arts organization Creative Time, one of the 2009-10 Meadows Prize recipients. Through individual presentation and panel discussions, the conference will explore the relationship between artists, activists and social justice struggles. The aim of this event is to publicize information on similar projects throughout the U.S.; to discuss the relevance of such approaches to the city of Dallas; and to generate public feedback on these and related issues that are crucial to the well-being of the community.  You can see the full report here.

Symposium speakers will include Dean Almy, UT Professor of Architecture and Urbanism; Mel Chin, Artist; Wanda Dye, UTA Assistant Professor of Architecture; Tom Finkelpearl, Queens Museum of Art Executive Director; Rick Lowe, Project Row Houses Founder; Cheryl Mayo, West Dallas Community Centers Executive Director; Laurie Jo Reynolds, Artist; and Zoka Zola, Architect. Also contributing will be moderator Nato Thompson, Creative Time Chief Curator.

The event is free but registration is required. Register

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World-Class Glass Art Show and Sale opens April 1

ARLINGTON – Exquisitely designed works of glass art will go on sale to the public Friday, April 1, at UT Arlington’s annual World-Class Glass Art Show and Sale at the Studio Art Center, 810 S. Davis. 

Glass Art1The show includes display creations, paperweights, platters, vases, vessels and other functional items delicately crafted by faculty, students and visiting artists through the University’s internationally known Glass program.

The sale runs 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with silent auction bids accepted 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The annual sale draws art enthusiasts from across Texas and neighboring states.

For more information, see the press notice.

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A World of Enchantment in Keller

April Public Arts Show
Texas Association of Original Doll Artists (TAODA)

8 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Monday through Friday
Keller Town Hall 

The Keller Public Arts Program presents “A World of Enchantment”, the works of The Texas Association of Original Doll Artists (TAODA) as the April Public Arts Show at Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway. These unique dolls will be on exhibit from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, April 1 to 31. View the association website at (WebLink) for a more detailed sampling of their work. A special “Meet the Artist” reception will be held Thursday evening April 14, from 7 to 9 p.m. This event is free and open to all ages. For more information please contact 817-743-4000 or

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3rd Annual Spring Bash Artists Announced!

For the third year in a row, the Etsy Dallas Spring Bash on April 30th will offer up the very best in handmade apparel, bags, jewelry, housewares, accessories, art, pottery and more from nearly 60 hand-picked artists, crafters and designers, featuring the work of:

Dowdy Studio
Cut Out and Collect
bee things
Midnight Snack
maggie may i
Seen Studios
silla soup
Signifying Not
bonny beads
Christie Cone Ceramics
Jane Joss
Maria Day Jewelry
Oh Louise!
Regal Cottage
The Miscellany
Yellow Bug Boutique
seventy-five apparel
and much more!

Top notch artists and crafters from Dallas and beyond will take over the Artists’ Quarter and Janette Kennedy Gallery at South Side on Lamar in the 

hip Cedars neighborhood just south of downtown. As always, admission is free. Shoppers can also enjoy:

• Free DIY crafts to make on-site
• Free photo booth benefitting a local charity (TBA)
• Full bar courtesy of Absinthe Lounge
• Music by DJ Wild in the Streets
• Free admission
• Family and pet friendly
• Wheelchair and stroller accessible
• Plenty of secure parking ($5 fee, some free, some metered)

A crowd favorite, the Spring Bash will offer up free Bash Bags™ for the first 50 shoppers. These collectible canvas bags – chock full of handmade products – have become a thing of legend. At the 2010 Jingle Bash held at The Palladium, shoppers arrived three hours early to stand in line for a Bash Bag™.

Shoppers are invited to come out to the Spring Bash, a hip, modern craft event full of shopping, music, and handmade good times – just in time for Mother’s Day. The Bash is more than your typical craft show; it’s a celebration of local art, craft and talent!

About the Bash – Since 2007, Etsy Dallas has hosted nine independent art shows in support of the handmade movement in Dallas, winning the enviable title of Best One-Stop Shop by Dallas Observer readers in 2009. The twice-annual Bash events are organized by Pamela Dowdy and Stephanie Hindall (under the umbrella of Handmade Bash Inc.) and presented by Etsy Dallas, the city’s original independent all-volunteer local craft collective.

