Category Archive: Exhibits & Events

Manzanar: The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams

Join us for the opening of our latest special exhibit on the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II featuring remarks from Tom Ikeda, Executive Director of Densho.

Sponsored By: The Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation, Orchid Giving Circle Fund at Dallas Women’s Foundation, and ORIX Americas Miyauchi Foundation

Community Partners: Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas Japanese Association, and the Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth

$5 General Admission. FREE for Museum Members. RSVP required through Eventbrite.

Manzanar: The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams will be on view at the Dallas Holocaust Museum from February 15 – August 14, 2018.

–from the Dallas Holocaust Museum website

This exhibition was organized by Photographic Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA.

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Nasher hosts “First Sculpture: Handaxe to Figure Stone”

The Makapansgat Pebble; University of the Witwatersrand’s Evolutionary Studies Institute; 20 September 2017 – Photo by Brett Eloff.

First Sculpture: Handaxe to Figure Stone

January 27, 2018 – April 28, 2018

First Sculpture: Handaxe to Figure Stone is the first museum exhibition to present ancient handaxes and figure stones as works of art. Traditionally understood as the longest-used tool in human history, with examples dating back more than 2 million years, some handaxes are equally fascinating for their non-utilitarian, aesthetic qualities.

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COLLIN COLLEGE HOSTS Fog. Flame. Spark. Space – solo exhibition by Julie Shipp

THE ARTS gallery will host Fog. Flame. Spark. Space., a solo exhibition by Professor Julie Shipp from February 19 – March 22, 2018.

The exhibition features recent large-format oil paintings that reference natural occurrences in nature that are visually transitional, or things that cannot be permanent. This series is an extension of previous works that address the sublime forces of nature and reflect the temporal “quick flashes” of our time and existence.
Artist Talk on March 1, part of the Art Café series, 12–12:45 PM in THE ARTS gallery.

A reception will be held, free and open to the public, from 4-7 PM Thursday, February 22. The gallery is located on Collin College’s Spring Creek Campus, Room A175, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in Plano. Regular gallery hours are: 9 AM-8 PM, Monday-Thursday; 9 AM – 3 PM, Friday-Saturday.

For more information about this or other exhibitions, contact Gallery Director Julie Shipp at 972.516.5070 or . THE ARTS gallery webpage is .

Collin College serves nearly 52,000 credit and continuing education students annually and offers more than 100 degrees and certificates in a wide range of disciplines. The only public college in the county, Collin College is a partner to business, government and industry, providing customized training and work force development. In addition, the college operates the Collin Higher Education Center, which serves 3,300 additional students each year in partnership with The University of Texas at Dallas, Texas Woman’s University, Texas A&M Commerce, Texas Tech and the University of North Texas.

Contact: Julie Shipp, THE ARTS gallery P: 972.516.5070


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Cindi Holt: Inside Looking Out opens Sat., Feb. 3 at Valley House

Join us for the opening reception for “Cindi Holt: Inside Looking Out” this Saturday, February 3, 6:00pm–8:00pm. View images of paintings in the exhibition online at

Cindi Holt is a self-taught artist who was first inspired to paint in 1985 when she was 34 years of age. Her richly-detailed paintings are imaginative, carefree responses to a place. Even the formal rooms she painted of the Texas Governor’s Mansion in the 1990’s have an energetic warp described by Clint Willour, “Patterns are chalk-a-block: bumping into one another; climbing over each other; jostling for space. Flowers on tables mate with those in the carpet and in paintings on the wall. Furniture takes on human form: chairs bow and tables stand on tiptoe…”

Central Market commissioned Cindi Holt to paint a three-panel panorama of the highlights of Fort Worth for their Fort Worth store, and a four-part mural for their cafe at the Preston Royal location in Dallas. The original paintings are on view at The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History and the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, respectively. Her painting “The Red Room” graced the 2004 Christmas card from The White House.

Cindi Holt is a California native who lives in Fort Worth and has been represented by Valley House Gallery since 2003.

Cindi Holt will give an Artist Talk on Saturday, February 17, at 11:00am.

The exhibition will be on view through March 10, 2018.

Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden
6616 Spring Valley Road, Dallas, Texas 75254

Hours: 10:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Saturday

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Solo Show [Down]; Runners Up Show opens Feb. 2

Fort worth Community Arts Center is proud to present Solo Show [Down]; Runners Up Show. This exhibit features the work of Amy D. Herzel, Nimmy Melvin and Padaric Kolander, and was juried by Jennifer Casler Price who has been the curator of Asian and non-Western art at the Kimbell Art Museum since 1993. Opening Receptions on February 2, 2018, at our satellite gallery, Art7 Gallery, from 6 – 8pm, and the show runs until February 27, 2018.

For more information about this exhibit, please visit:

The Art7 Gallery is located at 2831 W 7th St, Fort Worth, TX 76107. Please direct any question to Karen Fulton, Art7 Gallery manager, at

Image: Padaric Kolander, Or Shut Up, 42 inches x 46 inches

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First Exhibition to Explore Eduardo Chillida’s Multitude of Media to Open at the Meadows Museum

Eduardo Chillida, Year 1963. Photo: Budd, N.Y. © 2017 Zabalaga – Leku, Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VEGAP, Madrid


Related Show Highlights Chillida’s Connections to Dallas

Dallas, TX – February 1, 2018 – This spring, the Meadows Museum will present Dallas’s first exhibition dedicated exclusively to the work of Eduardo Chillida (1924–2002). Chillida, one of Spain’s most celebrated modern sculptors, is famous for his monumental iron and stone sculptures that shape both urban and rural landscapes. This exhibition includes 66 of the artist’s works, from his sculptures, to his drawings, collages, gravitations, graphic works, and a selection of his books. Co-curated by William Jeffett, chief curator of exhibitions for The Dalí Museum, and Ignacio Chillida, the artist’s son, the works in Memory, Mind, Matter: The Sculpture of Eduardo Chillida come exclusively from the Museo Chillida-Leku in Hernani (San Sebastián, Spain); the exhibition travels to Dallas from the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida. A complimentary exhibition, Chillida in Dallas: De Musica at the Meyerson, is curated by Meadows/Mellon/Prado Curatorial Fellow Amanda W. Dotseth and will focus on the landmark commission by Chillida at Dallas’s Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. The two exhibitions will open on February 4, 2018, and run through June 3.

