Category Archive: Exhibits & Events

Artcycletx Exchange 3 Oct. 3

ArtCycleTx Exchange 3
Clean-out, clean-up and bring unused (or gently used) art-related items to this community event, Sunday, October 3, 2010, 10a-4pm. 235 Murray Street, Dallas, TX 75226. Be inspired by the possibilities. Be prepared to Trade, Barter, Sell or Gift. Mingle with artists, art educators and art lovers. Share ideas on what to make with various found objects like… old books, pipes, stickers, cardboard, ribbon, styro-foam, paint, fabric, inks, buttons, beads, yarns, tile, wax, cups, clay, wire, widgets, gadgets, surplus overruns, and more…Lots of FREE stuff… You may also donate items for the Free bins (ask about free local pick-up). Limited vendor spaces available $15. Please email: or call 214-839-7689 to get more information. Visit…*RE-THINK*RE-PURPOSE*RE-DESIGN*RECYCLE*. This event is free and open to the public.

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TVAA’s Citation 2010 opens Oct. 2 in Plano

Citation 2010 has arrived! Texas Visual Arts Association Citation 2010 opens October 2nd  2010 at PFAMILY ARTS in Plano, TX. The exhibit, judged by nationally acclaimed artist Billy Hassell, features 62 new and unique paintings, photographs and sculptures by 37 TVAA artists.  The exhibit runs through October 30th. The awards reception will be held Saturday October 23rd from 5-7pm at PFAMILY ARTS4017 Preston Rd. #544 LakeSide Market, Plano TX 75093.


Artists: Betsy Bass, Julianne Biehl, Penelope Bisbee, Lori Bongiovanni, Martha Box, Eunice Bridges, Judy Buckner, John M. Carpenter, Carl Chick, Linda Clary, Artyce Colen, Michael D. Courtney, Lori Cusick, Gisa Elwazir, Robin Gary, Duke Horn, Shari Hornish, Clyde Igarashi, Bea Irons, Jackie MacLelland, Barbara Q. McNutt, Hamutal Michaeli, Bob Nunn, Junko Otsu, Jan Partin, Debra Sue Payne, Gaby Pruitt, Esther Ritz, Peg Rosenlund, Cathy Rutter, Jerry E. Smith, Bart J. Soutendijk, Ron Stephens, Cynthia Stone, Jeanne Sturdevant, John Volker, Talley Williams


Citation 2010 has been generously sponsored by: The Art Centre of Plano, PFAMILY ARTS, the Elwazir Family Fund, the Rosenlund Memorial Fund , the Bob Brown Memorial Fund, the Rowen Elkin Memorial Fund, the Mary Ratliff Memorial Fund, Asel Art Supply, BeasleyFine Art Photography, Décor Frames & Art , Fast Frames, Dick Blick, and Chart-Pak.

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FBCAA Show reception Oct. 1

A show by members of the Farmers Branch-Carrollton Art Association is on exhibit at the Chase Bank located at Josey Lane and Valley View Lane in Farmers Branch from Sept 24 thru Oct 8. The public is cordially invited to attend a “Meet the Artist” Reception from 2-4pm on Friday Oct 1. For more info, contact c9ountrypa​6@verizon.n​et.

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Make’s Urban Street Bazaar Oct. 2 & 3

The final Urban Street Bazaar will be held on Oct. 2 & 3. Over 80 vendors will be selling handmade & vintage items in the Bishop Arts District. Noon – 8pm on Sat., Oct. 2 and Noon – 4 pm on Sun., Oct. 2

Makers, Etsy Lovers and Handmade Addicts grab your friends, clear your schedules and bring your piggy banks!!  This is an event not to be missed by all those that love a street faire with an edge, showcasing a huge range of handmade products, fabric, art, furniture and more!  Knowing where your product is made and buying local is one of the biggest trends in 2010 and we have curated an amazing show for the 11th Urban Street Bazaar, including vendors from all over Texas!


This event is held outdoors in the streets of the Bishop Arts District, among the independent shops and restaurants that have made this area Dallas’ favorite Indie Neighborhood!


With over 80 vendors in Handmade, the street will be lined with tents and vendors hawking their wares, from handbags to furniture, jewelry to tshirts, gifts, home decor, kidswear, and so much more!  There will be a little something for everyone!


Great attraction during the Texas / OU game for out of towners and those looking do something LOCAL!  The restaurants and pubs will have your game on live!

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Stewpot Art Gallery Show and Sell Sept. 25

Our studio and 2nd floor gallery will be open from 3pm to 8pm Saturday September 25th to show an incredible amount of Stewpot Art! We are having a very large sale, as well. 

Thank you all, Cynthia Brannum, Stewpot Art Program Director 408 Park Ave. and Young Street, Downtown Dallas

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Bead Fest Oct. 1- 3 in Arlington

Register for a Bead Fest Texas workshop and get in FREE all weekend!

Arlington Convention Center
1200 Ballpark Way
Arlington, TX 76011
Tarrant County

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ARTsPARK at NorthPark Center Oct. 2

October 2, 2010 

Join arts and cultural organizations from across North Texas for a free one-day event.  Learn a new creative skill, hone a talent, join a like-minded group, volunteer and explore what makes North Texas a great place to live and visit.  Information booths will be located throughout the entire shopping center, and there will be four stages with live music, storytelling, demonstrations, and other entertainment from 10am to 6pm.  A calendar of performances will be posted at a later date.

