Category Archive: Exhibits & Events

ZENTANGLE®- Inspired Art Exhibit Jan. 30 – Feb. 24

The Zentangle continues….Reception Feb. 6th 


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Oxide Gallery opening Feb. 1 for Faith Scott Jessup & North Texas artists

Update: cancelled – will reschedule

What: Gallery Night  (Art Opening Reception) 
Feature Show : Artist, Faith Scott Jessup A solo artist show. 
Musical Guest: The Phantom Solaris.  The Phantom Solaris officially began in November 2002 by it’s founding members Brandon Roehl (of Brutalis) and Count Louisifer III. The band has always fluctuated, evolved, and has always strived to explore the realms of experimental rock music. Currently The Phantom Solaris is in the progress of recording and composing original music for the opening art night reception of artist Faith Jessup held at OXIDE Gallery February 1st.

Main Show:
 Eclectic collection by over 40 of our local North Texas artists This is the change over of the entire gallery.  All the artwork in the gallery is new.  Main Show includes: Wood Carvings, Gourds, Metal sculptures, Acrylics, Watercolors, Oils, Mixed Media, Collage, Photography, and Artisan Jewelry. 
Duration: Show runs from February 1st – February 26th

Where: OXIDE Gallery Location: 501 W Hickory St – Denton – Inside the Linwood-Alford Florist Building . 
When: Tuesday, February 1st Time: 6p-8p Refreshments: Catered by Carino’s Italian Restaurant Admission: FREE
Contact:, 940.483.8900 Website: Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9a-5p, Saturday 9a-1p


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Invitation from Gisa Elwazir

The Rhythm of Color

Reception: Thursday, February 10,  2011, 6-8 pm
Exhibition Dates: February 4, 2011 – February 25, 2011
Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat 11-6

Gisa Elwazir Up-close   
View the complete exhibition 

Agora Gallery /ARTmine/ARTisSpectrum 

530 West 25th Street, Chelsea New York    Tel 212-226-4151 / Fax 212-966-4380

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From Blues to Hip Hop at the TVAA Downtown Gallery

The TVAA Downtown Gallery announces the opening of the exhibition From Blues To Hip Hop, curated by Mary Ann Turner, on Tuesday, February 1, 2011. A reception with the Artists will be held on Sunday, February 6 [rescheduled to Feb. 14, 2-4 pm], . The exhibition closes on Monday, February 28, 2011.

From Blues To Hip Hop features the work of John Carpenter, Marvin Crow, Andrea Davis, George Dollins, Spray Gleaves, Jose Angel Hernandez, KeLaine Kvale, Ann McDonald, Junko Otsu, Jan Partin, Paul Pena, Bernard Perroud, Carmen Lax-Ray, Walter Ray, Esther Ritz, and Mary Ann Turner. For centuries every culture has created rhythms, sounds, and lyrics that reflect universal emotions. Artists may not write the songs or the words, but visual artists of every medium can and often do express responses to the music they hear through their art. From Blues to Hip Hop represents these artists’ responses to the music that feeds their creative spirits.

Please join us for the reception on Sunday, February 6 from 2 to 4. The Gallery is easily accessible by DART’s Pearl Street stop, and the reception is free and open to the public.

The Downtown Gallery is located in the Plaza of the Americas, Suite G207, 700 N Pearl Street, Dallas, Texas 75201. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, ten to four in the afternoon. Please visit to learn more about the TVAA Downtown Gallery.

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Marilyn Chandler memorial exhibit reception Feb. 6

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Julia Liou reception Jan. 31

Opening Reception: Monday, January 31, 7-9pm

Artist  Julia Liou

Impermanent Landforms January 31-February 13, 2011

Union Gallery

Gallery Hours: Monday-Saturday from 8am-10pm

University of North Texas – Union Gallery – University Union, 3rdfloor

Denton, Texas 76203 TEL: 940-565-3829

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New Alchemy: Andrew K. Currey Feb. 1-28

Emerging Artist, Andrew K. Currey, is coming to the Design District of Dallas for the month of February to showcase his work at the upcoming fine art gallery: 1111 Studio Gallery. (Located at 1111 Dragon St., Dallas, TX). The exhibition will open February 1 and will close on February 28; the opening reception will be held on Saturday, February 12 at 6:30 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. The Exhibit will showcase large-scale paintings and drawings. Live improvisation jazz guitars will accompany the artwork during the opening reception, courtesy of Dallas musicians: Kenny Hada, and Carlos Pulledo. 

Andrew K. Currey paints large-scale work focusing on his life as a “Type One” diabetic in order to create an autobiographical narrative about living with this disease. Using modern day medical devices juxtaposed with images of nature (bees, horses, and botanical elements), “New Alchemy” explores the surrealist lifestyle behind Diabetes and the people who live with it. 

Andrew K. Currey was born in Pueblo, Colorado, and received his Bachelor in Fine Arts with emphasis in Painting and Drawing from the University of North Texas. He also spent time in Florence, Italy restoring 15th century paintings at the Lorenzo Di Medici School in Florence. This experience led to his exploring the use of symbolism and visual metaphors in his paintings, while at the same time developing a style of stressed and aged texture on canvas.

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Winners of the PAA 2011 Members Show

Plano Art Association

2011 Member’s Show

Congratulation to the Winners of the   

PAA Members Show 2011  


Best of Show

Eunice Bridges  

Children of the Acorn 


List of winners:

Best of Show: Eunice Bridges, Children of the Acorn 

1st Place: Alison Jardine, Impermanence

2nd Place: Michele Loftus, Untitled

3rd Place: Jennifer Roberts, Drainpipe#3

Best of Category:  

Oil & Acrylic Joe Argomaniz, Serenade in Red

Watercolor: Barbara J Mason,The Maestra

Drawing: Christi Thompkins, Bon Ami

Mixed media: Elisa R Canfield, Eye of the Storm

Sculpture: Sussan Afrassiabian, Dance

Photography: Audrey Guthrie, Straight

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“Across the Ages” opens Feb. 4; reception Feb. 11

The Fort Worth Community Art Center, 1300 Gendy Street, will be hosting 3 artists in the Front Gallery, February 4-27. The exhibit is called “Across the Ages”.