Memory, Mind, Matter: The Sculpture of Eduardo Chillida focuses on the mature part of Chillida’s career, when he produced works such as Peine del Viento XV (Wind Comb) in 1976 and Elogio del Horizonte (Eulogy to the Horizon) in 1990, while also presenting important, rarely displayed works. The exhibition addresses the artist’s interest in space and form, which is anchored to the human body and to organic elements found in nature. His works express both the power of nature and humanity’s physical strength. Instead of seeing his works as abstract—an idea Chillida rejected—the exhibition demonstrates his connection to the pre-war avant-garde’s interest in human subjectivity and its poetic notions of form. The exhibition also includes a reflection on the artist’s engagement with poetry and philosophy in his artists’ books, and his admiration for writers of the period.


Chillida is also celebrated for the variety of media used in his works, including iron, stone, ceramic, alabaster and paper. His iron and steel sculptures are made of solid metal, while his alabaster works are made from a single piece of stone. His works on paper, known as gravitations, include the layering of pages to create a collage, creating an effect of shadows, weight and tension between the paper. Additionally, the pieces of paper are stitched together, which creates a contrast of negative and positive space in the cut outs. In connection to his Basque roots, Chillida’s works evoke interlocking fingers, arms and hands. He saw hands as an instrument for interaction with the earth: they are how the artist holds and shapes his materials. Eduardo Chillida’s use of natural forms in connection with the Basque country is best described in the artist’s own words: “In my Basque Country I feel at home, like a tree that is adapted to its territory, rooted in its earth but with its arms open to the world.”


“Eduardo Chillida is well-known to our community, by sight if not by name, as Dallas is fortunate to be home to one of his most important public sculptures,” said Mark Roglán, the Linda P. and William A. Custard Director of the Meadows Museum. “This exhibition shows Chillida’s different sides through his visionary use of materials, from the power of stone to the lightness of paper. We are thrilled to bring these works to Dallas and expand our understanding of one of the most important and influential modern Spanish sculptors.”


Chillida in Dallas: De música at the Meyerson, explores the monumental sculpture located in front of the Morton H. Myerson Symphony Center in Dallas. Chillida was selected for the commission by the Dallas Symphony Foundation Arts Committee, in close consultation with architect and Committee member I.M. Pei. What resulted was the impressive De música, Dallas XV (On Music, Dallas XV), which contains two imposing 15-foot-high cylinders of more than 3 feet in diameter, with commanding and elegant arm-like extensions. The work embodies Chillida’s artistic philosophy, his interest in Saint Augustine (after whose treatise on music the sculpture is named), and in the mystical number three. De música is the only public work by Chillida on display in Dallas and represents a dialogue between Chillida and architect I. M. Pei, who designed the Symphony Center’s glass and granite building.


Memory, Mind, Matter: The Sculpture of Eduardo Chillida will be accompanied by a catalogue with full color illustrations of the 66 works by Eduardo Chillida in the exhibition, along with an introduction by the artist’s son Ignacio Chillida, and essays by Hank Hine (Director of The Dalí Museum), Nausica Sanchez (Fundación Eduardo Chillida-Pilar Belzunce), and William Jeffett. The catalogue includes the artist’s biography, use of media, distinctive motifs, and artists’ books.


Chillida-related educational programming for the spring will include:


Friday, February 2, 10:30 a.m.

LECTURE: Memory, Mind, Matter: The Public Art of Eduardo Chillida in Focus

Luis Chillida, director, Fundación Eduardo Chillida-Pilar Belzunce


Friday, February 16, 12:15 p.m.

GALLERY TALK: Medieval and Modern: Alabaster from Gil de Siloé to Eduardo Chillida

Amanda W. Dotseth, Meadows/Mellon/Prado curatorial fellow, Meadows Museum


Thursday, April 19, 6:00-7:00 p.m.

LECTURE: Lightness and Rightness: Eduardo Chillida and James Johnson Sweeney in the Museum of

Fine Arts, Houston

Beatriz Cordero, professor, Saint Louis University, Madrid


Friday, April 20, 12:15 p.m.

GALLERY TALK: Chillida in Dallas Part I: Chillida Downtown

Jed Morse, chief curator, Nasher Sculpture Center


Saturday, April 21, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.



Friday, April 27, 12:15 p.m.

GALLERY TALK: Chillida in Dallas Part II: Chillida in Dallas

Scott Winterrowd, director of education, Meadows Museum


Born in San Sebastián, Spain, in the Basque region, Eduardo Chillida’s works are international, located in Spain, Europe, and the Americas. Throughout his career, Chillida debuted exhibitions at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Museum of Modern Art in New York, including retrospectives at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (1966), and the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh (1979). He received several awards, including the Graham Foundation Award for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, the International Grand Prize for Sculpture at the Venice Biennale, both in 1958; the Kandinsky Prize in 1960; and the Carnegie Prize in 1964 and in 1979, shared with painter Willem de Kooning.


This exhibition is co-organized by The Dalí Museum and Fundación Eduardo Chillida–Pilar Belzunce, in collaboration with the Meadows Museum, SMU, Dallas. Additional support for the Meadows Museum’s presentation is generously provided by The Meadows Foundation.


About the Fundación Eduardo Chillida–Pilar Belzunce

All works presented in Memory, Mind, Matter: The Sculpture of Eduardo Chillida have been graciously loaned by the Fundación Eduardo Chillida–Pilar Belzunce. The foundation was created in 2000 and is based in Hernani, Spain. The foundation was formed with the purpose to “deepen the knowledge of the artistic work of Mr. Eduardo Chillida Juantegui, promoting its knowledge and dissemination.” The foundation is connected with the Museo Chillida-Leku which opened in 2000. The museum showcases the largest collection of Eduardo Chillida’s work and provides an intimate space for visitors to enjoy the works of this great, modern sculptor.