To date, the following groups have reserved space for this event:  500, Inc., African-American Museum, Allegro Guitar Society, Art Conspiracy, ArtCentre of Plano, Arts District Chorale, Asian Film Festival of Dallas, AT&T Performing Arts Center, Business Council for the Arts, Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas, Contemporary Theatre of Dallas, Craft Guild of Dallas, Creative Arts Center of Dallas, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Dallas Architecture Forum, Dallas Area Fiber Artists, Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA), Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Dallas Children’s Theater, Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Opera, Dallas Storytelling Guild, Dallas Summer Musicals, Downtown Dallas, The Encaustic Center, Fresh Fiction, Friends of Fair Park, Garland Civic Theatre, Goss-Michael Foundation, Heard-Craig Center for the Arts, International Museum of Cultures, Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth, KERA, La Reunion TX, Lone Star Wind Orchestra, Modern Art Mueum of Fort Worth, Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, Museum of the American Railroad, Nasher Sculpture Center, Plano Symphony Orchestra, Preservation Dallas, S.T.A.G.E., Shakespeare Dallas, TACA, TeCo Theatrical Productions, Inc., Texas Ballet Theater, Texas Discovery Gardens, Texas Visual Arts Association, Trinity Trust, Tyler Museum of Art, Van Cliburn Foundation, WaterTower Theatre, The Women’s Chorus of Dallas, Women’s Museum, and The Writer’s Garret. 

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ArtQuest auction fundraiser Nov. 13 & call for entries

November 13, 2010

 ArtQuest is a fun event that includes an auction, dinner, music, dancing and a casino.  The auction features private tours of studios and galleries, paintings, sculptures, autographed books, antiques, student art, jewelry, and many object d’art for the home.  All proceeds from ArtQuest benefit The Jesuit Dallas Museum.

It’s another great way to help us support the Jesuit Dallas Museum. Please visit the web site to buy your tickets soon or contact Lynn Adamic at or 972.387.8700, ext. 383 for more information. Or learn more or buy your tickets now at

Artist Opportunity: Celebrating its 10th year, the format for the 2010 competition will be an open call for all eligible entries, rather than by invitation only.  The ArtQuest Juried Exhibition, October 18th – 22nd, is the cornerstone and kick-off event for the Jesuit Dallas Museum annual gala auction.  Accepted entries from local artists compete across all media categories during a 5-day exhibition in the Terry Center on the campus of Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas. Entry deadline is October 8th.  Best of Show winning artwork will be accepted into the Jesuit Dallas Museum permanent collection.  All other artwork will be donated to the ArtQuest auction, to be sold to the highest bidder.  All proceeds will be donated to the Jesuit Dallas Museum. For an application and to learn more click here.

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Dallas Art Openings : Sept. 22 – 26

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)

“5 Women Redux” by Donna Ball, Kim Black, Kerri Kraatz-Blackburn, Fannie Brito, and Marsha Moser at the North Lake College - September 22 : 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
5001 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, Tx 75038

“The Misadventures of Flaco” by Tramaine Townsend at the Magnolia Gallery - September 23 : 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
3699 McKinney Ave, Dallas, Tx 75204

“Color System, Color Theory” by Brian Bulfer, James Van Arsdale, Cassandra Emswiler and Karey Ellen Kessler at the Visual Arts Building on The University of Texas at Dallas - September 24 : 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
800 West Campbell Road, Richardson, Tx 75083

“Edith Baker Art Scholarship Juried Exhibition” in the Focus Gallery at the Irving Art Center - September 24 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
3333 North MacArthur Blvd, Irving, Tx 75062

“ishow” by Frederick Broden, Justin Clemons, Brian Green, Robert Hannant, Ryan Hartsell, Matt Hawthorne, David Leeson, Scott Slusher, Allison V Smith, and Bart Weiss at the Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery - September 24 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
1202 Dragon Street, Suite 103, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Charles Levier: I Am” by Charles Levier at the Banks Fine Art - September 25 : 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1313 Slocum Street, Suite 103, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Ed Bearden” at the David Dike Fine Art - September 25 : 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM
2613 Fairmount, Dallas, Tx 75201 

“Inaugural Exhibition” at the Gremillion & Co. Fine Art - September 25 : 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
2251 Vantage Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“It is what it is” by Sunny Jacquet, and “Schwarz auf Weiss-Illustrations” by Sallie McIlheran at the Norwood Flynn Gallery - September 25 : 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
3318 Shorecrest, Dallas, Tx 75235


DADA Galleries – DADA Spring Gallery Walk
DADA Spring Gallery Walk – September 25 : 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM

The Afterimage Photograph Gallery – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
The Quadrangle #141, 2800 Routh Street, Dallas, TX 75201

American Fine Art – September 25  : 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
1611 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

Artizen Fine Arts Gallery – September 25 : 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
1215 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

Banks Fine Art Gallery – September 25 : 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1231 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

Alan Barnes Fine Art – September 25 : 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
1019 Slocum Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

Bath House Cultural Center – September 25 : 10:30 AM – 8:00 PM
521 East Lawther Drive, Dallas, Tx 75218

Beaux Arts – September 25 : Noon – 6:00 PM
1505 Hi Line Drive, Dallas, Tx 75207

Richland College – September 25 : Noon – 4:00 PM
12800 Abrams Rd., Dallas, Tx 75243

Brookhaven College Forum Gallery and Studio Gallery – September 25 : 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
3939 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Tx 75244

Cameron Gallery – September 25 : 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
1414 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

Craighead Green Gallery – September 25 : 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
1011 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

Dahlia Woods Gallery – September 25 : 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM
600 Cantegral Street, Dallas, Tx 75204

The Dallas Contemporary – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
2801 Swiss Avenue, Suite 100, Dallas, Tx 75204

David Dike Fine Art – September 25 : 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM
2613 Fairmount, Dallas, Tx 75201

Dunn and Brown Gallery – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
5020 Tracy Street, Dallas, Tx 75205

The Englishman’s Gallery – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
14655 Midway Road, Addison, TX 75001

The 4th Wall Gallery – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
2925 Fairmount Street, Dallas, Tx 75201

Galerie Kornye – September 25 : 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
2530 Fairmont St, Dallas, Tx 75201

Galerie Zuger – September 25 : 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1215 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207  

Gremillion and Co. Fine Art – September 25 : 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
2251 Vantage Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

Irving Arts Center Galleries & Sculpture Garden – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
3333 N. MacArthur Blvd, Irving, Tx 75062

Jacques Lamy Art Gallery – September 25 : 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1607 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