All  artists are from the Fort Worth area. This will be the first time that 15 year old Faith Bruton will have a public show. She will share the space with Mazie Pannell and Jane Hansen. All have studied with European Master Grigor Aleksi of Sabka Fine Art Gallery on 7th Street. 

All three artists have very different styles, subject matter and ages. Faith is willingly to say she is 15; Jane admits to being in the 60’s but prefers 39 and Mazie admits to being 82. 

Faith Bruton, born in Tulsa, Okla., moved with her family to Fort Worth at 2. She became enamored with art watching painting programs at KERA. Her 6th birthday party was help at Amon Carter Art Museum. She has studied with Grigor Aleksi for 4 years. She also enjoys classical guitar and travel. In fact she has visited 29 countries throughout Europe and Asia. She attends the ninth grade at Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts.

Mazie Pannel, 82, is a Texas original. While being a mother (3), grandmother of many and great grand mother, Maxie was always interest in art.  She began her artistic endeavors by painting trunks; moved on to making dolls, doing everything from making the doll, painting it, making the dress and much more. Some are life size. Her present art career came about when she started taking classes at Sabka about 3 years ago. She is very interested in painting people.  She recently started doing landscapes. 

The final presenter this February is Jane Hansen who moved to Fort Worth in 2006. Originally from Detroit,  Ms. Hansen has an extensive background in marketing and 
management A very dedacated art collector for many years, she decided it was time to try it out herself with the help of an individual teacher. In 3 1/2 years she has explored painting people (a favorite) landcapes and other living creatures like lions, tigers, dogs and horses. She recently opened a web page to sell her work. More details are available on her web page: The art and giclee prints (special prints on canvas) will be available for  purchase.  Twenty percent of the sale will go to FWCA.

The reception for the FWCA Focus Art Show, “Across All Ages” will be on February 11 at 6 p.m.Admission is Free. Food and beverages will be available. 

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Dallas Art Openings : January 25 – 29

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)

A Good Week! Enjoy!

“The Loiza Project” by Miguel A. Casanova at North Lake College – January 25 : 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

5001 N. MacArthur Blvd, Irving, Tx 75038

“Last Opening Reception” by Ginette Albert, Carlo Devereaux, Kris Navasques, Mary Hodge, Ellen Moore, Pat Payton, and Lee Ford Pierce at the Andelon Art Gallery – January 27 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

3737 Atwell Street, Suite 204, Dallas, Tx 75209

A Perspective on “CHRISTIAN WULFFEN: BRIDGES AND CONSTRUCTIONS” by Charissa Terranova at the Dallas Contemporary Gallery – January 27 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

161 Glass Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Intricate Spaces” by Andrea Moon and Wesley Harvey at the Brazos Gallery, Richland College – January 28 : 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

12800 Abrams Road, Dallas, Tx  75243

“Trashing Our Treasure – Photography Exhibition” by Annemarie Marek, Dylan Hollingsworth, Mike Stovall, Benjamin J. Hager, Houston Brown, and Nancy Black at the BathHouse Cultural Center – January 29 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

521 E. Lawther, Dallas, Tx 75218

“17th Annual El Corazón” by Denise Althea Graham, Chandra Armstead, Deeya Bain, Joni Beamish, Laura Beikman, Penelope Bisbee, Carol Blanchard Parks, Angie Bolling, Eunice Bridges, Roy Cirigliana, Ray-Mel Cornelius, Patricia Curry, Dan Dudley, Lori Dudley, Gina Marie Dunn, Jacque Forsher, Sandra Gonzalez, April Greenlee, Rebecca Guy, Franziska Haarmann, Juli Hulcy, Karen Jacobi, Laura Johnson, Jenny Keller, KeLaine Kvale, Katrine Kyhnel, Javier Limon, Eli Lorenz, Darlene Macias, Laurie Mahoney, Kerian Massey, Julia McLain, Teresa Megahan, Karen Merten, William Messimer, Sharon Neel-Bagley, Melia Newman, Jennifer Olvera, Carol Pankrat, Cap Pannell, Paul Pena, Filiberto Pérez, Luzette Portillo Flores, Alfredo Rodriguez, Johanna Roffino Hulsey, Lisa Rountree, Lesley Rucker, Ruth Sanchez, Armando Sebastian, Cindy Seely, Pam Stern, Linda D. Stokes, Melissa Wertz, Michelle Wertz, Tamara Wyndham, David Zarazua at Bath House Cultural Center – January 29 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

521 E. Lawther, Dallas, Tx 75218

“For The Love Of The Game” by Neil Leifer at Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery – January 29 : 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

1202 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Pierce’s Memorandum and Account Book” by Benjamin Pierce at the Rising Art Gallery and Creative Haus – January 29 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

4631 Insurance Lane, Dallas, Tx 75205

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Nomad Arts Masquerade Ball Jan. 28

A fine evening of eclectic entertainment and adventure awaits you this weekend! Our friends at the Green Bandanna group our throwing a smash of a party!
 They have been gracious enough to offer any fan of Nomad Arts a $10 discount!A killer line up of top local bands, and free drinks for just $15 bucks?!?!  Count me in.
 Enter code NOMAD when you purchase tickets for $15without code tickets are $25


Proceeds Benefiting “29 Pieces” 

by Pulitzer Prize winner Karen Blessen

29 Pieces is an exhibit of large scale art that uses sculpture and the written word to internalize and illuminate the transforming power of sacred words. 29 Pieces also aims to raise awareness of the timeless relevance and artistry of the inspired messages left to us by mystics from many traditions and cultures. 


And that’s what we know for now.Thank you for your time and continued support! 
Supporting the Arts,

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TSA Annual Membership Exhibition opens Feb. 4; reception Feb. 12

Texas Sculpture Association
Annual Membership Exhibition

Opening Reception: February 4, 6:30 – 9:00 PM
Exhibition dates: February 4 – March 12, 2011

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center opens its 2011 art exhibition season with the Texas Sculpture Association’s Annual Membership Art Show. Participating artists from across the state will exhibit their artwork, composed from a wide array of sculptural media.

This annual event is a staple for Texas Sculpture Association (TSA), giving its members an opportunity to showcase their work. The TSA is a state-wide non-profit organization that provides sculptors the opportunity to learn more about the art of sculpture and share their artistic vision with the general public.