About the Meadows Museum

The Meadows Museum is the leading U.S. institution focused on the study and presentation of the art of Spain. In 1962, Dallas businessman and philanthropist Algur H. Meadows donated his private collection of Spanish paintings, as well as funds to start a museum, to Southern Methodist University. The museum opened to the public in 1965, marking the first step in fulfilling Meadows’s vision to create “a small Prado for Texas.”


Today, the Meadows is home to one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Spanish art outside Spain. The collection spans from the 10th to the 21st centuries and includes medieval objects, Renaissance and Baroque sculptures, and major paintings by Golden Age and modern masters. Since 2010 the museum has been engaged in a multidimensional partnership with the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid, which has included the exchange of scholarship, exhibitions, works of art, and other resources.    5900 Bishop Blvd., Dallas, TX 75205

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The Museum of Street Culture Dialogue Series: Brian Wallis + Sue Thiers Hesseltine

Erin holding Horsie with Keanna, Seattle, 1993

The Museum of Street Culture Dialogue Series: Brian Wallis + Sue Thiers Hesseltine
Nasher Sculpture Center
February 11 | 2:00pm

The Museum of Street Culture presents the second event in its dialogue series with arts professionals and human and social service specialists on the role of photography in social advocacy and human services.

Brian Wallis (Curator, The Walther Collection, New York City) in conversation with Sue Thiers Hesseltine (Executive Director, Our Friends Place, Dallas). A discussion and Q&A will be moderated by Alan Govenar (Founding Director, The Museum of Street Culture).

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RED 2018 the exhibition opens Feb. 2 at the8680gallery in Frisco

the8680gallery RED Exhibition in Frisco

The opening reception is Friday,Feb. 2, 7-9. The gallery is located at 8680 Main Street Suite 1E Frisco.

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February 2018 at the Creative Arts Center of Dallas

Creative Arts Center of Dallas, 2360 Laughlin Drive, Dallas, TX 75228
Register Today for Session 2 Classes
Session 2 begins the week of March 26th, but it’s not too early to sign up to make sure you get your spot.

Save the Date for Blue Plate Special
CAC’s cornerstone fundraising event, Blue Plate Special returns in the fall of 2018 on Saturday, October 6th at 2616 Commerce in Deep Ellum.
Stay tuned.

We’re opening our doors for our first Instameet here at CAC on February 10th from 10 am – 12 pm! Saturday is our busiest day of the week with student artists working in Jewelry, Mosaic, Glass, Painting, Ceramics, Stone and Metal Sculpture… Photo opportunities are endless (think fire and mud…).

Art as a Second Language Designed for Seniors
In collaboration with Dallas Parks Recreation, Creative Arts Center is offering a series of workshops for seniors at recreation centers in Dallas. Please see below for the February schedule. Each
workshop will have 12 spots available. Please register at one of the recreation centers below
or call 214-671-1601.

Join our Live Figure Drawing & Painting Group on
We’ve created a group on for anyone interested in fine art live figure drawing or painting.
Held at the Creative Arts Center of Dallas, these figure labs are conducted on a drop-in basis and cost just $15 for members or $20 for the three-hour uninstructed session which are facilitated by a professional artist. The morning session from 10am to 1pm is a series of shorter poses ideal for drawing and the afternoon session from 1:30pm to 4:30pm consists of one long pose ideal for painting or a more completed drawing. Each lab is limited to 10 participants.

Register for a Workshop
Too busy to sign up for a class? Try one of our February workshops… Several interesting workshops are coming up including Small Boxes and Lockets, Digital Printing on Clay and Indigo Dye 101.
More info…

On Creativity…
The Nasher Sculpture Center is presenting a must-see, jaw-dropping, simply stunning exhibition through April 28. First Sculpture: Handaxe to Figure Stone is the first ever museum exhibition to present ancient handaxes and figure stones as works of art. Proposed by American artist, Tony Berlant, who has amassed a large collection of Paleolithic stones, research for the exhibition lasted nearly a decade and brought in notable archeologists, anthropologists, historians, neuroscientists and artists from around the world.
The oldest artifact is a large pebble found in South Africa – The Makapansgat Pebble – is the earliest known example of a hominin (our pre-historic ancestors) recognizing and collecting a found object that resembled a face, demonstrating a capacity for symbolic thinking. But what’s evenmore astounding is this artifact is estimated to be 2.3 million years old!
Artist Unknown, Makapansgat Pebble, ca. 2.5 million
The word “artifact” comes from two Latin words – arte or “by skill” and factum or “to make”. So, when the Neanderthals began shaping stones into tools, they essentially were the very first makers. And those makers evolved from making just simply utilitarian tools, to developing an aesthetic intent.
As Dr. Naama Goren-Inbar, a professor of archaeology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, pointed out in her talk at the recent  Nasher’s 360 Speaker Series, artistic process is evident everywhere, including planning, spatial thinking, contingency and cooperation. Archaeologists have been able to determine that select handaxes were made by the same individuals. Pre-historic man discovered that tools could be both functional and beautiful.
You can travel back in time to discover the origins of sculpture and artistic intent on Feb 10 from 10am to noon as you create your own stone carving during the Nasher’s Rock of Ages Workshop.

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Webb Gallery opening Feb. 11 for Max Kuhn (& a vintage tattoo collection)

Untitled Hobo by Max Kuhn, 2018, ink & collage on found material 18 x12”


Max Kuhn artwork
& vintage tattoo flash from the Jonathan Shaw collection

February 11 – April 22, 2018
opening celebration on Sunday, Feb 11th, 4-7pm
with music from Little Mazarn of Austin and the opening sponsored by Saint Arnold Brewery

 – We met Max Kuhn from a box set book he sent us a while back.  It was sincere and full of great art and made us feel like we had known him forever.  We finally talked him into visiting us in Texas and talked him in to showing his work here.  They are collages and paintings/drawings from this kind fella who is a modern day traveler and tattoo artist.

3A Flash sheet by Ted Inman, 1940’s from Texas, ink on board 19 x 12”

– The vintage flash sheets from tattoo parlors of the 1900’s – 1940’s come from the collection of Jonathan Shaw.  Jonathan ran a tattoo parlor years back and is famous for tattooing Johnny Depp.  There are two books out about Jonathan’s collection – Vintage Tattoo Flash: 100 Years of Traditional Tattoos from the Collection of Jonathan Shaw and Jonathan also wrote his memoirs in Scab Vendor: confessions of a tattoo artist, 2017.  This is the first time pieces from Jonathan’s collection have been offered to the public.