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A Creative Art STUDIO First Friday Denton

Join us April 1, 2011 for First Friday Denton at A Creative Art STUDIO, located just off the historic Denton Square. For this first Friday from 7 – 9 pm we have a father and daughter duo, Link and Katherine Chalon, performing in the studio. View the beautiful new art show and watch studio artists demonstrating their medium. A special feature of the evening will be a chance to contribute to a community art project lead by Crystal Nelson, local artist and art teacher. Greg Conlin is back by popular demand for sketch portraits. A sitting takes about 30 minutes and costs $30. Kerry Boutell will demonstrate Watercolor batik, a process that uses a wax resist and watercolor medium. It is hard to believe that we pack so much fun into 2 hours. Come meet with friends and join us for music, art and fun! 
A Creative Art STUDIO
227 W Oak, Suite 101
Denton, Texas 76201
940 442-1251

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Collin County Art Day March 26

The Collin College Art Department is proud to present it’s annual Art Day event. This all day open house event will feature studio tours, art talks, demonstrations and the awards ceremony announcing the Art Department

scholarship nominees.

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Deep Ellum Arts Festival April 1-3

2011 Festival Dates & Times: 
Friday, April 1, 2011        5:00pm to 10:00pm 
Saturday, April 2, 2011   11:00am to 10:00pm 
Sunday, April 3, 2011     11:00am to 7:00pm

Admittance to the festival is free.

  • Located in Dallas’ Deep Ellum Entertainment District on Main Street between Good Latimer and Hall St. Click Here to view a full map and driving directions.
  • Over 120 decorative and visual artists juried in from around the country will be have their distinctive one-of-a-kind works on display. Festival attendees can stroll through displays of cutting-edge decorative arts and admire, commission, and purchase the art of sculptors, muralists, jewelers, painters, and fine artists; some of whom will be creating pieces on the spot.
  • More than 90 original bands and singer/songwriters will perform from four separate outdoor entertainment stages. Keeping pace with the newest sounds of the music industry and reflecting Deep Ellum’s exploding new music scene all stages will be rocking simultaneously with an eclectic mix of genres, including Dallas’ favorite fusion rock, southern soul, and “genre-breaking” bands.   View 2011 Performance Schedule
  • and much more – see the website

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Dallas Art Fair Event Schedule

Please join us! We have partnered with many other institutions in Dallas to provide you with a comprehensive experience leading up to and during the fair. 
To view the listing of Panel Discussions, please click here.

Neiman Marcus Kick-Off Party
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 
Neiman Marcus Downtown, 1618 Main St., Dallas 
By Invitation Only or with a Patron Pass. The 2011 Dallas Art Fair kick-off party is sponsored by Neiman Marcus and Ruinart and will premiere the 
Dallas Art Fair window displays. Will also linclude a book signing with Catherine D. Anspon, author of Texas Artists.

Patron & Exhibitor Welcome Dinner at Arcodoro & Pomodoro
8:00 p.m.
Arcodoro & Pomodoro, 100 Crescent Court, Suite 140, Dallas 
Welcome dinner featuring Sardinian fare sponsored by Arcodoro & Pomodoro with cocktails from Moet-Hennessey USA.
By Invitation Only.

Private Patron and Exhibitor Luncheon hosted by Jeffrey Grove, The Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art and Charles Wylie, The Lupe Murchison Curator of Contemporary Art
1:00 p.m. 
Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 North Harwood Street Dallas 
By Invitation Only.

Wells Fargo Advisors VIP Event
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. 
Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.), 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas 
By Invitation Only.

Dallas Art Fair Preview Gala
7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. 
Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.), 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas 
Benefits Booker T. Washington High School for Performing and Visual Arts and Dallas Contemporary. Tickets are $200 per person and can be purchased by calling Ellen Fryer at (214) 219-9191 or emailing

Dallas Art Fair
11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. 
Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.), 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas 
Tickets can be purchased online here or by calling (214) 220-1278.

Frank Herzog Tour
11:00 a.m. 
Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.), 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas 
Collector Frank Herzog will give a tour of Dallas Art Fair.

Nasher Sculpture Center Statuesque Exhibition Opening 
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 
Nasher Sculpture Center, 2001 Flora Street, Dallas 
Contact the Nasher Sculpture Center at (214) 242-5151 or for more information, please visit
Dallas Art Fair ticket holders receive free admission to the Nasher Sculpture Center for the opening of Statuesque on Saturday, April 9 and Sunday, April 10. Statuesque, on view at the Nasher from April 9 through August 21, 2011, brings together a dynamic group of six international artists – Pawel Althamer, Huma Bhabha, Aaron Curry, Thomas Houseago, Matthew Monahan and Rebecca Warren – whose work reveals a renewed significance of the figure in contemporary sculpture. Ticket holders also receive a 10% discount at the NasherStore throughout the Dallas Art Fair weekend.