Joel Cooner Gallery – September 25 : Noon – 8:00 PM
1601 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

Latino Cultural Center – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
2600 Live Oak, Dallas, Tx 75204 

The MAC – September 25 : 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
3120 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75204

Museum of Geometric and MADI Art – September 25 : 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
3109 Carlisle St, Dallas, Tx 75204

Meadows Museum – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM  (cost $8.00)
5900 Bishop Blvd, Dallas, Tx 75275

H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery – September 25 : Noon – 8:00 PM
801 Main Street, Dallas, Tx 75202

Norwood Flynn Gallery – September 25 : Noon – 8:00 PM
3318 Shorecrest Drive, Dallas, Texas 75235

Ice House Cultural Center – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
223 West Jefferson, Dallas, Tx 75208

Pollock Gallery -  September 25 : 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Hughes-Trigg Student Center at SMU, Dallas, Tx 75275

Samuel Lynne Galleries – September 25 : 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
1105 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

South Dallas Cultural Center – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
3400 South Fitzhugh Avenue, Dallas, 75210

Sun To Moon Gallery – September 25 : 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
1515 E. Levee Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

Mary Tomas Studio Gallery – September 25 : Noon – 8:00 PM
1080 Bldg. at 1110 Dragon Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

The Gallery at UTA – September 25 : Noon – 6:00 PM
502 S. Cooper Street, Arlington, Tx 76019

Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden – September 25 : 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
6616 Spring Valley Road, Dallas, Tx 75254


1409 South Lamar, Dallas,  Tx

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Mokah Art Gallery presents recent works by Gisela-Heidi Strunck

Mokah Art Gallery presents: Gisela-Heidi Strunck 

September 23 – October 23, 2010

Reception October 9, 6-10pm as part of the 2010 Fall D.E.E. P. ArtWalk

The recent sculptures of Gisela-Heidi Strunck evoke a sense of spiritual passage through merging fully saturated colors and contrasting tactile forms. The structural elements of her work are inspired by architectural and ornamental components observed from her travels to India. Repetition of identical forms and symmetrical configurations connect the work to the many cultures that have influenced her in the past.

Due to brain surgery in 2003, Gisela-Heidi Strunck lost her eyesight as well as sense of smell and taste changing her life and art  substantially. With assistance from her husband, Artist Juergen Strunck, Gisela-Heidi Strunck continues to convey her love of art.

Gisela-Heidi Strunck’s work is on view at the Mokah Art Gallery September 23 through October 23 with a reception on Saturday, October 9th from 6 -10pm. 

Mokah Art Gallery, an extension of Life in Deep Ellum, serves to promote culture and art in Deep Ellum and surrounding communities. At the Cultural Center, Mokah Art Gallery exhibitions feature contemporary art of local artists from the experimental, the emerging, and the established. For further information please contact Courtney Miles at

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2010 Distinguished Texas Artist Award: Martin Delabano

Martin Delabano, artist, art teacher and community member, has been selected by the Fort Worth Community Arts Center to receive its 2010 Distinguished Texas Artist award. The Fort Worth Community Arts Center is mounting an exhibition of Mr. Delabano’s work titled An Artful Life. The exhibition will run from September 11 through October 23 at the Center. An artist reception will be held Saturday, September 11, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. in conjunction with the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association’s Fall Gallery Night.

The pieces included in this mixed-media exhibition feature textural assemblages of hundreds of found objects. “Layered, stacked and packed into the frame, life’s discarded minutiae coalesce into a singular narrative. It’s abstract, yet deliberate; full, but not chaotic. The overall effect is one of abundance, of visual wealth,” says art historian Elizabeth Delaney of Delabano’s artwork.

Delabano’s artistic and humanitarian contributions to the community led to his selection for the Distinguished Texas Artist award. In addition to making art, he teaches art classes to middle school students at St. John’s Episcopal School. For 20 years, he has shared his knowledge of and passion for art with scores of St. John’s students, many of whom have graduated to attend Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Even after graduation, his former students maintain their ties with Mr. D, as he is known around the school, chatting on the alumni Facebook page he moderates and catching up at reunions.

Delabano’s commitment to Carter Blood Care Center has been another constant in his life. Over the years, he has donated more than 21 gallons of blood platelets to Carter. “I have been blessed in this life,” says Delabano, who began donating when two of his friends were affected by cancer, “and I want to do something to give back.”

For Delabano, art serves not only as a means of self-expression, but also as a hook for engaging others; a way for him to give thanks for all he has, and at the same time, joy to others. Says Delabano, “I am an artist – not with the singular vision I had as a young man – but one who is living an artful life; and it’s a rich life, indeed.”

The Fort Worth Community Arts Center is located at 1300 Gendry St. Fort Worth, TX 76107. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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Hispanic Women’s Network of TX Latina Art Show Sept. 25

The Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas is hosting its 6th annual Latina Art Show on September 25th from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. at the Rose Marine Theater in Ft. Worth, TX. Participation in this free silent auction and art show supports scholarship assistance for young Hispanic women. There will be an exciting selection of paintings, pottery, jewelry and more. Enjoy great art, music and food.

The Hispanic Women’s Network of TX is also looking for art donations for this silent auction of any medium. All proceeds go towards scholarships for young Latinas. Contact Judy Perez at

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IAA’s Juried Pet Art Exhibit announces winners

The Second Annual Irving Art Association Texas Unconditional Love Juried Pet Art Exhibition opened August 27 at Jaycee Park Center for the Arts, 2000 W. Airport Frwy. in Irving. This year’s exhibit of some 60 works from artists in the metroplex and statewide area will hang until IAA’s next show, the 9th annual Wildlife Exhibition goes up the end of September and runs through October. This year’s juror, Dave Kramer, assisted with the presentation of awards on Sunday, September 12 at the Jaycee Center for the Arts. He commented on the originality and quality of the works and commended all the artists that entered. Dave lectured on “Taking your Work to the Next Level” after the awards ceremony and had many compliments on his professionalism and ability. This year’s works varied from humor to heart tugs in subject matter. This year all entering artists were asked to donate a painting to an auction for the Irving Animal Care Campus. 