***upstairs gallery will be work by Lili Todd – this is Esther Pearl Watson & Mark Todd’s daughter and the youngest artist we have ever shown at the age of 17.

All at Webb Gallery – 209 W. Franklin – Waxahachie TX 75165 – 972/938/8085

gallery open every Saturday and Sunday 1-5pm

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Kettle Art Presents: For the Love of Kettle Feb. 3

“For the Love of Kettle” is one of the most highly anticipated events of our year. This one night only, annual fund raiser keeps Kettle Art Gallery operating in the black, allowing us fifty-one weeks per year of eclectic, North Texas-based, cultural programming. Over one hundred and fifty 9 x 12 works will be available for just $50.00 each, all created by artists who exhibit with and support this gallery. There are no previews or pre-sales available to anyone, so please arrive early and grab a place in line, as the doors open promptly at 7:00pm on Saturday, February 3. (2650-B Main Street, Dallas, TX 75226)

About Kettle Art Gallery:

Kettle opened in 2005 as an independent effort intended to restore artistic vibrancy to the Deep Ellum neighborhood, and is recognized nationally as the unofficial cultural center of Deep Ellum. Each year, the gallery produces a minimum of a fifteen art-related events, maintains an active  roster of approximately forty artists per year, and serves as home to the Deep Ellum Wine Walk.
Paula Harris

Marketing Director
Kettle Art Gallery
Deep in the Art of Ellum
Founded in historic Deep Ellum in 2005, Kettle is committed to nurturing emerging and mid-career North Texas visual artists through innovative exhibits and events, including:– For the Love of Kettle
– For the Love of Artists
– Holiday Presence
– Deep Ellum Wine Walk
– Deep Ellum Champagne Stroll
– and so much more!
Over the years, Kettle has been the recipient of numerous awards and designations, most recently “2017 Best Gallery For Local Artists” by the Dallas Observer.
– USA Today’s 10 Best Art Galleries in Dallas
– Dallas Observer’s Readers’ Choice for Best Art Gallery
– Dallas A-List’s Best Art Gallery
In celebration of D Magazine’s 40th anniversary, Kettle Art’s founder Frank Campagna was named one of “The Dallas 40”, recognizing Dallas citizens who have made a remarkable impact on the city.

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Star Harbor Watercolor Society For the Love of Art show and sale Feb. 18


Nestled in the lakeside community of Star Harbor, artistic creativity is flourishing
through the efforts of the Star Harbor Watercolor Society. This organization numbering
almost thirty members was founded in 2005 to improve the painting skills of its members
and to stimulate public interest in watercolor art through exhibits. Society members
have entered the annual Henderson County Art Show held each April in Athens and have
won ribbons including Best of Show for their work each year. The art scene in the DallasFt.
Worth area has become familiar with this group of artists through their winning
entries in the State Fair of Texas in Dallas 2007-2017-many blue ribbons and a Best of
Show-as well asjuried pieces in multiple prestigious art shows. Examples of members’
artwork can be viewed at the society’s website

The Society is pleased to announce the twelfth annual For the Love of Art show and sale
to be held Sunday, February 18th from 1 – 5 p.m. at the Star Harbor City Hall building,
99 Sunset Blvd., in Star Harbor which is located just north of Malakoff (turn onto
FM3062 at the Malakoff Fire State on TX Highway 198, continue past the high school
1.4 miles into Star Harbor, go left at the Y, building is the right at the golf course). Well
over 150 original watercolor paintings will be displayed. This free event includes
delicious refreshments, live music, painting demonstrations, and the opportunity to meet
the artists.

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Be Our Valentine at the Love the Guild Open House & Studio Tour Feb. 11

Love the Guild! Open House 

Don’t miss the Craft Guild of Dallas’s open house and studio tour event:

Sunday, February 11   2 to 4 pm.
You’ll have so many reasons to Love the Guild! 
    • Tour our fabulous new studios
    • Meet our instructors
    • Chill out at our mimosa bar
    • Enjoy nibbles & treats in each studio
    • Check out our exciting silent auction
    • Special one-time offer* for attendees

Special one-time offer?  It’s true!  In celebration of our 70th anniversary year and the opening of our new studios, those who attend will receive a coupon for 10% off one future 2018 class of their choosing.*

Watch your email for a special evite to the Love the Guild! Open House, and RSVP to let us know if you’re able to join us for the opening event of our 70th anniversary year. Don’t miss the opportunity to bring a plus-one to share the fun.
*Some restrictions apply;  details are available onsite.

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First Friday at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, February-May, 2018

The first Friday of each month, the Star-Telegram, the Modern, and Café Modern team up to host live music and drink specials in the Museum’s Grand Lobby from 5 to 8 pm. Bring your friends and enjoy diverse live performances, unique cocktail selections, and the opportunity to dine in Café Modern by night. Try the appetizer and small bites menu available in the Grand Lobby and dinner menu at Café Modern!
A docent-led, 20-minute tour of the galleries is available at 6:30 pm (regular gallery admission applies). Gallery admission is always free for Modern members!

Featuring live music by:
February 2 – Tom Reynolds Trio
March 2 – Steve Story Trio
April 6 – George Mccullum Band
May 4 – String Theory Manouche

Friday Nights at Café Modern Are Always Happening
Executive Chef Denise Shavandy creates fresh, seasonal entrees to enjoy with amazing cocktails and wine pairings. This is the one night of the week that you can enjoy dinner at Café Modern. Come in and create your own memories with us on Friday nights. An ongoing film series, Magnolia at the Modern, offers critically acclaimed films every Friday evening at 4, 6, and 8 pm, as an exciting pairing of cinema, culture, and dining all in one spectacular setting.
Seating for dinner every Friday evening is from 5 to 8:30 pm. For dinner reservations and information, call 817.840.2157.