Admission for the art exhibition and opening reception is free. For more information on this exhibition, please contact the Oak Cliff Cultural Center. For more information on the Texas Sculpture Association, please visit

Opening Reception

Date: Saturday, February 12, 2011

Time: 6:30 – 9:00 PM

Oak Cliff Cultural Center • (214) 670-3777 •

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center is a division of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs. The center is dedicated to fostering the growth, development and quality of multi-cultural arts within the City of Dallas. The center emphasizes innovating visual and performing arts as well as other multi-discipline events throughout the year.


The Oak Cliff Cultural Center is located at 223 W. Jefferson Boulevard, Dallas, Texas 75208. Current hours of operation are Tuesday through Friday, 3:00 – 9:00 PM, and Saturday, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM.

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V. Wells, Sports Artist exhibit in February in Keller

The Keller Public Arts Program is pleased to feature for its February Public Arts Show, the original portrait paintings by V. Wells, Sports Artist. His work will be on display around the gallery at Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Mr. Wells’s paintings can be found in homes of rookies and Hall of Famers, Media guide covers, posters and lithographs. To see more about his work visit 
A special “Meet the Artist” reception will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10 in the foyer of Keller Town Hall. Mr. Wells will be on hand to meet and greet the community. This reception coincides with the Keller Gallery Walk in Keller Town Center. For information about this event or the Keller Public Arts Program, contact the City Manager’s Office at (817)743-4000 or

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Design Symposium with Christo Feb. 27: Tickets on Sale Now

Tickets: click here

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24th Annual Materials Hard and Soft opens Feb. 4

The Greater Denton Arts Council presents:

Materials Hard and Soft (24th Annual)
February 4 – April 3, 2011

Opening Febuary 4, 2011 6-8 pm 
Center for the Visual Arts, Denton TX

ks produced in any of the craft media: clay, fiber, glass,
metal, paper, wood, or any combination of craft media, are
acceptable. Entr

Works produced in any of the craft media: clay, fiber, glass, metal, paper, wood, or any combination of craft media.

For additional information call 
940.382.ARTS (2787)

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2011 Western Artists of America Show & Sale in Corsicana

Western Artists of America is an organization formed for the purpose of promoting the talents of professional fine artists specializing in the genre of cowboy, Indian, pioneer, cattle and horse subjects with backgrounds appropriate to the subject matter.  The 2011 WAA Show & Sale will be held at the Pearce Museum of Navarro College. The Opening Sale will be Jan. 28th & 29th and the exhibit runs Jan 30th through Mar. 12th.

Contact Holly Beasley Wait, Director for show ticket information: Phone: (903)875-7438 

Navarro College Campus, 3100 W Collin Street, Corsicana, TX 75110


The Pearce Museum is delighted to welcome Western Artists of America to its gallery, along with 223 brand-new works of art by 41 well-known Western artists.The Seventh annual Western Artists of America Show will formally open with a major national art sale on the evening of January 28, 2011.
The event will be held in the Pearce Civil War & Western Art Museum. website: For a list of participating artists, see the WAA Website.

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Andelon Gallery opening Jan. 27th

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Gallery76102 reception Jan. 27th for Timothy Harding

 Gallery 76102 • UT Arlington/Fort Worth Center  • 1401 Jones Street • Fort Worth, TX 76102 Gallery entrance located at south end on Jones, limited parking available in the front & back of the building

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Bowl Glazing Party Jan. 24

Join Art after 5 as we glaze/decorate bowls at CAC for the Empty Bowls event. We had this event last Jan. & those of you who came & painted will tell you it was fun. Dress comfortably. We won’t be throwing pottery just glazing. We will be in Building B.

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Dallas Art Fair – participating museums Join our mailing list.

We are please to host the following national museums and organizations at the 2011 Dallas Art Fair to be held April 8th-10th:

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CLOSING: Meadows Museum Exhibit: “Sultans and Saints: Spain’s Confluence of Cultures”

What:              Spain, and Toledo in particular, was the center of convivencia, the coexistence of Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Spain from the time of the Muslim conquest of the Iberian peninsula in 711 to the expulsion of Jews and Muslims from Spain as decreed by Isabella and Ferdinand in 1492. This exhibit aims to explore the cultural amalgamation of the period with works of art that reflect cultural and artistic exchanges among the three groups.  Ultimately, an attempt to bring non-Christians and Protestants back to Catholicism led to the period known as the Counter Reformation, which established a resurgence in Christian devotion that was reflected in the art of the period.  A variety of media are included in the exhibition, including ceramics, paintings, manuscripts, works on paper, and sculpture, from both the Meadows Museum permanent collection and SMU’s Bridwell Library.

When:             Through Jan. 23, 2011.  Museum hours 10-5 Tues.-Sat.; 10-9 Thurs.; 1-5 Sun.

Where:            Meadows Museum, 5900 Bishop Blvd. on SMU campus, Dallas (75205)

Cost:               $8 for adults; $6 for seniors; FREE Thurs. after 5 p.m.; FREE for children

                        under 12, museum members and SMU students, faculty and staff

Info:                Call 214-768-2516.

CLOSING: Meadows Museum Exhibit: “The Prado at the Meadows: El Greco’s Pentecost in a New Light”

What:              The Meadows Museum inaugurates its historic three-year partnership with the Prado Museum in Madrid with the first of three annual loans from the Prado: El Greco’s msterpiece Pentecost (c. 1600). The work, believed to be part of a  massive altarpiece the artist created for a seminary in Madrid, depicts the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles 50 days after Christ’s resurrection.  The loan program is designed to introduce American audiences to key masterworks of Spanish art; each loan will be accompanied by symposia and other educational public programs as well as a catalogue with essays by international scholars.

When:             Through Feb. 6, 2011.  Museum hours 10-5 Tues.-Sat.; 10-9 Thurs.; 1-5 Sun.

Where:            Meadows Museum, 5900 Bishop Blvd. on SMU campus, Dallas (75205)

Cost:               $8 for adults; $6 for seniors; FREE Thurs. after 5 p.m.; FREE for children

                        under 12, museum members and SMU students, faculty and staff

Info:                Call 214-768-2516.

CLOSING: Meadows Museum Exhibit: “Breaking New Ground: Presenting the George W. Bush

Presidential Center”

What:              The George W. Bush Presidential Center presents a special exhibit at the Meadows Museum  at SMU that displays some of the historic treasures from the George W. Bush presidency,  including the bullhorn President Bush used when he visited Ground Zero on Sept. 14, 2001.   Visitors will be introduced to the planned features of the Bush Center, including design renderings, landscape features and an architectural model. Visitors will also learn about the work of the Bush Institute and key archives of the Presidential Library.