Dallas Contemporary Exhibition Opening
8:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. 
Dallas Contemporary, 161 Glass Street, Dallas 
Featuring artists Juergen Teller and Ezra Petronio. Contact Erin Cluley at (214) 821-2522 or visit for more information.

Dallas Art Fair
11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. 
Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.), 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas 
Tickets can be purchased online here or by calling (214) 220-1278.

The Goss-Michael Foundation Exhibition Opening
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. 
The Goss-Michael Foundation, 1405 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas 
By Invitation Only; featuring a premiere exhibition and personal appearance by artist Jim Lambie.

Dallas Art Fair’s Music in the Park
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 
f.i.g. lawn, 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas 
Open to the public.

Dallas Art Fair
11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 
Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.), 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas 
Tickets can be purchased here or by calling (214) 220-1278.

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Rebecca Howdeshell Exhibit opening March 27; reception April 3

New Work by Rebecca Howdeshell
Exhibit dates: March 27 – April 28, 2011
Opening: Sunday, April 3rd, 2-4PM
Contact Information:

Jaycee Park Center for the Arts Directions
2000 W. Airport Freeway
P.O. Box 153581
Irving, Texas 75015-3581

Gallery 972-721-2488
Hours:12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Thursday, and 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Sundays. Closed holidays.

Artist’s guide: The exhibit is a solo show and is a continuation of my exploration into re-interpreting historical drawings of the human body, particularly the human spine. I primarily draw using a sewing machine as my drawing tool on felt  I have my MFA from UNT and am currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of North Texas. 

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“The Lay of the Land” opens Apr. 1 at the Pearce Museum

Pearce Civil War & Western Art Museum
3100 W. Collin Street
Corsicana, Texas 75110
Allison Chew

The Pearce Museum has planned a new exhibition from the Western Art permanent collection featuring a group of breathtaking landscapes to create “The Lay of the Land.” From the sands and cacti of the desert, the rolling green hills of the plains, to grand mountains and rock formations, this exhibition highlights the iconic lands that cowboys have traveled and tamed for more than a century. The exhibition will open April 1st.

The Pearce Museum at Navarro College is located in the Cook Center 3100 W. Collin Street in Corsicana. It is open to the public 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 12 p.m.-4 p.m. on Saturdays. For more information about the museum and the exhibition, call 903-875-7438. General admission required.

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Through the Eyes of Emma Art Exhibition opening April 2

“Through the Eyes of Emma”- An exhibition of original paintings by Jim Lively, video installation by Jim Lively in collaboration with Carolyn Collins, photographs by Carolyn Collins based the novella, “Through the Eyes of Emma” by Jim Lively. “Through the Eyes of Emma” is the story of a remarkable eleven year old named Emma and the unlikely friendship she develops with a fifty year old artist. Through their friendship, the artist finds closure on some painful personal tragedies and happiness with the course his life has taken. The exhibition will be held at PFamily Arts ( located at 4017 Preston Road, Suite 544, Lakeside Village, Plano, Texas from April 2, 2011 through April 30, 2011. Opening reception will be April 2, 2011, from 5:00 – 7:00pm. For more information please contact Jim Lively,,

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New Sculpture at Kidd Springs Park

Kidd 24/7

New Public Art in Oak Cliff

The City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs and Kidd Springs Park just unveiled the City’s newest addition of public art – Kidd 24/7 by Anitra Blayton. Located at the southwest side of the park near the swimming pool on Canty Street, Kidd 24/7greets visitors to the park at the entrance and provides a spectacular introduction to the park’s playgrounds and activities.

Kidd 24/7 is a whimsical art piece composed of ducks flying playfully in a circle and familiar objects that are often found in the park. The sculpture engages the viewer to participate in a treasure hunt to identify twenty-four things that can be found at Kidd Springs Park, such as a skate board, baseball hat, flip-flop sandal and more. Several of the objects included in the sculpture were donated by people who live and work in this unique Oak Cliff community.

Anitra Blayton is recognized for her mixed media works and installation pieces that often incorporate social commentary in the themes. Blayton is an educator at the Northeast Campus of the Tarrant County College, Department of Art History. Blayton’s works can be seen at D/FW International Airport; Houston Museum of Fine Arts; African American Museum, Dallas; A.H. Belo Foundation, Dallas; and Kaiser Permanente Hospitals in California and Texas.