Nine artists donated paintings worth $3500 to this cause and after they hang at the Jaycee Center until September 23 when they will go to the IACC for the Unconditional Love Art Auction on Saturday, October 9, on view from 11am-12pm and auctioned off 1-2 pm. The funds raised by the auction will be used for animal care expenses of the Irving Animal Care Campus. Irving Art Association is planning to make the auction a feature of the Pet Art Exhibition next year along with making it a national competition. The public is invited to view the exhibition at the Jaycee Center during gallery hours until September 23 and beginning September 28 at the Irving Animal Care Campus.

The winners:

Best of Show -Ann Hardy – My Blue Belle – Oil
Presidents/Asel Art Supply Awards – Susan Neumann – Cash – Oil
Irving Animal Care Campus Award – Rose Baggs – Ash Boy – Pastel

st Place – Michael Gillespie – Rosie – Oil
nd Place – C J Latta – Best Foot Forward – Acrylic
rd Place – Rosalinda Trevino Stone – Portrait of DeLovely – Oil
H/M – Leo Malboeuf – Pam and Cutty Relax – Oil

Water Media
st Place – Shelly Burden – Intent Lounging – Watercolor
nd Place – Carol Simmons – Puppy Love – Watercolor
rd Place – Paul Wick – Princess – Watercolor
– Leslie Talty – Teddy – Watercolor

st Place – Nancy Conant – Flower Girl – Pastel
nd Place – Jennifer Hoover – Cruise Bernese Mt Dog – Graphite
rd Place – Beverly Fuqua – You Called? – Color Pencil
– Helen Bailey – You Talkin’ ta Me? – Color Pencil

Photography/Mixed Media
st Place – Rebecca Finley – Dog Crusing – Photograph
nd Place – Mary K Carrol – Summertime – Photograph
rd Place – Gema Herrero Barclay – Copycat I –Drypoint monoprint
– Daniele Jones – Waiting – Color Pencil/Watermedia

Check our website at for more info on classes, events and programs.

Upcoming Events:

September 28th 7-9pm IAA meeting and Demo open to public
Elizabeth Padgett will demo Acrylics


Oil Painting Classes:
Jim Humphrey – Fridays Oct. 1
st, 8th, 15th & 22nd – 9:30-Noon
Judy Gelfert – Monday Evenings Oct. 4
th, 11th, 18th & 25th – 6-9pm

Zentangle Classes – Wednesday Oct. 6th 6:30pm-9pm and Saturday Oct. 16 9:30am-2:30pm
Creative Studio Night – Wednesday Oct. 20
th 6-9pm
FREE Basic Watercolor Classes – Oct. 7
th, 21st & 28th 7-9pm
Ninth Annual Wildlife National Juried Art Competition September27-October 28
th, 2010
Awards Reception October 17
th 2-4pm

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DADA Fall Gallery Walk and 25th Anniversary :: September 25, 2010

Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA)

Celebrates its 25th anniversary

with Party, Scholarship Exhibition,

Fall Gallery Walk, Panel Discussions, and Film Premiere

The Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) celebrates its 25th anniversary year with a Fall Gallery Walk, an Edith Baker Art Scholarship exhibition, panel discussions for artists and the public, and an After Gallery Walk Party the weekend of Sept. 24, 2010. In honor of the 5th anniversary of the Edith Baker Art Scholarship, the film 25 Years of Dallas Visual Art premieres Sunday, Oct. 10, at 2 p.m. in the Horchow Auditorium at the Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 N. Harwood St.

The festivities begin with a reception for the winner of DADA’s Edith Baker Art Scholarship and Artist Career Development Fund on Friday, Sept. 24, 6–8 p.m., at the Irving Arts Center, 3333 N. MacArthur Blvd.  The DADA Scholarship Committee juried the seven finalists chosen by visual art faculty members of the Dallas County Community College District. The winner receives $4,000, a mentorship and an internship with a DADA member of his or her choice. The reception is free.

The annual DADA Fall Gallery Walk will be Saturday, Sept. 25. It begins with panel discussions to educate the public and artists from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E. Lawther. Panel 1: “How to Start an Art Collection” is from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Panelists are Eddy Rawlinson, Rosemary DesPlas, Karol Howard and George Morton. Panel 2: “How to Photograph Your Art” is from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Panelists are Harrison Evans, Ange Fitzgerald, and Kenda North. Tickets ($15 per panel) can be purchased online at or at the door. Proceeds benefit the Edith Baker Art Scholarship.

The Walk (really a car ride) begins at 2 p.m. at any of DADA’s 37 member galleries, museums and nonprofit art spaces. This FREE event goes until 8 p.m. and allows art lovers to socialize and roam (in a car) from gallery to gallery all in one day. Donation jars for the Edith Baker Art Scholarship will be on hand along with refreshments, artists and art professionals.  Maps for the Spring Gallery Walk will be available at each location or at as a downloadable pdf. Hours may vary; please see individual listings. Call 214.914.1099 or e-mail

An After Gallery Walk Party will be held from 8 to 11 p.m. at Dallas Contemporary, 161 Glass St. at Riverfront. In honor of the DADA art movement, the party will be multi-disciplinary, featuring the arts of fashion, visual art, theater, dance, music, cooking and bartending. Paper City, Wendy Krispin Caterer, Inc., Darian Thomas Fashion, and The Dallas Conservatory are sponsors. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased in advance at or at the door.

In honor of the 5th anniversary of the Edith Baker Art Scholarship, the film 25 Years of Dallas Visual Art premieres Sunday, Oct. 10, at 2 p.m. in the Horchow Auditorium at the Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 N. Harwood St. The screening is included with admission to the museum. The film will include interviews with Dallas artists, gallerists, collectors and administrators who look back and forward at the Dallas art scene. This film has been made in partnership with You and Yours Productions.


