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29th Annual DADA Fall Gallery Walk Sept. 20

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Dallas Art Dealers Association presents
29th Annual DADA Fall Gallery Walk
Saturday, September 20, noon – 8:00 p.m.
Featuring over 35 art spaces
Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) will present its 29th annual Fall Gallery Walk on Saturday, September 20, 2014, from noon to 8 p.m. at over 35 art spaces all over North Texas, including Arlington, Irving, Denton, and around Dallas.    Art lovers of every description will have the opportunity to socialize and tour a full spectrum of galleries and special exhibitions—all in one day, all for FREE, all in North Texas. Sadly, you can’t walk to all of them, but you can bike to many of them (see Bike Swarm below), and, of course, you can drive to them.    Go online
at www.dallasartdealers.org to print out a map. Hours at each gallery vary; please see individual listings. For more information, call 214.914.1099 or e-mail info@dallasartdealers.org. A good place to start is The MAC, 3120 McKinney Avenue, in Uptown Dallas.
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SPECIAL EVENTS DURING FALL GALLERY WALK

10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Antèks Book Signing Event benefiting Edith Baker Art Scholarship

Meet Barry Friedman, six-time Emmy Award nominated writer and author of Still Chasing Rainbows: Collecting American Indian Trade & Camp Blankets Volume Two. Shop antique Navajo blankets, Antèks rustic home furnishings, and vintage Native American jewelry, pottery, and baskets presented by fifth-generation Indian trader Jed Foutz of Shiprock Santa Fe gallery. Saturday, September 20, beginning at 10 a.m. at Antèks, 1135 Dragon Street. Complimentary on-site appraisals of vintage Navajo blankets will be available. Cocktail reception 4 p.m. Cowboys & Indians Magazine is a proud partner of this unique event.

1:30 – 5 p.m.
DADA Bike Swarm

Cyclists of all age levels and abilities are invited to the Dallas Art Dealers Association, Bike Friendly Oak Cliff, and Bike Friendly Cedars Bike Swarm as part of the Fall Gallery Walk on Saturday, September 20, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at Oak Cliff Cultural Center, 223 West Jefferson Boulevard. The event includes a self-guided tour of the art galleries located in the Design District. FREE! For more information, call 214.914.1099.

2 – 8 p.m.
DADA Docents Program

High school students serve as exhibition hosts at select DADA galleries. FREE! For more information, call 214.914.1099.

About DADA

The Dallas Art Dealers Association is an affiliation of established independent gallery owners and nonprofit art organizations in the Dallas metropolitan area. DADA is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of ethical practice within the profession and to increasing public awareness of the role and responsibilities of reputable art dealers and nonprofit visual art spaces.

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About the Edith Baker Art Scholarship and
Artist Career Development Fund

To celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2005, DADA created a scholarship honoring a respected member of the Dallas art community and one
of its founding members, Edith Baker. Edith owned and directed The Edith Baker Gallery in Dallas for nearly 30 years before retiring in 2004. Every year, the Edith Baker Art Scholarship and Artist Career Development Fund, a 501(c)(3), financially benefits students pursuing the
study of visual arts, along with giving those students a gallery internship, a mentor, and an artist studio visit. For more information, visit
www.dallasartdealers.org/about/edith-baker-scholarship.

Saturday, September 13, 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
The Business of Art: Public Art 101

Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA), Creative Arts Center (CAC), The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC), and now the Business Council for the Arts (BCA) and the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) are joining together to present The Business of Art: Public Art 101 on Saturday, September 13, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at The MAC, 3120 McKinney Avenue. It will include public art basics and beyond, from finding the call for artists to the completion of projects. Participants will receive in-depth information and public art resource materials. Tickets are available in advance at www.eventbrite.com and benefit the Edith Baker Art Scholarship. The Bowdon Family Foundation, City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and Texas Commission on the Arts have provided financial support for this event. Art News DFW is the media sponsor.
About Creative Arts Center
Creative Arts Center of Dallas (CAC) provides a nurturing environment for people to discover, develop, and express their artistic visions. Located on a two-acre campus four miles east of downtown Dallas, CAC offers more than 500 classes and workshops per year in such disciplines as ceramics, clay sculpture, drawing, glass, jewelry, metal arts, mosaic, painting, photography, printmaking, and stone carving. CAC also offers free arts programming to disadvantaged children. Not only a visual arts school, CAC is also a thriving arts community for a diverse range of students from teens to seniors. Visit CAC at 2360 Laughlin Drive in East Dallas or www.creativeartscenter.org.
About The Mckinney Avenue Contemporary
The McKinney Avenue Contemporary
(The MAC) is a nonprofit organization that stands as a Dallas advocate for creative freedom, offering the opportunity for experimentation and presentation of art in
all disciplines. It supports the emerging and established artist’s role in society by providing a forum for critical dialogue with their audiences. This relationship is cultivated through education and innovative programming. Visit www.the-mac.org for more information.
About the Business Council for the Arts
The Business Council for the Arts (BCA) is a nonprofit organization made up of businesses and business professionals. It provides programs in employee engagement and retention, leadership development, creative thinking, diversity, and the development of new initiatives based in the arts. The BCA serves as a connector and convener between businesses, municipalities, and arts and cultural organizations, and is an advocate for business support of the arts. The BCA was founded in 1988 as an initiative of the Dallas Citizen’s Council by Raymond D. Nasher and a team of civic leaders who recognized that great communities depend on a vibrant cultural life. Visit www.ntbca.org for more information.

About the Office of Cultural Affairs
The Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) provides opportunities for all Dallas citizens and visitors to have access to the arts and the means of cultural expression. The Office of Cultural Affairs works with its citizen advisory board, the Cultural Affairs Commission, to foster the development of the cultural system in Dallas. The OCA provides a variety of programs and services, including the management and operations of seven cultural facilities, a public art program, cultural funding programs, and WRR Radio. More information on the Office of Cultural Affairs’ programs can be found on its website at www.DallasCulture.org.

1. DESIGN DISTRICT

American Fine Art

1611 Dragon Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.749.7749

Brave New World
An adventurous range of colorful, textural,
and innovative paintings and assemblages by James Jensen. New collection of large turned wood vessels by John Tisdale.

10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Artist reception 4 – 8 p.m.

Antèks

1135 Dragon Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.528-5567

Vintage Native American jewelry, pottery,
baskets, blankets, and rugs Book signing
for Barry Friedman, author of Still Chasing Rainbows: Collecting American Indian Trade
& Camp Blankets Volume Two 
Free appraisals of vintage Navajo rugs

10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Cocktail reception 4 p.m.

Beaux Arts

1505 Hi Line Drive
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.741.5555

Colonial era tribal art

Noon – 6 p.m.

Craighead Green Gallery

1011 Dragon Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.855.0779

Paintings by Linda McCall, Jeri Ledbetter,
and Winston Lee Mascarenhas

11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Dallas Contemporary

161 Glass Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.821.2522

Mario Testino, Alta Moda
A series of photographic portraits by
acclaimed photographer Mario Testino
Piotr Uklanski, Untitled
A body of paintings by Warsaw-born,
New York–based artist Piotr Uklanski
Cassandra Emswiler Burd, My dreams
will pull you through this garden gate

An elaborate tile installation by local artist
Cassandra Emswiler Burd

Members-only reception 7 – 10 p.m.

The Goss-Michael Foundation

1405 Turtle Creek Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.696.0555

Featuring works by Adam Ball

11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Jacques Lamy Art Gallery

1607 Dragon Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.747.7611

Paintings by Marie-Claire Pajeile

 2 – 8 p.m.

LuminArte Gallery

1727 East Levee Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.914.4503

Texas, It’s a Culture Thing
Artwork in a variety of media by
Texas-based artists and local talent

Noon – 8 p.m.

Mary Tomás Gallery

1110 Dragon Street
Building 1080
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.727.5101

Scratching the Surface—A Collection of Thought Provoking Latin American Artists
The exhibit will feature passionate works
representing the Latin American voice.
Abstract expressionist painter Johannes Boekhoudt of Costa Rica and Dallas, surrealist painter Carlos Cancio from Spain and Puerto Rico, abstract expressionist Hispanic-American painter Sandra Lara, abstract contemporary painter Norlan Santana of Nicaragua, and
abstract expressionist painter Fred Villanueva
of Dallas will be showcased.