When:             Through Feb. 6, 2011. Museum hours 10-5 Tues.-Sat.; 10-9 Thurs.; 1-5 Sun.

Where:            Meadows Museum, 5900 Bishop Blvd. on SMU campus, Dallas (75205)

Cost:               FREE

Info:                Call 214-768-2516.

CLOSING: Dallas Museum of Art installation: “Living Room”

What:              “Living Room” is an installation at the Dallas Museum of Art resulting from  the museum’s community partnership with SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts. It is being held in conjunction with “Encountering Space,” an exhibition in the DMA’s Center for Creative Connections. In response to the themes of Encountering Space, the faculty and alumni of the Division of Art and the Center of Creative Computation of the Meadows School developed this interactive installation that combines physical and perceptual experiences.

When:              Through February 2011.

Where:             Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 North Harwood, Dallas 75201

Cost:                Free with museum admission

Info:                Visit

Meadows Museum Exhibit Opening: “The Lost Manuscripts from the Sistine Chapel:

An Epic Journey from Rome to Toledo”

What:              An outstanding set of codices from the Sacristy of the Sistine Chapel will be  on display at the Meadows Museum as part of the exhibition The Lost Manuscripts from the Sistine Chapel: An Epic Journey from Rome to Toledo.  Featuring 40 manuscripts that range in date from the 11th to the 18th century,  the collection represents some of the finest illuminations ever created, and marks the first time these ancient manuscripts will be on display in the U.S.  Since their rediscovery scholars have been cataloguing and studying them,  piecing together one of the most valuable collections of liturgical manuscripts in existence, including benedictionals, blessings, breviaries, epistolaries,  evangelistaries, missals and preparations for mass. The books follow the  trajectory of an exciting and significant time at the Vatican and Sistine  Chapel, spanning the leadership of Pope Paul II to Pope Urban VIII  Barberini.

When:              Jan. 23 – Apr. 23, 2011.  Museum hours 10-5 Tues.-Sat.; 10-9 Thurs.; 1-5 Sun.

Where:            Meadows Museum, 5900 Bishop Blvd. on SMU campus, Dallas (75205)

Cost:               $8 for adults; $6 for seniors; FREE Thurs. after 5 p.m.; FREE for children

                        under 12, museum members and SMU students, faculty and staff

Info:                Call 214-768-2516.

Meadows Museum Exhibit Opening: “Grit & Glory: Six Man Football – Photographs by

Laura Wilson”

What:              Timed to coincide with Super Bowl XLV, the Meadows Museum presents an exhibition exploring the regional tradition of six-man football. Acclaimed  photographer Laura Wilson became intrigued by six-man football in 1991, and spent the next 11 years taking thousands of pictures of six-man games in towns throughout Texas. Using a pared-down technique meant to match the  intensity and directness of the sport itself, Wilson’s photographs convey the spirit of the sport and the passion for the game. The exhibition explores the  significance of the sport to Texas, and features images included in Wilson’s  book, Grit and Glory: Six-Man Football.

When:              Jan. 30 – Apr. 23, 2011.  Museum hours 10-5 Tues.-Sat.; 10-9 Thurs.; 1-5 Sun.

Where:            Meadows Museum, 5900 Bishop Blvd. on SMU campus, Dallas (75205)

Cost:               FREE

Info:                Call 214-768-2516.

Hawn Gallery Exhibit: “Hidden Treasures of the Mary McCord/Edyth Renshaw Collection

on the Performing Arts”
What:              SMU’s first official event in celebration of its Centennial, this exhibition draws from an extensive collection, housed in the Jerry Bywaters Special Collections Wing of the Hamon Arts Library, that includes significant holdings in the history of theatre, film, music and dance. The exhibition documents selected activities of  the Arden Club, SMU’s only theater group from 1916 through the 1960s,  beginning with its initial production held in conjunction with SMU’s first commencement exercises. It also includes photographs of a number of now-destroyed Dallas performance venues, such as several downtown movie houses and Fair Park’s Cycle Park Theatre, as well as a number of items documenting performances of the Little Theatre of Dallas (1921-43). The Dallas State Fair and Exposition of 1886, predecessor of the State Fair of Texas, and the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition are represented as well. The exhibition also features national and international items, such as programs from New York vaudeville performances and the Weimar Opera House in Germany, Tin Pan Alley  sheet music by Irving Berlin, envelopes used to present the 1951 Academy Awards and more.

When:             Jan. 31 – May 13, 2011. Open during regular library hours: 8 a.m. – 12 midnight

                        Mon. – Thurs.; 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Fri.; 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sat.; 1 p.m. –  midnight Sun.

Where:            Mildred Hawn Gallery, Hamon Arts Library – Owen Arts Center, 6101 Bishop

                        Blvd. on SMU campus, Dallas (75205)

Cost:                FREE       

Info:                Call 214-768-1860 or see

Pollock Gallery Exhibit: Selections 1: “I Went Through My Bin Again (with Open Robe)”:

A Very Short Introduction to Frances Stark

What:                Frances Stark is an artist who writes and a writer who draws. Through much of her varied production, Stark has reshaped and redescribed from the poin of view of a female artist the intellectual and physical activities typically associated with writing. Her work is a vivid, gently humorous reconstruction of the foibles and frustrations of authorship. At the heart of Stark’s work is an abiding love of self-reflection and skepticism; the inventive expression of such values provides the viewer with a constant reminder of the fragility of the artist’s enterprise. The exhibit is organized by Michael Corris, chair of SMU’s Division of Art, with the cooperation of The Rachofsky House and other notable Dallas collections. “Selections 1” is the first in a series of biennial exhibitions curated by noted guest curators, critics, writers and artists focusing on contemporary artists, topics and issues of their choosing.

When:             Feb. 7 – Mar. 19, 2011. Hours are 11-5 Mon., Tues., Thurs. and Fri., and 1-5 Sat.

                            Opening Reception Feb. 11 from 5-7 p.m.

Where:            Pollock Gallery in Hughes-Trigg Student Center, 3140 Dyer St. on SMU campus,

                        Dallas (75205)

Cost:               FREE          

Info:                Call 214-768-4439.      