This sculpture is part of the City of Dallas’ Public Art Program. Managed by the Office of Cultural Affairs, the Public Art Program was was established in 1988. Since its start, over 100 public art projects have been commissioned or donated and installed in public places in Dallas. For more information on the Public Art Program, please click HERE.

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Clique Heart instead of Head reception April 2

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Dallas Art Openings : March 22 – March 26

These openings are posted courtesy of Jim Mathis from his announcements list: Dallas Art Openings:

Good Set Of Galleries! Enjoy! 

“2011 North Lake College Photography Faculty Exhibition” at North Lake College – March 22 : 7:30 PM -9:00 PM

5001 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, Tx 75038 

“Anima Sola” by Tina Medina at the Lago Vista Gallery, Richland College – March 23 : 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

12800 Abrams Road, Dallas, Tx 75243

Artists “Robert Quaglia and Sharon Shero” at the Belmont Hotel – March 23 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM 
901 Fort Worth Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75208

“The Way Light Falls in Texas” at the Dahlia Woods Gallery – March 25 : 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

600 Cantegral Street, Dallas, Tx 75204

“Royal Grain” by Caprice Pierrucci at the Gremillion & Co. Fine Art Inc. – March 25 : 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

2251 Vantage Street, Dallas, TX 75207

“Three to Watch” by Bernardo Cantu, Yelizaveta Nersesova, and Carlo Zinzi at the Haggerty Gallery at the University of Dallas – March 25 : 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

1845 E. Northgate Drive, Irving, Tx 75060

“Botany of Desire” by Claudia Borgna, Kimberly Alexander, Ric Heitzman, Rebecca Beachy, Jeffrey Miranda, Tracy Hicks, Vernon Fimple, Lizzy Wetzel, Julia McLain, Bert Scherbarth and Clayton Browning at theVisual Art Building at the University of Texas at Dallas – March 25 : 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

800 West Campbell Road, Richardson, Tx 75080-3021


“A Conversation with JONATHAN STEWART” at the Haley Henman Gallery – March 26 : 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

2235 Hardwick Street, Dallas, Tx 75208  

“The Way Light Falls in Texas” at the Dahlia Woods Gallery – March 26 : 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

600 Cantegral Street, Dallas, Tx 75204

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Fort Worth Public Art March events


Nashville Police Station

Dedication and Open House

Thursday, March 24, 2011

10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

1100 Nashville Avenue, 76105

The new Nashville Police Station is hosting an Open House Thursday, March 24, 2011 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. The facility includes a FWPA commissioned sculpture suspended in the “lantern” of the facility’s lobby. 

Created by Boston artist Ralph Helmick, Blue Lines consists of seven rings of profile silhouettes that celebrate the seven stages of life.  The public is invited to attend this event to view the artwork, meet the artist, and meet the policmen who serve this community. More



Dedication of Texas & Pacific 
Terminal Public Art 
  Saturday, March 26, 201111:00 – 12:00 noon221 W. Lancaster Avenue      Join Council Member Kathleen Hicks, Council Member Joel Burns and distinguished guests in dedicating Freedom Train by artist Jeff Gottfried. The program will include remarks by Bob Ray Sanders.  Located in the outdoor covered area between the main lobby of the Texas and Pacific and the concourse, the artwork commemorates the former  “colored waiting room” and honors the contributions of African American railroad workers, including State Representative Garfield Thompson. More.   



Public Art Exhibition and Reception

March 26, 2011  

6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Fort Worth Community Arts Center

1300 Gendy St, 76107

Kicking off a year of celebratory events to mark Fort Worth Public Art’s 10th Anniversary, this exhibition features four recently completed public art projects that illustrate the ways in which artists are enhancing the visual environment of our city, commemorating our richly diverse community, integrating their design work into city infrastructure and creating artfully designed public spaces that help promote tourism and a economic growth throughout Fort Worth.

The exhibition will run through March 30th. Admission is free. Please call 817-738-1938 or visit  for gallery hours.

–from the Fort Worth Public Art ENews

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Fort Worth Spring 2011 Gallery Night March 26

The Fort Worth Art Dealer’s Association (FWADA) invites you to take-in the visual arts and our community’s unique cultural richness during Spring Gallery Night on Saturday, March 26, 2011.

Come take a stroll through participating galleries, museums, retail businesses, and area restaurants, and enjoy the many artists featured during this community event. Gallery Night is free and open to the public

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Dia de Los Ninos opens March 22 in Oak Cliff

Dia de los Niños Art Exhibition

March 22 – April 2, 2011

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center is excited to present the Dia de los Niños (Children’s Day) Art Exhibition. This two-week exhibition will feature art work created by students from four Dallas I.S.D. Oak Cliff elementary schools, composed from a wide array of various art media.