Noon – 8 p.m.

Muzeion

1113 Dragon Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.998.4803

Ultimate Beauty
Human skulls from Papua, New Guinea

10 a.m. – 6 p.m. 

Samuel Lynne Galleries

1105 Dragon Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.965.9027
Rick Lazes: The World is Bending
In The World is Bending, artist and entrepreneur Rick Lazes morphs both natural and synthetic elements to create sculptures that challenge the conventionality of his chosen media. Lazes’ sculptures visually demonstrate the complexities of nature through a juxtaposition of fluid form and unconventional techniques. .
11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Artist in attendance  5 – 8 p.m.

Sun to Moon Gallery

1515 East Levee Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.745.1199

Caddo Lake Exposed: Six Perspectives
For two years, six renowned photographers (Dan Burkholder, Charles Cramer, Scot Miller, Alan Ross, Jill Skupin Burkholder, and R. P. Washburne) turned their lenses on Caddo Lake, resulting in this exhibition of 30 diverse and engaging fine photographic prints.

11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Artist in attendance 5 – 8 p.m.

Wall Gallery

1529 Dragon Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
214.749.0015

Couleur de la Musique
Paintings by Cynthia Chartier

11 a.m. – 8 p.m.

2. UPTOWN

Afterimage Gallery

The Quadrangle #141
2800 Routh Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
214.871.9140

Mitch Dobrowner: Photographs
of Nature in the Raw

10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

David Dike Fine Art

2613 Fairmount Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
214.720.4044

Texas Modernism | Midcentury Modern Art by Texas Painters, Sculptors & Printmakers
A collection of paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by Texas midcentury artists. Texas midcentury modern artists were producing works during this exploratory, avant-garde, and formative period in art history. These painters, sculptors, and printmakers came out of many schools and regions across the state, creating these works in the 1930s, ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s.

Opening reception 2 – 8 p.m.

The McKinney Avenue
Contemporary (The MAC)

3120 McKinney Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75204
214.953.1212

Texas Critters
Paintings of birds, fish, reptiles, insects,
and other animals created by Texas art icons from the 1930s to the present, including
members of the Dallas Nine
Janet Turner: Expressive Symbolism
One of Texas’s most distinguished painters, educators, and printmakers and a former
professor at Stephen F. Austin University in
Nacogdoches, Turner won the Guggenheim Award in 1952, allowing her to travel the
Gulf Coast. There she studied flora and fauna, and experimented with combining serigraphy with linoleum block printing.
Beyond the Surface: Land Stewardship of Texas
This photographic exhibit will convey the
captivating story of land stewardship of
Texas in front of and behind the lenses of
John Bunker Sands and David Keith Sands.
The Sands brothers had a deep love of the outdoors and documented numerous
conservation efforts on the lands they held
dear to their hearts.

11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

3. DOWNTOWN

Crow Collection of Asian Art

2010 Flora Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
214.979.6430

Shen Wei
Shen Wei unveils his most recent series
of monumental paintings featuring compositions in black, white, and gray that sometimes appear to resemble elements of a sublime
and awesome landscape, yet in places, these works recede into shadow, abstraction, and
the materiality of a heavy impasto and thick textured paint on canvas.
Seeing and Believing:
Krishna in the Art of B. G. Sharma
This exhibition of paintings and prints tells
the story of the much-loved and “eternally sweet” Hindu god Krishna with vibrant works of art that reflect the mutual relationship of divine and devotional love.
The Jerry Lee Musslewhite Collection
of Korean Art

Over the centuries, Korean artists have produced superior examples of calligraphy, sculpture, lacquerware, and paintings, but it is ceramics for which they have gained special renown. This exhibition of the Crow Collection’s most recent acquisitions explores centuries of these ceramics.