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IndieGenius winter sale

409 N. Zang (7th & Zang)
Right Behind the Soon to Open 
BEE (Best Enchiladas Ever) by Monica!

Our first ever:


January 13 – February 6th

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Dallas Architecture Forum Jan/Feb events

Architect; Stuttgart, Boston and Los Angeles
Thursday, 7 pm
27 January 2011
Magnolia Theatre, West Village
After over half a century, Germany has regained its role as a leader in modern architecture thanks to firms like Behnisch Architekten.  This partnership, founded by Gunter and now led by his son Stefan, builds to demanding standards of design, sustainability, and technical performance.  Leading edge clients include Unilever and the Genzyme Center in Cambridge, MA.  Behnisch has been a visiting professor at Yale, Penn, and the University of Virginia.

Lecture  Benefactor -
bulthaup dallas

Spring Series  Benefactor -
Jackson Walker LLP

Lecture Season Benefactor -
Briggs-Freeman Real Estate  | Claire Dewar

AIA Members can earn 1 CE credit per Lecture by attending Forum Lectures—AIA membership number must be provided at sign-in.  

“The Design of Sustainability:  Science and Sensibility”
Tuesday, 6:30 pm
8 February 2011
Dallas Center for Architecture, 1909 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Suite 100
While the practice of sustainability goes back many decades, it is still current topic today. We will be discussing sustainability in multiple contexts, be it the newest technology, lifestyle, or time tested regional design, and perhaps, how all of these can flow together to present a new aesthetic and approach to the built environment

Panel Sponsor -
IDEA Construction

Panel Season Sponsor -

Talley Associates

AIA Members can earn 1.5 CE credits per Panel by attending Forum Panels – AIA membership number must be provided at sign-in.  

“The Works of Christo and Jeanne Claude”
Sunday afternoon 
27 February 2011
Nasher Sculpture Center
Presented by the Dallas Architecture Forum and the Nasher Sculpture Center
Information on purchasing tickets for this outstanding event will be announced in the near future.   Sponsorship opportunities for the Symposium are available now.  For more information, contact, Nate Eudaly, the Forum’s Executive Director, at
, or at 214.764.2406.

Superstructures:  The Architecture of the Football Stadium” Exhibition
Opening 12 January 2011
Dallas Center for Architecture, 1909 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Suite 100
Presented in celebration of the North Texas-hosted Super Bowl XLV, this exhibition will trace the history of the football stadium back to ancient times.  With looks at classic stadiums like Soldier Field and the
 stadium of the future, the exhibition will show how these buildings, important parts of our social landscape, have evolved.  Special focus will be given to our very own Cowboys Stadium. 

“State of the Arts:  Big New Field”
Thursday, 7:30 pm
13 January 2011
Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art
Complimentary admission for Dallas Architecture Forum members (as well as Dallas Museum of Art members and students)
Reservations recommended; reserve your seat by calling 214-922-1818
The Dallas Museum of Art and KERA’s Art & Seek present State of the Arts The next program celebrates the special exhibition “Big New Field” and explores how art, architecture, and sports converge at the new Cowboys Stadium with artist Annette Lawrence, architect Bryan K. Trubey, and curator Charles Wylie.

Plan to attend all of the Forum’s outstanding 2010-11 Lecture Series and related events.  Forum members may attend all regular lectures for no admission charge as a benefit of membership. Both new and renewing members may click on the Membership link below or visit the membership page on our website at to pay for your membership with ease and convenience.   Donations are also accepted.
Recurring Monthly Membership

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2011 Painted Violins for the FWSO – Auction Feb. 24

DFW Artist Ernie Benton Creates Painted Violin 
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
2011 Painted Violins
Passions from the Palette

Earnest “Ernie” Benton, Jr. is a contemporary artist who loves listening to music. In particular, he loves listening to jazz as he paints. He is at a point in his life where he can not only create his art work but can also give back to the world some of his time, energy, ideas, and occasionally even his art work.

Ernie was recently invited to participate in the Fort Worth Symphony’s “Painted Violins – Passions from the Heart” fundraising event. He along with thirty-one other professional and celebrity artists of regional and national importance have taken bare wooden violins as their canvases, using classical symphonic pieces as their inspiration, and created strikingly individual and vibrant works that reflect a variety of styles and media as well as personal concepts of art and music.

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra shares the joy and beauty of symphonic music with nearly 65,000 children through more than 100 engaging programs each year. Through innovative educational events, in-school concerts, free neighborhood performances, and an extensive touring program, the Orchestra strives to ensure that children of all ages from every walk of life, every ethnic origin, and all backgrounds have the opportunity to experience live symphonic music. Since the beginning of November 2010 the completed violins have been displayed at a number of venues in Fort Worth, including Gallerie Kornye West, the Sid Richardson Museum and the Bass Performance Hall lobby during FWSO concerts.

Ernie is self-taught, having started drawing when very young. As the years went by, he continued to train himself by observing other art and by creating his own pieces. He has created numerous acrylic paintings and also enjoys working in pastels. His strong, colorful, bold work is sometimes realistic and sometimes abstracted. Ernie tries to paint everyday and enjoys painting at night in his home studio. He says of his creative process, “I am inspired by passion, beauty, and the abstracts and intangibles of music, thought, form and figure. I love to create paintings to share my visions with the world so that just for a moment the viewer becomes a part of my story. My hope is that all who view my work will have a mood-changing experience that takes them on a short journey to peace, beauty, well-being, and serenity. The creative process of putting line and form on canvas or paper will always be an essential part of my life.”

He is very active in art organizations and charity groups that benefit from his membership and support and includes the Visual Arts Society of Texas, the Irving Arts Center, the Irving Art Association, the South Western Watercolor Society, and the Pastel Society of the South West just to name a few. He seems untiring in his efforts to create and promote art. He has won countless awards and prizes, and has been juried into numerous art exhibitions and festivals.

Learn more about the “Painted Violins” project at the Fort Worth Symphony website.

You can also see Ernie’s art and a lot more about him by checking .

The exclusive Auction Event will be held at the Chesapeake Energy Plaza February 24, 2011, 6:30 p.m.