Menus are available online at
For a schedule of films, visit

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Telephone 817.738.9215
Toll-Free 1.866.824.5566
Museum Gallery Hours
Tue 10 am-7 pm (Feb-Apr, Jun-Jul, Sep-Nov)
Tue-Sun 10 am-5 pm
Fri 10 am-8 pm
General Admission Prices (includes special exhibitions)
$4 for students with ID and seniors (60+)
$10 for adults (13+)
Free for children 12 and under
Free for Modern members
Free every Sunday and half-price every Wednesday
Tue-Fri 11 am-2:30 pm
Sat-Sun 10 am-3 pm
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Coffee, snacks, and dessert 10 am-4:30 pm
The Museum is closed Mondays and holidays, including New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.

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El Corazón exhibition opens Feb. 3 at the Bath House

24th Annual El Corazón Exhibition


Curated by Jose Vargas

Exhibition Dates: February 3-March 17, 2018

Reception: Saturday, February 3, 2018 (7-9 PM)

Bath House Cultural Center

Featuring live music by Bnois King Band

El Corazón exhibition has been one of the most popular art events at the Bath House Cultural Center since the show was first presented in 1993. Every year, this Dallas exhibition presents over sixty regional, national and international artists with pieces that explore multiple interpretations of the human heart (El Corazón), an important and stimulating symbol in art.

The Bath House is celebrating the musical arts in 2018 by hosting a music festival (Lake-a-Palooza!) and unveiling two new music-themed mural paintings inside the building’s lake level later this year.  In line with the celebration, Jose Vargas, the Curator of the show, also suggested a theme of music for this year’s El Corazón exhibition.  He states that: “When it comes to combining the symbol of the heart and the concept of music, the possibilities are endless.”  Music, however, is not the only concept explored by the participating artists, making this show as diverse and engaging as it has always been.

The exhibition features art by Andres Aceves, Mirtha Aertker, Pablo Azar, Rita Barnard, Jessica Bell, Kimberly Bradshaw Meadows, Kristina Carbrey, Sara Cardona, Kim Carothers, Andrea Cook, Sharon Covington, Mariana De Yta , Jenna Deslaurier, Glenn Downing, Martha Francis, Charlene Goldman, Brandy González, Rebecca Guy, Justin Higgs, Jessica Hills, Chad Hines, Marcela Kourkova, MaryEllen Lacy, Cindy Lemmon, M3AT, Jackie MacLelland, Marian Maldonado-Pagán, Samuel Chuck McCarter, Sarah McDaniel , Margo Miller, Yamel Molerio, Karla Mora Mora, Crystal Murley, Sharon O’Callaghan Shero, Caroline Ometz, Julie Pearson, Maia Pizarro, Michelle Purvis, Christopher Rahmeh, Ann Ranson, Ellen Ray, Gail Roberts, Rene Rocha, Lesley Rucker, Joe Sarate, Teresa Shields, Mary Southall, Pam Stern, Christine Stoddard, Wendy Tigchelaar, Mary Ann Turner, Jose Vargas, Lisa Vollrath, Joan Wheeler, ME Wilcox, Lorena Williams, and Kelly Witte.

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The Janette Kennedy Gallery Presents Not Comets: the Early Years of Charles Messier, French Comet Hunter

The Janette Kennedy Gallery Presents Not Comets: A Biographical Account of the Early Years of Charles Messier, French Comet Hunter

Photos and objects by Tom Sale with additional works from Amie Carson, Dottie Love, Julia Schloss and Becky Ramotowski

WHAT:                Tom Sale is known for his elaborate historical narratives such as 2014 Florence Project (about the life of Florence Nightingale). Not Comets: A Biographical Account of the Early Years of Charles Messier, French Comet Hunter is told mainly through photographs (with a few sculptures and objects). Messier was an 18th century French astronomer whom the gallery visitor will discover had many secrets not told in today’s history books. Images hint at the science of photography being used decades before photography is known to be invented, and in Messier’s astral world, it is not only scientific instruments he used to detect heavenly objects. Sale also called on a few friends to help tell this story. A fabric sculpture by Amie Carson, nontraditional photography by Becky Ramotowski, historical avian photography by Dottie Love, and a whimsical series of photographs by Julia Schloss round out this story of stars and an unusual friendship.  

Press release: JKG_Not Comets

WHERE:              The Janette Kennedy Gallery at South Side on Lamar

                             1409 South Lamar Street

                             Dallas, TX 75217

                             (214) 426-1575

WHEN:                Not Comets: A Biographical Account of the Early Years of Charles Messier, French Comet Hunter exhibit runs from February 2 – February 28, 2018

                             Not Comets: A Biographical Account of the Early Years of Charles Messier, French Comet Hunter Artist Reception February 10, 2018 5 to 8 p.m.

COST:                  Free

About Janette Kennedy Gallery

The Janette Kennedy Gallery, formerly the South Side Gallery, was established in 2002 as a means for local artists, the Artist’s Residency Program, and the community at large to exhibit their works. This gallery differs from others in that it does not administer a fee for use of the space, nor has it charged a commission on the pieces an artist sells. Artists who have exhibited in the gallery come from all disciplines and have included medias such as sculpture, ceramics, video, woodcuts, paintings, drawings, music, graphic art, found object and site-specific installations from fine art to contemporary art. For more information, visit the Janette Kennedy Gallery Facebook page.

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Fort Worth Art Collective’s BIG Show at Artes De La Rosa

21 Fort Worth Art Collective artists are showcasing one new and large artwork each at Artes De La Rosa Gallery. The new artworks are at least 36” in one given dimension taking full advantage of the gallery’s large walls and tall ceilings. Approximately 27,000 cubic feet of space filled with photographs, sculptures, paintings and installation art.

Artists’ Reception and Opening for The BIG Show featuring new work from local Fort Worth Art Collective artists. New work, new artists in a new space, opening February 2 – March 2, 2018. The Artes De La Rosa Gallery is located in the Rose Marine Theater, 1440 N. Main St. between downtown Fort Worth and the Stockyards. Conveniently located near I-35, the Plaza has ample nearby parking.

For more about the Collective, see their website:

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2018 TAG Spring Members Show deadline Feb. 6

Trinity Arts Guild 2018 Spring Members’ Show
Up to $1,500 in cash and prizes!