The Dallas Art Dealers Association is an affiliation of established, independent gallery owners and not-for-profit art organizations in the Dallas metropolitan area. DADA serves as a standard bearer for ethical practices in the art business, an educational resource for the community at large and as the facilitator of Edith Baker Art Scholarship and Artist Career Development Fund that provides funding for visual art students. The Dallas Art Dealers Association, organized in 1985 by June Mattingly of Mattingly Baker Gallery, is a 501(c)(6) organization.

Like the Art Dealers Association of America, membership in DADA is by invitation of the board of directors. In order to qualify for membership, a dealer or non-profit space must have an established reputation for honesty, integrity and professionalism among their peers, and must make a substantial contribution to the cultural life of the community by offering works of high aesthetic quality and presenting worthwhile exhibitions. DADA is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of ethical practice within the profession and to increase public awareness of the role and responsibilities of reputable art dealers and non-profit visual art spaces.


In celebration of its 20th anniversary in 2005, the Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) created the Edith Baker Art Scholarship and Artist Career Development Fund honoring the respected owner and director of The Edith Baker Gallery in Dallas. One of DADA’s founding members, Edith owned and directed The Edith Baker Gallery for nearly 30 years before retiring in 2004. The Edith Baker Art Scholarship benefits a student pursuing study of the visual arts through a cash award and career development activities such as a gallery show, a mentorship and an internship. Proceeds from individual donations, annual DADA events and collection jars at each DADA member location support the Edith Baker Art Scholarship, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Visit or e-mail for more information.

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Private Collections II opens Sept. 17 at UTA



curated by Benito Huerta. 



Friday, September 17, 2010 

6:00 – 8:30 PM 

The Gallery at The University of Texas at Arlington  


For Private Collections II, Benito Huerta visited four different collections within the DFW Metroplex and selected twenty museum-quality works to showcase. Providing a rare opportunity to see examples of artworks that experienced collectors have chosen to display in their own homes, this exhibit also seeks to illuminate the aesthetic decision-making process and the concept of private vs. public display spaces and the potential for interaction between the two.


The exhibit and all events are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and noon until 5 p.m. Saturday. The gallery is located in room 169 at the north end of the Fine Arts Building, 502 S. Cooper St. For more information, contact Benito Huerta or Patricia Healy (817) 272-5658 or visit 

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3rd Annual All About Uptown Festival: A Celebration of Art and Living

Located on Fairmount Street in the heart of Uptown Dallas

Saturday, September 25th, 11:00am to 10:00pm – Reflecting Uptown’s unique charisma and charm, the All About Uptown Festival is the signature event and the biggest weekend of the year for Uptown Dallas Texas. This 3rd annual free-to-attend, outdoor street party highlights the many restaurants, shops, entertainment and living options found in this charming community. The Festival features continuous live music, trolley rides, historic home and cemetery tours, artist booths, cooking demos, delicious food and drinks and fun for the whole family.

Check out more information about the All About Uptown Festival online! Official Website

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Dallas Architecture Forum 2010-11 Season


The Dallas Architecture Forum is pleased to announce its 2010-2011 Lecture Season.   This season Forum members will hear from some of the best architects practicing both here in the States and internationally.  Members will also learn from talks by a Pulitzer prize winning architecture critic, a leading architectural photographer, and the landscape architect of the acclaimed High Line Park in New York City.

All Lectures will be at 7 pm, and will be held at the Magnolia Theatre, West Village, except the 3 November 2010 Lecture which will be at the Horchow Auditorium, DMA.

Individuals with current Dallas Architecture Forum memberships can attend all Forum lectures for no additional charge as a benefit of membership.   If you are not a Forum member, now is an ideal time to join the Forum in order to attend all of our season’s lectures.  If you are a Forum member and your membership is due for renewal, you can renew online .

Alberto KALACH
Architect, Mexico City
7 October 2010
A leader of the new and gifted generation of Mexican architects fully engaged in the global issues of the 21st century. Educated in Mexico and at Cornell, Kalach and his collaborators have won important international competitions, including the highly original Vasconcelos Library recently completed. Clearly devoted to the public realm, Kalach’s work is extensively published, including a monograph in Rockport’s Contemporary World Architects series. He is a visiting critic at UT-Arlington.

Architect, Los Angeles
13 October 2010
From museums to homeless housing, Michael Maltzan has created an exceptional practice in ten years. A graduate of RISD, Harvard, and the Gehry office, Maltzan designed MoMA’s temporary home in Queens and has invested his many commissions with a logic that leads to authentic originality. Among many national awards, he received the AIA’s Young Architect award and has been published and taught widely.
Dan WOOD and Amale ANDRAOS
Architects, New York City
3 November 2010
 Work Architecture Company (Work AC), begun by Wood and Andraos in 2003 pursues wide interests at many scales in design, ecology, and urbanism. Examples include a master plan for the BAM cultural district in Brooklyn and an installation at PS 1/MoMA. Wood and Andraos received their architecture degrees from Columbia and Harvard respectively, and teach at Princeton.

Architectural Photographer, Little Rock
8 December 2010
Most people see most architecture as still images on a page. Thus the photographer’s eye and skill is a major part of architecture in our culture. Timothy Hursley started while a teenager as assistant to the pioneering Balthazar Korab and grew to the top of his profession with commissions like Andy Warhol’s Factory and the new MoMA, Guggenheim Bilbao.

Architect, Stuttgart, Boston, + Los Angeles
27 January 2011
After over a half-century Germany has regained its role as a leader in modern architecture thanks to firms like Behnisch Architekten. The partnership founded by Günter 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 visiting professor at Yale, Penn, and the University of Virginia

Pulitzer Prize Winning Architecture Critic, Chicago
24 February 2011
Chicago is probably the most architecturally aware city in America, proud to be the incubator and ardent supporter of the modern vision in this country. As Pulitzer Prize-winning critic for the Chicago Tribune, Blair Kamin works within this setting to provide insight on design and the urban condition to a sophisticated public. With a Master of Environmental Design from Yale, he comments from the inside. His new book is Terror and Wonder: Architecture in a Tumultuous Age.,0,5519775.htmlstory
Architect, Duluth
10 March 2011
 In this time of globalized design tending to the generic everywhere, architects like David Salmela must be especially valued. His Finnish ancestry and Minnesota northlands context have nourished a carefully rich architecture of lovingly worked materials and forms. Salmela’s small firm has won 14 Minnesota and 16 national design awards. HIs work is published in many journals, including Dwell, and as a monograph.