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17th Annual El Corazón opens Jan. 29

The Bath House Cultural Center Gallery presents 17th Annual El Corazón Art Exhibition
Curated by Jose Vargas
January 29 – February 26, 2011
Opening Reception with the Artists:
 Saturday, January 29 (7-9 PM)
The Bath House Cultural Center presents the 17th Annual El Corazón Art Exhibition, an exhibition that explores various interpretations of the human heart. This passionate and delightfully eclectic art show features diverse creations inspired by the heart (El Corazón), an important symbol in Mexican and Latin American art, and a significant theme in western culture. This year’s exhibition will feature more than forty artists from the DFW Metroplex and other Texas cities. The art work included in El Corazón includes paintings, sculptures, photography and mixed-media art.

Bath House Cultural Center
A Division of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs

(214) 670-8749

 521 E. Lawther Drive, Dallas, TX 75218Located on the eastern shore of White Rock Lake
at the end of Northcliff Drive off Buckner Boulevard

Hours of Operation:
12 Noon to 6 p.m.

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VAST Gala 2011 Exhibition opens Jan. 21 – Artwork by David Keens, Professor of Art, UTA

The Greater Denton Arts Council presents:
VAST Gala 2011 Exhibition (Artwork by David Keens, Professor of Art, UTA)
January 21, 2011- February 27, 2011
Center for the Visual Arts, Denton TX
1:00pm – 5:00 pm
For additional information call 
940.382.ARTS (2787)

website: VAST

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PAA Members Show Reception Jan. 21

Plano Art Association Member’s Art Show 


Join us to celebrate The Member’s Show 2011 at the ArtCentre of PlanoJanuary 21 from 7pm until 9pm.  

We hope you will come and enjoy viewing the art by our members, and we will announce the winners of the cash prizes, and the certificates from our friends at Asel Art, as chosen by juror Luke Sides, Professor of Art at Collin College in Plano.   

As always, there will be delicious refreshments, and a chance to chat to your fellow artists and art lovers… 

PAA website:

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Eclectic Expressions January events

Join us to celebrate MLK Day

Monday, January 17 we’ll be open from 3 – 9 pm to help celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. as Roots and Dreams continues through February 6.

African American artists Ken Carter, John Johnson, Carol Simmons and Terrell Whitehead are joined by Nigerian artist Okezie Nwosu and Panamanian artist Natascha Rijfkogel.  Okezie & Natascha both moved to our neighborhood early 2009.  Original illustrations by Scott Dykema from the book Keep Dreaming are a natural part of the exhibit (see next article.)  Junanne Peck and Kate Wickham round out the exhibit.  

Eclectic Expressions Gallery website

The collage shown is by Ken Carter, entitled “MLK Study 2.”

Keep Dreaming

book signing party

Come meet author Jake Brittain and illustrator Scott Dykema Friday, January 28.  The autographed book will make a great valentine’s present for your children or grandchildren.

Keep Dreaming reminds us how vital everyday dreams have been to enha nce our lives.  No dream is too small or too big.  Original paintings that illustrate the book are part of the “Roots & Dreams” exhibit that continues at Eclectic Expressions through February 6. 

This is supposedly a children’s book, but if you’re like me you’ll insist on keeping your own copy.  Included with the book, there’s a CD withn the story sung in 3 different music styles: Reggae, funky and lullaby.

For each book sold, one is donated to local charities.

Gallery Hours for 2011

Closed Monday & Tuesday

Wed. through Sun. open noon until 5:30 pm

If you are interested in art classes, visit our classroom and meet teen & adult teacher Barbara McFarland.  Scott Dykema teaches children’s classes and can visit with you about his classes.

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Alchemy Inventory Reduction Sale Jan. 16  Click here for map to 617 Lochngreen, Arlington, TX  76012

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Winners of the TAG Members Show

Member’s Juried Show
TAG members made quite a showing Christmas week in spite of
the busy time of year. They delivered 85 entries to fill the gallery.
We tried a new approach and accepted entries in subject
categories rather than by media. Categories were Figures and
Portraits, Still-life, Non- Objective, Landscapes, and 3D, and
Sculpture. It was interesting to have watercolors and mixed media
competing with oils or pen and ink.
The show was ably judged by Judy Sager. Judy is a long time
educator and teacher in all media, as well as an exhibiting artist.
As it turned out there were winners in each of the various media.
Awards were all cash for this show. Best of Show received $200.
1st Place $100, 2nd $75, and 3rd 50.
Many thanks to all our members who entered. You have shared
your talents and your techniques. You have represented our
Guild beautifully and you have inspired us all. Happy Painting!
Bonnie Dunn

Trinity Arts Guild Member’s Juried Show:
TAG members made quite a showing Christmas week in spite ofthe busy time of year. They delivered 85 entries to fill the gallery.We tried a new approach and accepted entries in subjectcategories rather than by media. Categories were Figures andPortraits, Still-life, Non- Objective, Landscapes, and 3D, and Sculpture. It was interesting to have watercolors and mixed mediacompeting with oils or pen and ink. The show was ably judged by Judy Sager. Judy is a long timeeducator and teacher in all media, as well as an exhibiting artist.As it turned out there were winners in each of the various media. Awards were all cash for this show. Best of Show received $200; 1st Place $100, 2nd $75, and 3rd $50. Many thanks to all our members who entered. You have sharedyour talents and your techniques. You have represented ourGuild beautifully and you have inspired us all. Happy Painting! –Bonnie Dunn (from the Jan. 2011 TAG Newsletter).

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State of the Arts Conference Jan. 31-Feb.1 & Arts Advocacy Day Feb. 2




State of the Arts Conference


Will be held in Austin January 31 – February 1, 2011. The agenda includes sessions on social media, fundraising, rural development, online resources and more, plus there will be networking opportunities and showcase performances. Click here to see the conference agenda . The cost is $65 for this two-day, action packed event, to register click here  .

Conference Accommodations: Discounted room rates ($104single/ $134 double) are available through the Omni Hotel in downtown Austin  until January 17, 2011, so make your reservations today: 1-888-444-6664 or online ,  use group code: Texas Commission on the Arts

 Arts Advocacy Day at the Capitol


 Join Texans for the Arts, Arts Advocacy Day at the Capitol February 2nd, immediately following the conference.