Trinity Arts Guild Gallery at Bedford Boys Ranch Park 2819 R.D. Hurt Parkway Bedford, TX 76021

It’s not too late to join TAG! You may join TAG at the time of entry.

Calendar of Events
Tuesday, February 6, 2018 – Intake and delivery of artwork 9:30 am to 1:30 pm and 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Thursday February 8, 2018 – Show Open Monday
March 5, 2018 – Reception and awards at 6:30 pm (prior to the monthly meeting)
Tuesday March 6, 2018 – Show closes

1. Works on Canvas or Hardboard
2. Works on Paper or Yupo
3. Teachers/Advanced (See prospectus)
4. Challenge Category – Three Dimensional

Be sure to read the prospectus: spring members show Prospectus 2018 or go to There are several special changes just for this show.

Entry and Payment: First 3 entries for TAG members $35 Each additional entry up to 6 total entries is $5. Make Checks payable to Trinity Arts Guild or Pay online with PayPal at:

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[Art Exhibition]Thus, We Scatter, as We Go by Nathan Porterfield

Fort Worth Community Arts Center is proud to present, Thus, We Scatter, as We Go by Nathan Porterfield. The exhibition date is March 2, 2018-March 29, 2018, from 9AM-5PM. The closing reception will be on our Spring Gallery Night, March 24, 2018, from 6PM-9PM.

Nathan Porterfield’s current work involves individual identity in current culture, in reference to American history. Using accessible, common materials, he creates a confluence of patterns to imply the intersection of countless sensibilities and convictions. The imagery has developed recently into portraits, or sorts, in which the subjects (Units of Resistance) express their perspectives.

Nathan’s works are an homage to those, oppressed and repressed who have stood for change and therein been the backbone of progress. His works are portraits of personal individuality, yet homogeneous spirit.

Thus, We Scatter, as We Go is a survey of his production from 2015 and 2016, with a concentration on alternative materials and exploring the subtleties of evolving society.

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Image: Not Asking Permission OR Forgiveness by Nathan Porterfield

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“OBLIVIOUS” by Patrick Mcgrath Muñiz

“OBLIVIOUS” by Patrick Mcgrath Muñiz

March 2 – March 29, 2018 

Reception: March 24, 2018; 6 – 9pm 

The work presented in OBLIVIOUS is Houston-based artist Patrick McGrath Muñiz’s response to the capitalist consumerist society with its apparent indifference to the rising threat of climate change. After experiencing Harvey in Houston, and witnessing Hurricane Maria passing over Puerto Rico and Irma in Florida, where most of his family and friends live, Muñiz feels the responsibility to tell the story of climate change the way he knows it. As an artist with a Roman Catholic background and growing up in the island of Puerto Rick, Muñiz has a deep personal interest in reconnecting with history by adopting Renaissance painting techniques and retablos reminiscent of Spanish Colonial Art in his painting, bridging historical continuity between the Colonial and the Neo-colonial narratives present in the Anthropocene, an epoch defined by the enormous impact of human activities on the Earth’s ecosystems.

Patrick McGrath Muñiz is an artist from Puerto Rico who currently exhibits his work across the U.S. and abroad while residing and working in Houston, Texas. His work consists primarily of oil paintings addressing current issues such as Neo-Colonialism and Consumerism. Patrick’s work can be found at the Albuquerque Museum in New Mexico, the Mesa Contemporary Art Museum in Mesa, Arizona, the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia, as well as a number of private collections in the United States, Caribbean, and Latin America.

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Image: Patrick McGrath Muñiz, The Flood, 2017, Oil and metal leaf on canvas, 30 x 30 inches 

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2018 Plein Air Convention & Expo April 16-20 in Santa Fe

2018 Plein Air Convention & Expo
in Santa Fe NM 
April 16-20, 2018
Presented by Plain Air Magazine
The Plein Air Convention & Expo is the world’s largest plein air event. It’s like the Woodstock of outdoor painting. Attendees make personal connections with 80-plus of the world’s top painters (our faculty), plus 900 peers plus discover amazing techniques to transform their painting skills. There will be painting demonstrations on four stages, plus each day attendees and faculty go out painting and plan to break the world record for the most plein air painters painting in one place simultaneously.

The event takes place in Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 16-20, 2018. There is an optional 1 1/2 day pre-convention workshop with leading artist Kevin MacPherson (April 15), plus an art show and more. All events will take place at the host hotel.

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Color Me… Contemporary! Feb. 3 at Southwest Gallery

In celebration of contemporary art Southwest Gallery cordially invites you to
Saturday, February 3rd  from 1-5 pm
 and experience their colorful new works!
4500 Sigma Rd.  Dallas, Texas 75244    972.960.8935    800.272.9910

Paul Walden refers to “Apparent Chaos” when viewing his paintings in a limited sense. They appear chaotic but the subconscious elements create order and harmony within the composition. “The repetition of the painting & the layering techniques I have developed are the tools that allow the perceptions of an underlying order to emerge.”

Mark Whitmarsh creates relationships that excite the eye through exploration of light, color and space.  “As I build layers of color, a personal iconography evolves on the painted surface.”

Tony Saladino‘s use of color and subject matter make for beautifully executed works that are not only pleasing to the eye but thought-provoking as well. “I try to use each medium’s scale and characteristics to its advantage, to give my imagination an avenue which can explore truth on a two dimensional plane.

Dennis Johnson‘s paintings do not have to relate to anything or follow rules. It simply invites us to think, to reflect, to open our mind to the possibility that all art has to do is make us feel.

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Indian Folk Art Exhibition in Irving – Reception & Awards Feb. 11

Indian Folk Art exhibition, a celebration of Indian culture and heritage.
January 28 – February 23, 2018

Reception & Awards

Sunday, February 11th, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Jaycee Park Center for the Arts, 1975 Puritan, Irving TX 75061

The Exhibition returns for a second year! 33 artists from the North Texas area submitted 57 works related to themes around Indian culture and heritage. 17 of the artist are in the youth category.

Art from this exhibit will also travel to the Irving Arts Center for display from March 3 – April 29, 2018 in the front foyer/administrative halls.