Landscape Architect, Philadelphia + New York
14 April 2011
The pressing needs of our time call on landscape architecture to take leading roles in sustainability and recasting our cities. Both a theorist and a practitioner James Corner is at the forefront of the profession. He is landscape architect for two important recent projects: The High Line in Manhattan and Fresh Kills Park on Staten Island. His book (with Alex MacLean) Taking Measures: Across the American Landscape was honored by both the AIA and the ASLA. He chairs the Landscape Architecture Department at Penn.

The Dallas Architecture Forum’s 2010-2011 Panel Season continues the Forum’s exploration of important issues that impact us, both locally and globally. Subject matter experts will moderate thought-provoking discussions among panelists on the topics listed below.  The Panels occur in an informal environment, allowing audience members to also actively participate.   Plan to join us for these informative and important programs.

Allison V. SMITH
“Seeing Space”
5 October 2010
This Panel will explore thoughts on the “use” of space in composition. What is “open” space”?  “Empty space”? When is a composition “complete”? 
Does this mean “full”? Insights regarding “figure” and “ground” will be shared.

“Deconstructing the Design Process”
23 November 2010
Designers discuss openly and honestly the origins, complexities 
and contradictions of their own design process. How does one 
begin that initial sketch on a blank sheet of paper? Where does 
that moment of clarity come from? How much is intuition a factor?
How is this process refined and tested?

Katherine SEALE
Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation”
14 December 2010
Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation are natural allies, 
utilizing existing building stock and retaining cultural identity and 
heritage for a number of Americans.  But too often these worthy 
goals do not work in productive harmony.  The panel will consider 
the interests of historic preservation and affordability from an environmental, social, and economic perspective.

“The Design of Sustainability – Science and Sensibility”
8 February 2011
While the practice of sustainability goes way back, it is a current topic 
these days. 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.

“The Trinity River Project: An Update”
22 March 2011
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.

“Location, Location, Location”
5 April 2011
The panel will discuss how a site inspires design and how an architect re-imagines that site.

All Panels will be at 6:30 pm, and will be held at the Dallas Center for Architecture, 1909 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Suite 100, Dallas, TX 75201.

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Day in Fort Worth Cultural District Sept. 25

September 25, 10AM – 5PM: Day in the District
Explore Fort Worth’s Museums, on the house – 8 destinations. 1 day. Free Admission. On Saturday, September 25, eight cultural destinations will offer free admission and many of Fort Worth’s cultural organizations will offer free performances in and around each destination. We welcome you to enjoy the rich cultural experiences that Fort Worth has to offer during the fourth annual Day in the District, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free transportation within the Cultural District will be provided by The Fort Worth Transportation Authority. For more information visit the website.

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DeSoto Art League Sept. exhibits & meeting

DeSoto Art League announces an exhibit of photography and pottery in the Atrium Gallery at the DeSoto City Hall.  The exhibit opened on September 1 and will be on display through September 30.


There will be a reception for artists Cayetano Olivarez and Mickey Bruce at 5:45 PM on September 16th in the Atrium Gallery in the DeSoto City Hall.  The reception will be followed by a free outdoor concert at 7:00 PM.  The concert is in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month and is  presented by the City of DeSoto. 


The photography exhibit is by photographer Cayetano Olivarez of Desoto, Texas.  This exhibit of butterflies and dragon flies by Mr. Olivarez is also presented in conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month which is recognized from September 15 through October 15.


 The pottery by Artist Mickey Bruce of Forney Texas is a great display of  ‘clay art’.  Mr. Bruce’s work covers a range of different styles, techniques and glazes.


The City Hall is open weekdays from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and until 8:00 PM on Thursdays.


The DeSoto Art League will kick off it’s 2010-2011 year with the September meeting on September 30th.  The meeting will be at 7:00PM at the Presbyterian Church located at 212 W. Pleasant Run Rd in DeSoto.


The program will be presented by James Spurlock, a multitalented artist from Granbury, Texas.



Make plans now to visit the art exhibits in the DeSoto City Hall during October.  Naomi Brotherton will be displaying her artwork and Mary Wester will have the ceramics exhibit. 

Namoi has taught art in and round the Dallas area for many years.  Most of the local artists have taken art classes from Naomi at one time or another.


Mary Wester is a ‘potter’ deluxe and her creations will amaze you.  Make Your Plans Now.


Join our mailing list. Check out the Desoto Art League at our website: 

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Cottonwood Festival Oct. 2-3 in Richardson features 240+ artists

Richardson’s Cottonwood Art Festival Oct. 2-3 to show works of 240+ artists in fun-filled outdoor setting

“There’s an Art to having Fun”!!

The bi-annual Cottonwood Art Festival, featuring works from the nation’s top visual artists. Now in its 42nd year, the prestigious show is rated the fifth best art festival in the United States, and is the premier fine arts event in North Texas.

9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, October 2-3  Full details at This is a rain or shine event.

Cottonwood Park is located at 1321 W. Beltline Road, one block east of Coit Road, Richardson, TX. Directions can be found at

Parking and admission to the Cottonwood Art Festival is free of charge. Some children’s events require a fee. The artist’s works and food are available for purchase.

Cottonwood Art Festival is a juried show. This year approximately 800 artists submitted their work for consideration. Jurors selected over 240 artists to exhibit their museum-quality work at the festival. The artists competed in 14 categories: 2D Mixed Media, 3D Mixed Media, Ceramics, Digital, Drawings/Pastels, Fiber, Glass, Jewelry, Leather, Metalwork, Painting, Photography, Sculpture and Wood. All works are museum-quality.