Faced with a budget deficit estimated to be between $15 and $25 billion dollars, the Texas State Legislature has its work cut out for them this session. With only 140 days to balance the budget and pass legislation, we anticipate many late nights at the Capitol. Arts Advocacy Day is a way to bring attention to the arts in Texas, to register for Arts Advocacy Day or stay abreast of legislation affecting the arts visit the Texans for the Arts website

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OPENING January 15 – Imprints: Three Generations of 500X curated by Leslie Murrell, Scott Hilton, and Bernardo Cantu

500X Gallery Presents:

Imprints: Three Generations of 500X curated by Leslie Murrell
Scott Hilton: Excellent Specimens (in Nines)

Upstairs Gallery
Bernardo Cantu: Inter-dimensional Relics from the Barrio 2

Downstairs Project Room
From out of the clouds came forth Bunny God
by Jessica Nelson and Shelby Cunningham

Upstairs Project Room
Zack McDowell

January 15-30, 2011
Opening Reception: January 15, 7-10pm 

500X Gallery
500 Expositon Ave.
Dallas, Texas 75226214.828.1111 |
HOURS: Saturday & Sunday Noon-5pm, and Weekdays by appointment

Imprints: Three Generations of 500X curated by Leslie Murrell
Imprints: Three Generations of 500X joins the work of three former members of 500X Gallery whose shared interests in line and composition manifest in distinct and intriguing ways. Tom Orr incorporates and abstracts his fingerprint in a large-scale silkscreen; Vance Wingate’s drawings investigate the intersection of mathematical ratios and human intuition; and Natalie Macellaio poetically addresses the cracks found on the gallery floor below. 

Tom Orr was part of 500X, the oldest artist-run space in Texas, at its inception in 1978. He helped construct the very walls of the gallery, and his work here features Fatboy (1978), a readymade included in the first exhibition in this space. A comparison with the recent silkscreen Fingerprint Series #3 (2006), featuring the repeating forms of his fingerprint, reveals a continuous and consistent exploration of themes spanning thirty years. 

Vance Wingate manipulates a self-imposed set of rules to investigate the tension between rigid systems and intuitive intervention. His drawings investigate the potential permutations to be found in connecting dots located along the golden section of the paper. Each series adheres to a slightly different set of systems and processes, some additive and some subtractive, producing nuanced variations.

Natalie Macellaio represents the most recent class of 500X artists. In Imprints, she represents the cracks of the gallery floor in silver on the wall above them. She brings out the formal beauty of these mundane imperfections by mirroring them in precious materials. The transformation of this space’s particular scars also brings a heightened sense of focus to the immediate surroundings.

This exhibition is curated by current 500X member Leslie Murrell, an art historian, educator and curator. 

Scott Hilton: Excellent Specimens (in Nines)
The tintype is a photograph of unimpeachable physicality. Its process is tangibly demanding, unforgiving, and reverential. It cannot be rushed or it rebels, as the silver salts that form the tintype are “alive,” like all Alchemical metals. Excellent Specimens is a speculation on the tintype’s chemical and optical carnality.

Bernardo Cantu: Inter-dimensional Relics from the Barrio 2
Bernardo’s abstract sculptural paintings act as relics from a twisted sci-fi meets the barrio, alternate reality or imagined space. Bernardo is a third generation Mexican American who was born seven miles from the Tex-Mex border in Weslaco, TX. His body of work delivers a socially significant message as it explores questions of cultural identity, tears through barriers, stretches limits and creates vast new possibilities. Bernardo’s work Is a product of a larger decolonizing enterprise, that functions from a mentality of what Walter Mignolo calls border gnosis; knowledge developed at the borderland, that takes form at the margins of the modern Western world.

Bernardo Cantu a recent MFA-Drawing and Painting graduate from UNT, is featured in edition #90 of New American Paintings, and an artist in the 2011 Texas Biennial. He will also be included in an as of yet unannounced up and coming artists group exhibition curated by Cris Worley. Come see this artist showcase a recent body of work that may not be shown again in its entirety in Dallas. 

From out of the clouds came forth Bunny God 
by Jessica Nelson and Shelby Cunningham

From out of the clouds came forth Bunny God to take his revenge on DJ Huffs-a-lot and his spray paint gang. Can he repopulate the earth with his carrot-shank wielding minions? Or will the street gang prevail?

Zack McDowell
Zack is a young artist of photography and film. Missionary work in Belize, Honduras, and Brazil allows him to share an experience that is beyond a few words.

February 12-27: EXPO 2011
Opening: February 12, 7-10pm

March 5-27: Shelby Cunningham and Thomas Feulmer
Opening: March 5, 7-10pm

April 2-24: Rebecca Carter and Mark Collop
Opening: April 2, 7-10pm

April 30-May 22: Matt D. Clark, Clayton Hurt, and Joel Kiser
Opening: April 30, 7-10pm

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creating live:
Samax Amen (ghettomanga)
James O’Barr (the Crow)
Robert James Luedke (Eye Witness)
David Rodriguez (badazz painter)
Jerod Alexander (street artist)
Isaac Davies (street artist)
Joe Skilz (graff artist)
Michael Lagocki (ghostwerks comics)
Khalid Robertson (Champion of Children)
Trayce Cochran (graff artist)
more artists TBA

Local Dallas DJs will spin all night long including Hollogram Dagger and Dean Dillenger

One night only
Saturday, January 22nd 
at Arnetic

2826 Elm Street
Dallas, TX

Entry is only $3  
but bring cash to bid on original art! 

Rare comic collectibles available 
on a buy-it-now table

Want more info? Check our facebook event page here:

The Nation-wide event is organized by COMICPALOOZA
an amazing comic event based out of Houston.


The Calendar

Wednesday – January 5th
ArtLoveMagic – 2011 Meeting One
Year 5 begins and we need your heart, hands, and voice. Join us for the first monthly meeting of 2011 and help us figure out many adventures. Special focus on Underground.
     7-9pm      2630 Commerce, Dallas TX

Friday – January 7th
Art & Coffee : Songwriter Showcase
A special night dedicated to the love of songwriting here in North Texas. If you love great local music, this night is for you. Plus live art and interactive art for kids. Free to attend.
     7:30-10:30 pm     at IT’S A GRIND    2901 Indiana Blvd. Dallas, Tx.