Curator/juror Deepa Koshaley at or 972-639-6745

A preview of works from the exhibtion:

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Art Exhibit: Come Together – in honor of Black History Month

Come Together is an exhibit and interactive art program celebrating Black History Month at Blue House Too, a non-profit art gallery supporting local artists.

February 2 – 25, 2018

Come Together features local African-American artists:
– JD Moore
– Quincy Conwell
– Barbara J. Mason
– Ernie Benton
– Ken Wesley
– Reyon Nurse

The exhibit also features the winners of the MLK Student Art Contests in Allen ISD and Plano ISD, as well as an exhibit of photographs from rallies and marches with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., throughout the south, during the 1960’s.

Visitors can take part in an interactive art project, creating a woven work symbolic of coming together.

For more information about the special programs planned during this exhibit, follow us on social media @bluehousetoo or visit our website

Gallery Hours:
Wed – Fri: 5 pm – 9 pm
Saturdays: 1 pm –  pm
Sundays: 1 pm – 6 pm

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[Art Exhibition] Fort Worth Art Collective

Fort Worth Art Collective returns to the FWCAC in a new exhibit featuring work from returning Art Collective artists and new members. Open reception will be 6-9 pm, during our Spring Gallery Night. Spring Gallery Night is considerably our most popular opening of the year, we had over 3,000 visitors on one single night during our 2017 opening.

Fort Worth Community is located at 1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76107. Our business hour is Monday – Saturday, from 9AM-5PM.

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Materials: Hard + Soft opens Feb 2nd

Recognized as one of the premier craft exhibitions in the country, Materials: Hard + Soft International Contemporary Craft Competition and Exhibition, began in 1987 and was originally initiated by area artist Georgia Leach Gough. Now in its 31st year, the exhibition shows the top national and international artists as we celebrate the evolving field of contemporary craft and the remarkable creativity and innovation of artists who push the boundaries of their chosen media.

The 2018 exhibition drew over 1,000 submissions from 8 countries around the world. Juror Perry A. Price selected 70 works for exhibition at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center including works from 27 states in varying media including metal, wood, plastic, ceramic, fiber, glass, and mixed media.

This exhibition is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, Texas Commission on the Arts and the City of Denton. Special thanks to Best Western Premier for their continued sponsorship. Materials will be on view February 3 – May 5, 2018 at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center, 400 E. Hickory St., Denton, TX. 76201.

Join us at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center for the Opening Reception on Friday, February 2 from 6 – 8 PM, Awards Ceremony with Perry A. Price at 7 PM.

For more information see

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Rachel Meginnes + Kelly O’Briant: What Remains opens Feb. 1 at Haggerty Gallery in Irving

New Exhibition | Rachel Meginnes + Kelly O’Briant: What Remains

Please join us for the opening reception of What Remains on Thursday, February 1, 5:30-8 p.m.

  • Artist talk | 5:30 to 6 p.m., Art History Auditorium
  • Reception | 6 to 8:00 p.m., Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery

What Remains speaks to both visual and conceptual depth – of the inherent memory embedded in the works of artist-educator Rachel Meginnes and Kelly O’Briant, assistant professor of ceramics, at the University of Dallas. For Meginnes, actual material, in the form of reclaimed textiles, forms the foundation of her process, a physical and metaphorical layering of wear and re-adapting, moving forward and revealing the past. In the work of O’Briant, the remainders are often phantom forms – a chimaera or abstraction of scientific theory. Her work in ceramics has explored the notions of dark matter, light and shadow, the passage of time. For this exhibition, O’Briant mines the emotional effect of unsettlement and reconstruction – the physical act of carrying the past forward.

We are delighted that both artists will be on campus to give an artist presentation at the reception on Thursday, Feb.1 at 5:30 p.m. in the Haggar Auditorium in the Art Village on the University of Dallas campus, followed by a reception in the gallery. The exhibition is available for viewing through Saturday, Mar. 3, 2018.  

This exhibition is curated by Kathryn Gremley, Director of Penland Galler and travels to us from the Penland School of Craft in North Carolina. To view an online catalog of the show and for more information on the great work they do at Penland visit here.

Image Credits:
T. Image of the work installed at Penland Gallery, Nov/Oct, 2017
L. Rachel Meginnes, Mantle (Fragment) Deconstructed quilt, metal leaf, India ink, and acrylic, 18 x 14.75, inches framed, 2017.
R. Kelly O’Briant, All Good things (Detail), Porcelain, gold (112 gold bowls containing porcelain seeds), wood base, 44 x 76 x 4 inches | bowls 2.5 x 1.5 inches, 2017.
Copyright Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery, Penland Gallery, Rachel Meginnes and Kelly O’Briant © *|2017|* *|Beatice M. Haggerty Gallery|*, All rights reserved.
*|Image Credit: Installation shot of What Remains at Penland Gallery featuring work of Rachel Meginnes and Kelly O’Briant|*Our mailing address is:

Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery

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The Warren Center’s Art of Music Gala Featuring Vivian Green Feb. 10


Celebrating 50 years, The Warren Center is a nonprofit agency that provides professional evaluations, therapy services and support to children with developmental delays and serves 900 children and families each week from across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.


The Art of Music Gala is an annual black-tie optional event that includes valet parking, dinner, drinks, music and art benefiting The Warren Center. This year’s theme, “Welcome to Wonderland,” will be headlined by Vivian Green and Jamar Jones. This year’s gala is presented by Melody and Rick Rogers and The Moglia Family Foundation on behalf of Amy Heuerman and Joseph Moglia.


Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018

6 p.m. – VIP reception

7 p.m. – Art of Music Gala


South Side Ballroom

1135 S. Lamar St.

Dallas, TX 75215


Wonderland: a place where anything is possible, where all dreams can come true, even for the youngest of visitors and those who love them. Inspired by this year’s theme, the evening will feature performances of four original composition scores and artwork that include:

  • Vivian Green – a critically acclaimed rhythm and blues singer who has performed with Boyz II Men and Jill Scott
  • Jamar Jones – Golden Globe-nominated singer and piano composer, famous for his soundtrack work in the recent movie release, The Greatest Showman
  • Ryan Berg – Dallas-raised musician and songwriter. He released his first debut album early last year.
  • K.C. King – Acoustic guitarist, vocalist and composer. He has been writing and performing music for over 15 years.
  • Abel Garcia, Christina Yielding and Milessa Murphy Stewart – DFW visual artists

The four unique art pieces and original manuscript/recording of the compositions will be auctioned off live, with the proceeds going directly to The Warren Center.