·      Cottonwood Art Festival is a juried show.

·      Each of the artists is there in person to discuss their work, or to talk for a while on a fall afternoon. Meeting the artists and learning about their work are two important things that make Cottonwood Art Festival a truly special event.

·      Cottonwood’s beautiful courtyard/café area borders Cottonwood Lake, the perfect stop to enjoy food, spirits and live music.

·      The lakeside stage will host a variety of local and regional bands.

·      For pint-size Picassos, ArtStop is the festival’s hands-on, interactive children’s area with over 100 volunteers, life size paint brushes and activities no child can resist.

Cottonwood Art Festival’s 2010 featured artist is Rick Loudermilk of Austin, Texas.  Award-winning Loudermilk is an exceptional printmaking artist who incorporates an unusually broad range of etching processes and plate-making techniques including collagraph, drypoint, intaglio, monotypes, multiple-plate printing, and relief rolls for one-of-a-kind pieces.

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September Exhibits for the Visual Art League of Lewisville

The Visual Art League of Lewisville hosts the first photography exhibit, “Through the Viewfinder”.


This show has been curated by Colleen G. Drew and assisted by Arthur Graye.  The participants are:


  • Tina Church
  • Colleen G. Drew
  • Dan Flake
  • Arthur Graye
  • Marty Greene
  • Mary Infante
  • Marci Kawalek
  • Dennis Mitchel
  • Janice Mitchel
  • Catharine Powers


“Through the Viewfinder” will run until September 25th at the Visual Art of Lewisville Gallery, 701 S. Stemmons Fwy. #115 in the Lewisville West Shopping Center, west side of 1-35 between Main Street and Fox Avenue.


Regular gallery hours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 2-6.  The  show is open to the public and there is no charge.


Visual Art League of Lewisville artist R’Lene Winters is exhibiting her paintings at the Lewisville State Bank during the month of September.  The Bank’s lobby hours are M-Thurs., 9-4; Fri.,9-6; Sat., 9-1.  The Bank is located at 191 Main Street in Lewisville.


During the month of September, Colleen G. Drew, Wanda Grice and Connie Nicholson will exhibit their works at Tierney’s Café & Tavern which is located at 208 East Main Street in Lewisville.


Visual Art League of Lewisville artist Joyce Tremethick will be exhibiting her paintings at the Lewisville library during the month of September.


Acoustic Fridays is still going on at the Visual Art League of Lewisville gallery starting at 7:00 until……This event is open to the public and there is no charge.


The Visual Art League of Lewisville is located at 701 S. Stemmons Fwy., #115 in the Lewisville West Shopping Center, west side of 1-35 between Main Street and Fox Avenue.  Hours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 2-6.


Go to our website at, or call 972-420-9393 for more information.

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Art_After_5 Breakfast with Arts Sept. 25

Art After 5 Signature Event:  Breakfast with the Arts, New Orleans Style

Join us Saturday Sept. 25th, 2010 ~ 11 am – 1 pm
309 N. Waterview Dr., Richardson, 75080
$25/ person, Please RSVP by Sept. 22nd

Garden of Carl Youngberg & David McNair
309 North Waterview Dr.
Richardson, TX 75080 US 

Cost: $25 per person.  This event will fill up quickly so please get your reservations in early.  RSVP by Sept. 22nd. Your payment is your reservation

Please mail your check to:
Art After 5
504 N. Central Expwy
Richardson, TX  75080

View Invite

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UNT presents art exhibitions, events in Fall 2010

UNT Art Gallery

The UNT Art Gallery, part of the UNT College of Visual Arts and Design, will present the following events. Gallery hours are 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday and noon to 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. For more information, visit or call 940-565-4316.

Different Tempers: Jewelry & Blacksmithing

July 6 (Tuesday) – Sept. 18 (Saturday) 
UNT Art Gallery in UNT Art Building, one block west of Mulberry and Welch streets 
Curated by Suzanne Ramljak and organized by The Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, University of North Carolina

Opening Reception: 4:30-6:30 p.m. Aug. 31 (Tuesday) 
Curator’s Gallery Talk: 1 p.m. Sept. 16 (Thursday)

Different Tempers explores the realms of jewelry and blacksmithing to highlight their distinct properties as well as their commonalities by juxtaposing key works by 14 nationally known metalsmiths. At UNT, this exhibition is made possible in part by grants from Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities and Texas Commission on the Arts.

Annual Faculty and Staff Exhibition

Oct. 5 (Tuesday) – Oct. 23 (Saturday) 
Opening Reception: 4:30 – 6 p.m. Oct. 5 (Tuesday) 
UNT Art Gallery in UNT Art Building, one block west of Mulberry and Welch streets

The Annual Faculty and Staff Exhibition showcases artworks in all media by the accomplished artists working in the College of Visual Arts and Design, one of the most comprehensive university art programs in the nation. These artists impact communities around the world by guiding students to become smart, well-rounded professionals who positively influence the areas in which they live and work, including our own.

Recuerdos: Nostalgia on the Periphery

Nov. 9 (Tuesday) – Dec. 18 (Saturday) 
Co-curated by Victoria DeCuir and Adriana Martinez 
Opening Reception: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Nov. 9 (Tuesday) 
UNT Art Gallery in UNT Art Building, one block west of Mulberry and Welch streets

The term “recuerdo” can refer both to an experienced memory and to an object that conjures nostalgia in the personal and collective mind and that can be used to commemorate nationality and heritage. The artists in this exhibition incorporate elements of nostalgia either remembered or captured through objects and locations, both public and private, where cultural commonalities exist. Their works attempt to capture a heritage on the periphery of everyday existence. This exhibition is made possible in part by grants from the UNT Fine Arts Series and Texas Commission on the Arts.