Saturday – January 22nd
A multi-city live art experience focused on the art of comic books. DJs spin while artists paint and draw their favorite superheroes and villains. This charity event benefits HERO- and organization that protects the creators who created the characters we all love.
    9pm-1am      at ARNETIC   2826 Elm Street, Dallas TX

Friday – Febraury 4th
Art & Coffee Open Mic
The open mic returns to A & C. Bring your guitars, your songs, your sketchbooks and your poems and participate with us. Free.
     7:30-10:30 pm     at IT’S A GRIND    2901 Indiana Blvd. Dallas, Tx.
and mark your calendar for one of the 
biggest, baddest experiences we’ve ever thrown

Saturday February 12th
Simply one of the most incredible live events you’ll ever experience. New talent, street art, interactive displays, incredible music. Not to be missed! Tickets on early purchase sale now through January 7th at
    8pm – midnight    South Side on Lamar 1409 S. Lamar

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Visual Arts Society of Texas 2011 Gala Jan. 21

January 21, 5:30 – 8:30 pm 
Center for the Visual Arts, Denton

Exhibition Opening – Gough Gallery 
David Keens: A Look Back 
5:30 Reception & Exhibition Opening 
6:15 Dinner – provided by Extreme Cuisine Catering 
7:00 Artist Discussion & Presentation 

Honoring: David Keens 
David Keens has taught at UTA since 1974 and is responsible for building the art glass program. He has received a National Endowment for the Arts Craftsman Fellowship as well as other 
research grants and awards, including the University-wide 
Outstanding Creative Activity/Research Award, and has been 
inducted to the Academy of Distinguished Scholars. In 2007 The 
Texas Commission on the Arts and the Texas State Legislature 
named Keens the official Texas State Artist. His work has been 
exhibited in major museums and galleries throughout the United 
States, including the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institute; 
Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.; the Minnesota, 
Phoenix, and Dallas Museums of Art; the Contemporary Crafts 
Museum in New York City, and many others. He has exhibited 
throughout Europe; in Great Britain, Belgium, Holland, Finland, 
and Norway; and in Japan, Mexico, and the Philippines. His work 
is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of Modern 
Art in Kyoto, Japan; Cam Ocagi in Istanbul, Turkey; and other 
public and private collections throughout the United States, 
including the White House in Washington D.C.

$35 for VAST members and $50 for non-members 
$750 Patron Tables, $500 Sponsor Tables 
Other underwriting opportunities at various financial levels 

Lynne Cox 
972.827.8647 (VAST ORG) 
Reservations are first-come, first-served, so act quickly!

Exhibition Dates: 
January 22 – February 27, 2011

You can view a color flyer on our website:
as well as the invitation:

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Dallas Art Openings : January 10 – 15

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)

A Good Week, Folks!   Enjoy, Enjoy, Enjoy!

“PEOPLE: a Photography Exhibition by Andrew Kyle” at the Janette Kennedy Gallery – January 10 : 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM–a-Photography-Exhibition-by-Andrew-Kyle.aspx

Southside on Lamar, 1409 South Lamar, Dallas, Tx 75215

“Art by Deanna Wilson” at the Remedy-Spa Dallas – January 12 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

1810 North Prairie, Dallas, Tx 75204

“Spanish Art Ole'” by Cecie Borschow, Patti Bowler, Pauline Caffrey, Judy Campbell, Lucille Carter, Radha Chatterjee, Sara Joseph, Jane Kahler, Debbie Landa, Shubhangi Mantri, Roye Jan Myers, Herb Reed, Linda Rowe, Teta Smith, and Dovie Wu at the Artists Showplace – January 14 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

15615 Coit Road, #230, Dallas, Tx 75248

“FAVORITES AND PREVIEWS, PART I” by Sussan Afrasiabian, Anthony Bolton, Dorothy Clarke, Pierre Durand, Amalia Zelaya El-Masri, Gisa Elwazir,  Bob Johnson, Jane Kleve,  Mark Lesser, Karen Piloto, Alan Robertson, Jerry E. Smith and Jon Walz at the Haley-Henman Gallery – January 14 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

2335 Hardwick Street, Dallas, Tx 75208


“Constructivist: MADI Artists from East-Central Europe” by János Fajó, SAXON, Viacheslav Koleichuk, and Anna Koleichuk at the Museum of Geometric and Madi Art – January 14 : 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

3109 Carlisle Street, Dallas, Tx 75204

“Imprints: Three Generations of 500X” by Tom Orr, Vance Wingate, and Natalie Macellaio at the 500X Gallery – January 15 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

500 Expositon Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75226

“Winter Show – Part 2″ by Sibylle Bauer, Cabe Booth, Chris Bramel, Michael Christopher, Linda Guy, Nicholas Mayeux, Steve Prachyl, Ryder Richards, Sue Anne Rische, and Alison White Starr at the Aloft Hotel – January 15 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

1033 Young Street, Dallas, Tx

“We Have A Dream, A Tribute To Dr. King” by Frank Frazier, Earl Wendell Gorden, and Randy Leger at Angel Nichole’s Art Gallery – January 15 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

1227 West Davis, Dallas, Tx 75208

“Love and Hares” by Tom Sale and Judy Vetter at Bows and Arrows – January 15 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

1927 Greenville Ave, Dallas, Tx

“Playing With Paint” by Gregory Horndeski at the Norwood Flynn Gallery – January 15 : 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

3318 Shorecrest Drive, Dallas, Tx 75235

“Genograffic” by Hatziel Flores, Jeru Gabriel, and Ray Albarez at the Ross Akard Gallery – January 15 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

1717 N. Akard, Dallas, Tx 75201

“Painting the Texas Landscape” by L. O. Griffith, and “Elemental = Color / Line / Texture” at the Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden – January 15 : 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

6616 Spring Valley Road, Dallas, Tx 75254

“Glitch” by Jon Cates, Paul B. Davis, Kyle Kondas, LoVid, Shane Mecklenburger, Tom Moody, Vjanomolee, and Jenny Vogel at the CentralTrak – January 15 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

800 Exposition Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75226

“Hungry: will art for food” by Nicolas Gonzales, Jonathan Gruchawka, Orlando Sanchez, Francisco Alvarado, Nelson Nance, Cameron Choate, Luis Torres, Taylor Bryant, Nicole Dane, Rani Rautela, Solange Mariel and Marcelo Pope at the Xue Contemporary Gallery – January 15 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

2204 Irving Boulevard, Dallas, Tx 75207

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