Individual tickets are $200 and table sponsorships begin at $2,500. Underwriting opportunities begin at $2,500. A portion of the ticket price is tax deductible.

The Art of Music is co-chaired by David Call and Jordan Roberts.

To purchase tickets, please visit

For More Information: Tara Null at (972) 490-9055 or (214) 709-8901 or email

About The Warren Center:

The Warren Center is a nonprofit agency providing professional evaluations, therapy services and support to children with developmental delays and disabilities. The center serves over 900 children each week as well as their families. Services include speech, occupational and physical therapy; developmental services; and nutrition as well as family education and support. The Early Childhood Intervention Program serves the entire northern half of Dallas County in 48 ZIP codes. Founded in 1968, 2018 marks The Warren Center’s 50th anniversary. For more information, please visit or follow The Warren Center on Facebook and Twitter.


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Jo Trizila

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Office: 972-247-1369

Cell: 214-232-0078




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Mardi Gras Gallery Night Jan. 27 at Your Private Collection

We are so excited that internationally awarded artist, Soon Y Warren, is taking time from her BUSY schedule to be at the gallery to meet you. Soon has been awarded top national watercolorist six times, has need named “One of the top 15 watercolorists in United States in the past 20 years”, highly awarded in her other mediums, and become one of the most published artists today. It is so special that Soon’s works are in our Granbury gallery and being our featured artist for our Jan 27 5-8pm Mardi Gras Gallery Night. Hope you take advantage of the opportunity to meet her at Your Private Collection Art Gallery on the square. All the Galleries of Granbury will be open hosting artists, great art, refreshments and fun.

Your Private Collection Art Gallery
106 N. Houston
Granbury, TX 76048

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9th Annual Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Concert

The City of Keller and Keller Public Arts will host the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra for its ninth year on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 7:00 pm. Keller High School Fine Arts Center, located at 601 Pate Orr Road, will be the venue for this always anticipated performance. Alejandro Gomez Guillen will be conducting the orchestra in selections from Rossini, Stravinsky, Britten, Faure, Brahms and Dvorak.

Tickets, $5 per person, must be purchased in person at the Keller Parks & Recreation Department, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway; The Keller Pointe, 405 Rufe Snow Drive; and The Keller Senior Activity Center, 660 Johnson Road. All addresses are in Keller, 76248. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door the evening of the concert, cash only please.

For those who’d like to enjoy dinner before the concert, FnG Eats, located at 201 Town Center Lane in Keller, is offering a special menu for the evening at $25 per person which will include a ticket to the concert. Reservations can be made for seatings at 4:00 or 5:30 pm by calling 817-741-5200.

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NAMTA’s Art Materials World comes to Dallas

NAMTA (International Art Materials Association) is holding their Spring event here in Dallas, but entrance to the conference is limited to NAMTA members, either art materials suppliers or art materails retailers. The convention will be held in conjunction with CAMEX, The Campus Market Expo at the Dallas Convention Center March 4-6, 2018.

Although the ordinary artist can’t attend, of interest is the listing of new products to be displayed – see You may also sign up for NAMTA;s free e-newsletters.

Product videos from Art Materials World will appear later on YouTube channels. Do a keyword search on “Art Materials World” to find them.

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Day of the Dance Explores Raw Movement and Sound

Texas Woman’s University Department of Dance and Artist Enclave of Denton County present

Day of the Dance Saturday, February 17, 7:00 p.m. at the PointBank Black Box Theatre, 318 East Hickory

Street, Denton. This unique dance concert mixes raw movement and sound for an evening of dance

celebration featuring hip hop, modern dance, hula hooping and more. No reservation or advance ticket sales

required with suggested $5.00 cash donation at the door. 

            Day of the Dance will feature a variety of performers including Tara Baker, a soloist and

choreographer who excites audiences with dance and hula hoop artistry; Marthey Nygaard, whose

choreography utilizes plastic, grotesque movement and distortion with music by local musician Keith

Fleming; the rhythmic and evocative dance work of Jenna Chang featuring hip hop dance and invigorating

unison, and Reyna Mondragon’s duet set to the music of Meredith Monk.

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[Exhibition] Solo Show [Down]; Runners Ups Show opens Feb. 2 at Art7

Fort worth Community Arts Center is proud to present Solo Show [Down]; Runners Ups Show. This exhibit features the work of Amy D. Herzel, Nimmy Melvin and Padaric Kolander and was juried by Jennifer Casler Price who has been the curator of Asian and non-Western art at the Kimbell Art Museum since 1993. Opening Receptions on February 2, 2018 at our satellite gallery, Art7 Gallery, from 6 – 8pm and the show runs until February 26th. The Art7 Gallery is located at 2831 W 7th St, Fort Worth, TX 76107.
Please direct any question to Karen Fulton, Art7 Gallery manager, at


Padaric Kolander, Or Shut Up, 2017, graphite, charcoal, and acrylic on paper, 42″ X 46″

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[Exhibition] MANipulations, MANifestations, and MASTERship by Abhidnya Ghuge

MANipulations, MANifestations, and MASTERship by Abhidnya Ghuge is now on view at Fort Worth Community Arts Center. This group of work is site specific installation created using humble materials such as poultry fencing and woodblock printed paper plates, along with a few wall mounted art works showcasing the woodblock printed paper plates and carved wood. A large scale hand carved woodblock will also be on display. The installation will engage the viewers as they walk around it and through the installation. The artist will have a closing reception on our Spring Gallery Night, on March 24, 2018; from 6PM-9PM.

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NorthPark Art Collectiion with Lucia Simek Jan. 23

Lucia Simek will give a tour on Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018 from 6:30-7:30pm

Meet at Green House Market on Level Two near AMC ticket counter

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