This annual event, formerly held at the Ice House Cultural Center, has gained popularity throughout Oak Cliff over the years. The exhibition is in observance of the worldwide celebration promoting the recognition and welfare of children throughout the world, which originated in Mexico. The four elementary schools participating in this special exhibition are Rosemont Elementary, Rosemont Primary, Lida Hooe and Anson Jones elementary schools. Coordinating the art exhibition are Kellie Lawson (Rosemont), Stacy Cianciulli (Rosemont Primary), Santiago Lopez, III (Lida Hooe), and Patricia Natherson (Anson Jones). 

Admission for this art exhibition is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact the Oak Cliff Cultural Center at (214) 670-3777.

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Norwood Flynn Gallery to host show for the visual arts senior students  of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts April 9-16, 2011

Student Artists’ Opening Reception Saturday, April 16, 2011, 6-8pm

Artwork on view noon-5:00pm on April 16, during the DADA Artwalk and during gallery hours April 9-15, 2010

Norwood Flynn Gallery announces its 2011 spring juried show featuring works by the visual arts senior students of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts.  The show, which runs from April 9 through April 16 with an Open House on Saturday, April 16, from 6 to 8 p.m., will be an opportunity for Seniors to show and sell their work in a gallery setting. 100% of the proceeds benefit the student artists and DADA’s Edith Baker Art Scholarship.  Admission to the show is free and open to the public. For information on the show or the Gallery please call 214-351-3318 or visit

Norwood Flynn Gallery, housed in a spaciously renovated 1940s cottage overlooking the shores of Bachman Lake, features art ranging in style from classical realism to outsider art by both emerging and established regional artists. Sue Flynn, owner, opened the gallery in 2005. 

About the High School

Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts was created to provide a program of excellence in the arts which meets the needs of the students and the community. It is the school of choice for students with special talents and the desire and commitment to develop their potential. Intensive training in the performing or visual arts allows students to explore the demands of an artistic career. A rigorous academic program offers all courses required for the state’s three graduation plans including a host of honors courses and Advanced Placement courses. Students are selected through audition, interview, portfolio or other demonstration of artistic aptitude, and the student population reflects the ethnic enrollment of the district at large. On the average, 150 graduating seniors boast $1.5 – $3.5 million dollars in college scholarships in both arts and academic majors.

The Visual Arts Cluster, led by Dolores Cuello Tompkins, provides an intense education in the studio arts: drawing, design, painting, printmaking, painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography and jewelry. Special Advanced Placement art courses enhance the curriculum and prepare students for professional schools and future career options.

Gallery Information:

Norwood Flynn Gallery - Sue Flynn, Owner 

3318 Shorecrest Dallas, Texas 75235


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Haddock at Your Private Collection in Granbury

If you visit Granbury, stop at Your Private Collection Art Gallery and ask to see the art of James Hadduck.  They are having a big event this weekend. At this website click on:  New Arrivals

Website of artist James Haddock

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Dallas Art Fair Preview Gala April 7


Thursday, April 7
7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.), 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas

A special Preview Gala will launch the Dallas Art Fair on Thursday, April 7, 2011. The Gala will give art patrons the opportunity to preview the exhibits prior to the public opening of the fair. The Dallas Art Fair has chosen the renowned Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and the Dallas Contemporary as the beneficiaries of the Preview Gala.

Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts will utilize the funds raised from the gala to provide advancement opportunities for students at this top-rated arts magnet school through a variety of initiatives including the disbursement of annual scholarships. Students are presented with scholarships to assist with college tuition, summer intensives, travel and more. Past recipients now attend prestigious universities coast to coast.

Dallas Contemporary has a 30-year history of bringing innovative contemporary art to the City of Dallas. The institution has achieved dramatic growth in its presentation of regional artists and is expanding its reach to feature national and international talent. Dallas Contemporary is recognized for creating compelling exhibitions by emerging artists and also for the nationally award winning Art Think program which teaches students the skills to think creatively about contemporary art. Headquarters were recently re-located to a repurposed 1950’s industrial building that will serve as a kunsthalle of contemporary art in Dallas.