CVAD Visiting Artist and Scholar Series

The Visiting Artist and Scholar Series in the College of Visual Arts and Design presents exhibitions, lectures and events by international and regional guests. Past visiting artists and scholars have included Lynda Benglis, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Feng Mengbo, Elizabeth Mansfield, Jiha Moon, Robyn O’Neil, Jack Pierson, Robert Storr, Fred Wilson and Kryzysztof Wodiczko.

Adam Frelin Recent Projects

1 p.m. Sept. 8 (Wednesday) 
Eagle Student Services Center, Room 255

International interdisciplinary artist Adam Frelin will discuss his recent solo and collaborative projects. Frelin works in new media and installation art. Recent projects include solo exhibitions at Samson Projects in Boston and Bemis Center for Contemporary Art in Omaha, Neb., along with shooting a collaborative film about the blind in India. Frelin has shown his work widely at such venues as Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art and the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Frelin has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts and New York Foundation for the Arts, among others, and has completed residencies throughout the United States. In 2004, he was awarded a U.S./Japan Creative Artists Award for independent research in Japan, and in 2006 an invitation to attend the Helsinki International Artists Program in Finland. In the last few years, Frelin completed White Line (Tokyo), a commissioned outdoor project for the International House of Japan; a commissioned video project funded by the Outpost for Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, shot in Kiev, Ukraine; and his first book of photography, Trees Hit By Cars. Frelin lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. and upstate New York, where he is an assistant professor of sculpture at SUNY University at Albany.

Organized by UNT faculty member Laura Beard, and made possible with support from the CVAD Gallery Visiting Artist and Scholar Committee and the CVAD Core Design program.

Different Tempers: A Conversation in Two Parts

Part I: Craft.Criticism.Dialogue 
5:30 p.m. Sept. 15 (Wednesday) 
Eagle Student Services Center, Room 255 
A roundtable event exploring questions about the methodologies and the state of craft criticism with presenters Suzanne Ramljak, writer, art historian, curator and current editor of Metalsmith magazine; Elissa Auther, associate professor of contemporary art, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; and Glenn Adamson, head of graduate studies, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Part II: Conversations About Craft 
5:30 p.m. Sept. 16 (Thursday) 
UNT on the Square, 109 N. Elm St., Denton 
An open forum discussion about criticism and craft practice with Auther and Ramljak. Book signing to follow.

Conversation program organized by UNT faculty members Ana Lopez, James Thurman and Jennifer Way with the UNT Art Gallery and made possible with support from the CVAD Gallery Visiting Artist and Scholar Committee and the CVAD Design Core program.

For more art events, see the UNT news announcement.

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SWA Show Reception Sept. 11 & Meeting Sept. 20

The Society of Watercolor Artists’s Membership Show, which was juried by Nel Dorn  Byrd, began on September 4 and hangs until October 30 in the Atrium Gallery of the University North Texas Health and Science Center, 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, Texas 76107.


Saturday, September 11, is the FWADA’s Gallery Walk and the University of North Texas Health Science Center’s Atrium Gallery is on the tour.  SWA representatives will be present from 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm. SWA’s Membership Show Reception and Awards Ceremony will start at 6:00 pm with awards and announcements at 7:00 pm. 


SWA’s first meeting of our fall/spring 2010-2011 year will be on September 20. Critique group meets at 6:00 pm, the meeting begins at 7:00 pm. Nel Dorn Byrd is guest demo artist. She is also the juror of the Membership Show.


For more info, see the SWA website:

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Fort Worth Fall Gallery Night Sept. 11

The Fort Worth Art Dealer’s Association (FWADA) invites you to take-in the visual arts and our community’s unique cultural richness during Fall Gallery Night on Saturday, September 11, 2010.

Come take a stroll through participating galleries, museums, retail businesses, and area restaurants, and enjoy the many artists featured during this community event.

Download the 2010 Fall Gallery Night program here.

Gallery Night is free and open to the public.

For additional information: Sonya Cisneros,

Member Websites

Amon Carter Museum

Artes de la Rosa

Artspace 111

Carol Henderson Gallery

The Edmund Craig Gallery

Fort Worth Community Arts Center

Fort Worth Contemporary Arts

Galerie Kornye West

Gallery 414

The Gallery at UTA

McAnthony’s Multicultural Studio

Milan Gallery

The Modern

National Cowgirl Museum

Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal

Tarrant County College

The Upstairs Gallery

William Campbell Contemporary

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Grand Prairie art show opening Sept. 12

You are cordially invited

Annual Juried Art Show & Sale
Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony

2009 Juried Art Show Opening Reception
2009 Juried Art Show Opening Reception


September 12, Sunday
2:00 – 4:00 pm

Awards at 2:45 pm in the East Meeting Room

Grand Prairie Memorial Library
901 Conover Drive, 75051

Entertainment & refreshments provided

Featuring 101 pieces of artwork from 54 regional artists

Exhibit Open
September 12 – 25

Mon. 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. 
Tue. 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. 
Wed. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. 
Thu. 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. 
Fri. closed 
Sat. 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. 
Sun. 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Visit GPAC’s NEW website for all our upcoming events:

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PAA’s Multicultural Art Exhibit Sept. 1 – Oct. 1 & Reception Sept. 14

The Plano Art Association is hosting a member’s Multicultural Art Exhibit from September 1 to October 31st at the Courtyard Theater with a catered reception event
on September 14th, 7 to 9pm.
Work in this exhibit will be seen by the thousands of people attending the Plano International Festival on October 2nd. Also on October 2nd, the PAA have arranged for an Ikebana group lead by Amira Matsuda to build an amazing artwork at the Courtyard Exhibit from recycled materials.

The Plano Art Association is hosting a member’s Multicultural Art Exhibit from September 1 to October 31st at the Courtyard Theater with a catered reception event on September 14th, 7 to 9pm.

Work in this exhibit will be seen by the thousands of people attending the Plano International Festival on October 2nd. Also on October 2nd, the PAA have arranged for an Ikebana group lead by Amira Matsuda to build an amazing artwork at the Courtyard Exhibit from recycled materials.

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“Fall, Gracefully” open Sept. 18 in Waxahachie

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