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Spring Art Show Opening March 26 (Denton)

Join us for our Spring Art Show Saturday, March 26, 2011 in historic Denton, Texas. Our artists have been working hard to create a beautiful art show with wonderful works that might just look fantastic in your home or office. We have several new artists that will be exhibiting in the studio for the first time as well new works from our existing artists. You can view the art from 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Live music will be from 5:30 – 9:00. Music is kicked off by the Drew Zaremba and Brian Ward Duo. (Jazz) Starting at 7:00 pm Baloney Moon, one of Denton Favorite Groups will perform in the studio. Baloney Moon performs an eclectic assortment of music and has performed on the Square for Music events as well as at Jazzfest. A Creative Art Studio in Denton.

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Texas & Neighbors Juror Talk & Critique March 19

MEET THE JUROR, TALK & CRITIQUE NIGHT is this Saturday at the Irving Arts Center, 7:00pm – refreshments will be served. For more details get the  MEET THE JUROR flyer here.

There will also be a presentation of the submitted entries for the show for those that missed the Preview Night in February – more than 435 images submitted by 161 artists from 5 states!

Marileigh Schulte, 2011 Juror for Texas & Neighbors

 We are proud to announce Marileigh Schulte as our juror for the 26th Texas & Neighbors Regional Art Competition.
Marileigh Schulte is a founding member of the Rancho Santa Fe Artist and Gallery.  She is also a member of Market Street Painters and a member of the Printmakers Atelier in La Jolla, CA.  In addition, she is a member of the San Diego Portrait Society and National Artists Equity.
Currently, Marileigh is impresario for Southern California artists and teaches Painting The FigureAlla Prima, and Painting the Figure From Photographs.  She is a member and has been juried into the Oil Painters of America’s National and Western Regional shows, juried into the American Impressionist’s National Shows, and juried into the Salon International Show.
Marileigh loves the dramatic effects of light and the use of deep rich colors.  She mostly enjoys figurative work in an impressionist style.  Much of her work depicts figures because she was introduced to fashion design early in life.  For many years, Marileigh was CEO of one of the most prestigious clothing and manufacturing companies in the United States.  Years of sketching fashion models and designing fabric helped to expand her artistic abilities.
Her work is displayed with pride in many private collections throughout the United States.  Marileigh lives and plays in beautiful Rancho Santa Fe, California with her husband Frank and their dogs, Cosmo, Bella and Chance.

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Interior Constructs

Interior Constructs: Sarina Fuhrmann, Elizabeth Holden, Suzanne Perez and John Alexander Taylor. Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX,, March 4-30, 2011. Reception,Saturday, March 26th from 6-9 pm.

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Winners of the From Blues to Hip Hop Show Show Texas Visual Arts Association

Best of Show: John Carpenter


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Art Tour No More! on Mar. 20

ART Tour no More!
One-Stop Art Extravaganza

Local artists of far east Dallas have consolidated the “Art in the Hood Studio Tour” this year to create a new, one-stop art event that will take place Sunday, March 20, 2011, from 10-6 at BA Glassworks studio.

Participating artists: Brad Abrams, Laura Walters Abrams, Matt Bagley, Diane Box, Rita Barnard, Misty Boldish, Randy Brodnax, Michael Christopher, Roy Cirigliana, Cathryn Colcer, Dan Colcer, Carolyn Collins, Robb Conover, Rose Downs, Dawn Dreyer, Dan Dudley, Lori Dudley, Mark Epstein, Deanne Eskridge, Adam Glick, Steve Herndon, Monique Jannette, Jenice Johnson, Suza Kanon, Kelsey Kincannon, Stuart Kraft, Jason LaJudice, Chris Lake, Margo Lee, Keith Livingston, Maja McFaul, Julia McLain, Kevin Obregon, Andrea Power, Terri Thoman, Nancy Thompson, Luis Toledano, and Karen Weiss

BA Glassworks Studio  2123 Silverado Drive, Dallas, Tx 75253 

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Earthquake & tsunami benefit / Las Horas Serenas reception March 19

Earthquake & tsunami benefit by local artists Local artists are donating artwork to be sold at the opening reception & throughout the exhibit to benefit victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Proceeds will be sent via the American Red Cross. Because of the short notice, we may not have all the donated pieces on the website by the opening, but will add pieces as soon as possible.

Please join us in supporting relief efforts at the same time you support artists. Use the link in a few days to start previewing donated work. Today there is not yet any work to view.

Donated artwork

Artists: if you would like to participate, please drop off donations by Wednesday. If you drop off art after Wednesday, we will include it but it may not get hung, included in the program & posted on the website before the opening.

New Las Horas Serenas – Natascha Rijfkogel at Eclectic Expressions, opening 6-9:00 pm, Saturday, March 19.

Natascha’s style has been called magic realism. She is a storyteller, weaving ordinary elements into tales of the interaction and journey of those objects, capturing a single moment. Maybe someday you too will look at the sky and see an antique clock being pulled by two umbrellas, each in its own universe. 

Natascha explains this series saying, “One day I was inspired to paint about time, perhaps because my life has changed beyond recognition since moving here. Time changes everything around me but not my core identity or philosophy. Although man invented the abstract idea of measuring time, each individual’s conception of time constantly changes.” 

“Listening to music transports me to a realm where anything is possible and allows me catch a moment in the history of each story. First I glimpse the beginning and the travel, then choose just the right instant to immortalize.”

Natascha is a painter, graphic designer and actor. In Panama she was a professor of performing arts and visual arts, and hosted a weekly television show for arts. She moved to Texas March 2009 and made her debut participating in “African Diaspora” exhibit presented by Eclectic Expressions that opened August 15, 2009.

Eclectic Expressions is located at 201 E. Sanford Street in Arlington; the northeast corner of Sanford and Mesquite. Normal hours are Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 5:30 pm.

Eclectic Expressions
Kate Wickham, Gallery Director

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Lecture on Thomas Cole of the Hudson River School at the Amon Carter Mar. 24

The Amon Carter has a wonderful lecture coming up in conjunction with the Hudson River School exhibition. Here are the details:

The Moral of All Human Tales: Thomas Cole’s The Course of Empire
Thursday, March 24, 6–7 p.m.

TCU Art History Chair Dr. Mark Thistlethwaite will reflect on Thomas Cole’s masterful series The Course of Empire and how it fits into the context of American history painting during the antebellum decades.

Because seating is limited, reservations are required. Call 817.989.5030 or email to register.

This program is made possible in part by a grant from Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Dallas Art Openings : March 17 – March 20

These openings are posted courtesy of Jim Mathis from his announcements list: Dallas Art Openings:

(for more openings see Art This Week in DFW — the weekly calendar & update for Art News DFW)

Another Good Week! Enjoy!

A Lecture on “The Impact of Wassily Kandinsky” by Natalie (Schatzie) Lee at the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art – March 17 : 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
3109 Carlisle, Dallas, Tx 75204

“Linear” by Robb Conover, Dave Patterson, and Yovanny at Kettle Art : March 17 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
2714 Elm Street, Dallas, Tx 75226

Artscape 2011″ at the Dallas Arboretum – March 18 : 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM | March 19 : 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM | March 20 : 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
8525 Garland Road, Dallas, Tx 75218

“Horizons: Ethereal Seascapes” by Alison Shaw at the Sun to Moon Gallery – March 19 : 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1515 Levee Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Las Horas Serenas” by Natascha Rijfkogel at the Eclectic Expressions – March 19 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
201 E. Sanford, Arlington, TX 76011

“Art” by Renee Vandevere & Bereniche Martin at ELLE REALTY – March 19 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
718 N. Buckner Blvd., Ste. 304, Dallas, Tx 75218

“The Mind’s Eye” by Anita Huffington and Philip Morsberger at Valley House Gallery – March 19 : 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
6616 Spring Valley Road, Dallas, Tx 75254

“Renoir and the Impressionists” by Alexandre Renoir at the Wisby-Smith Fine Art Gallery – March 19 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
500 Crescent Court, Dallas, Tx 75201

“Art Tour No More! One-Stop Spring Art Show!” by Brad Abrams, Laura Walters Abrams, Matt Bagley, Diane Box, Rita Barnard, Misty Boldish, Randy Brodnax, Michael Christopher, Roy Cirigliana, Cathryn Colcer, Dan Colcer, Carolyn Collins, Robb Conover, Rose Downs, Dawn Dreyer, Dan Dudley, Lori Dudley, Mark Epstein, Deanne Eskridge, Adam Glick, Steve Herndon, Monique Jannette, Jenice Johnson, Suza Kanon, Kelsey Kincannon, Stuart Kraft, Jason LaJudice, Chris Lake, Margo Lee, Keith Livingston, Maja McFaul, Julia McLain, Kevin Obregon, Andrea Power, Terri Thoman, Nancy Thompson, Luis Toledano, and Karen Weiss at BA Glassworks Studio – March 20 : 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
2123 Silverado Drive, Dallas, Tx 75253

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Dallas architecture events



“The Trinity River Project:  An Update”
Tuesday, 6:30 pm
22 March 2011
Dallas Center for Architecture, 1909 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Suite 100.
This panel will explore, through its participants, the continuing vision for the Trinity River – the complexities, realities and commitment to recover, through beauty, the source of our city.  Distinguished Panelists will be Gail Thomas, President of the Trinity Trust; and Ignacio Bunster Ossa from WRT Landscape Architects of Philadelphia.

Panel Season Sponsor – Talley Associates
AIA Members can earn 1.5 CE credits for each Forum Panel attended.  AIA membership number must be provided at sign-in.

“African American Architecture in Dallas:  Past;  Present;  Future”
Saturday,  11:30 am to 4:30 pm 
26 March 2011
Nasher Sculpture Center
Check-in begins at 11 am; lunch from 1:15 to 2:30 pm.

Presented by the Oral History Department of the University of Texas at Arlington School of Architecture and the Dallas Architecture Forum
Advance registration and payment required.  To register, go to
Symposium Organizer:  Kate Holliday, PhD
Symposium Committee:  Don Gatzke. AIA; Mark Gunderson, AIA; Nate Eudaly and Kate Holliday

This symposium will provide insight into the ways that African American architects and neighborhoods have helped shape the city of Dallas in the twentieth century.   Speakers in the morning session will address the role that individual practitioners like William Sidney Pittman, Texas’s first African-American architect, played in building the urban landscape in the early twentieth century.  Pittman’s Knights of Pythias Temple stands on Elm Street as a lone reminder of the prosperous professional African-American community that once occupied Deep Ellum and old North Dallas.
The afternoon session will focus on the generation of architects who came of age in Dallas after the founding of the National Organization of Minority Architects in 1971. John S. Chase, a Houston-based architect and first licensed African-American architect in Texas, was a founding member of the group.  Speakers include founding members of the Dallas Chapter of NOMA and alumni of Chase’s Dallas office, who will consider their design work in the city and the role of NOMA in their practices.

Symposium Speakers, Panelists and Moderators include:
–Dr. Richard Dozier, Tuskegee University 
–Dr. Marvin Dulaney, University of Texas Arlington 
–Dr. Marsha Prior, Geo-Marine 
–Katherine Seale, Preservation Dallas
–Al Bryant, Bryant-Blair Group, NOMA
–Darrell Fitzgerald, FAIA, NOMA, Fitzgerald-Charles Group
–Michael Johnson, AIA, NOMA, Johnson-McKibben
–Clyde Porter, FAIA, NOMA, Dallas County Community College District

Symposium Fees (includes morning and afternoon beverages, lunch on your own):
—-Architecture Forum &Nasher Sculpture Center members; UTA faculty/staff: $35
—-Full Time Students: $15
—-General Admission: $50

“A Window Into the Architect’s Mind: The 36th Annual Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition” Exhibition
Through 1 April 2011
Dallas Center for Architecture, 1909 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Suite 100
Since it began almost 36 years ago, the annual Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition has grown from an event that recognized hand-drawn renderings of local architects to an international competition that encompasses architectural delineations made in a variety of media by students and professionals.  Organized by the Dallas chapter of the American Institute of Architects, the “KRob” is the longest-running architectural drawing competition anywhere, and is presented in conjunction with the annual Ken Roberts Lecture as a part of the Dallas Architecture Forum’s Lecture Season.  The exhibition features both winners and finalists from the 2010 competition on the DCFA gallery wall and the plasma screen television.

“Line and Form: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Wasmuth Portfolio”
Through 11 July 2011
Focus 2 Gallery, Dallas Museum of Art
In 1910 Frank Lloyd Wright and Berlin publisher Ernst Wasmuth issued “Studies and Executed Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright”, a portfolio of one hundred lithographs of some of Wright’s most defining works.  This portfolio served as the first and most important publication of Wright’s innovative creations.   This exhibition features sixteen works drawn from a rare example of the portfolio within the collections of the Dallas Museum of Art.  Also, the DMA has an exhibition on “Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement” on display until 8 May 2011.

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SWS Paint Out at White Rock Lake Apr. 10

April 2011 Spring Paint Out sponsored by Southwestern Watercolor Society. There is no fee for the paint out.

Location: White Rock Lake Dallas, Texas Sunday April 10 White Rock Lake Map

  • 8:30 am -4:30 pm
  • 8:30 am Briefing – Bath House Parking Lot
  • 5:00 PM Reception and Judging at Jeff Good’s Home (near the lake), 808 Sylvania Drive, Dallas TX 75218
  • Bar-B-Q dinner will be provided for $9.00 each. Please RSVP to or 214 876 4851. BYOB and simple dessert

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