Jade, or Not Jade? That Is the Question
“Jade” is a word applied to many different stones—so many that it is useful now and then to re-claim mastery of the differences for understanding and appreciating Chinese “jade.”
This exhibition draws on the museum’s
collection and generous loans of natural
worked stones to encourage just that.

10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

El Centro College

H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery
801 Main Street
1st Floor Technologies Building and
Student Center
Dallas, Texas 75202
214.860.2115

dOWNtOWN: Visual Fine Art Faculty
Exhibition

Noon – 4 p.m.

TVAA Downtown Gallery

Plaza of the Americas, Suite G207
700 North Pearl Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
469.231.6347

Driven to Abstraction
This exhibition features local and
regional artists depicting abstract art in
all its forms—from distorted objective
creations to pure studies of shape, space,
line, and color in nonobjective works.

Reception 2 – 4 p.m.

UNT ArtSpace Dallas

1901 Main Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
940.565.4316

Closed for Fall Gallery Walk

4. OAK CLIFF

Oak Cliff Cultural Center

223 West Jefferson Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75208
214.670.3777

La Rica Latino America
Photographic exhibit that documents the
travels of photographer Eden Alva Soto
through Latin America. Soto’s photographs capture the scenic beauty as well as a glimpse into the daily social life of Latin America.

10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

5. DEEP ELLUM/
EXPOSITION PARK/
FAIR PARK

CentralTrak, The University of Texas
at Dallas Artists Residency

800 Exposition Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75226
214.824.9302

Satellites
Installation by Christopher Blay

Noon – 5 p.m.

Latino Cultural Center

2600 Live Oak at Good Latimer
Dallas, Texas 75204
214.671.0045

Uptown’s Pike Park: From Little
Jerusalem to Little Mexico—100 Years
of Settlement History
This exhibition presented by the Dallas Mexican American Historical League and the Dallas Jewish Historical Society, in collaboration with the Latino Cultural Center, will showcase the history of Dallas’s Pike Park.

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

South Dallas Cultural Center

3400 South Fitzhugh Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75210
214.939.2787

That’s not the Atlantic (There’s a disco ball between us)
An exhibition of new drawings by Austin-Lagos artist Wura-Natasha Ogunji. It includes an installation with video projection as well as small-scale mixed-media works.

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

6. EAST DALLAS

Bath House Cultural Center

521 East Lawther Drive
Dallas, Texas 75218
214.670.8749

Split Seconds
Collaborate+Curate Exhibition Series
presents Split Seconds, featuring photography and new media curated by Marilyn Waligore and Emily Loving.

Noon  – 8 p.m.

7. LOVE FIELD/
PARK CITIES

Balcony House Gallery

6115 Owens Street
Suite 218
Dallas, Texas 75235
972.567.1950

American Landscape Painting—
Past and Present

A beautiful and impressive array of
impressionist and representational paintings from the mid-1800s to the present by
Julian Onderdonk, Thomas Moran, Paul Weber, John Casilier, Charles Partridge Adams, Jerry V. Malzahn, Dwight C. Holmes, L. O. Griffith, David Terry, Eric Koeppel, Cecy Turner, Lauren Sansaricq, and others

9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 

Meadows Museum at SMU

5900 Bishop Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75205
214.768.2516

Permanent collection of Spanish
masterpieces spanning the 10th through
the 21st centuries, featuring works by El Greco, Goya, Miró, Murillo, Picasso, Velázquez,
and many more

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Pollock Gallery

Meadows School of the Arts
Southern Methodist University
Hughes-Trigg Student Center
3140 Dyer Street
Dallas, Texas 75205
214.768.4439

Where are you from? Places of a present past
This exhibition explores the identity position of the Palestinian-Israeli through the work of Kamal Aljafari, Aissa Deebi, and Dor Guez. In 1948, when the State of Israel was established, some Palestinians were given the option of Israeli citizenship. Today they make up 20% of the Israeli population but are still a minority that lives in a present state of discrimination that recalls the physical and political displacement of the past. These artists work at the bizarre intersection of nationalisms produced by the occupation of Palestine.

1 – 5 p.m. 

Talley Dunn Gallery

5020 Tracy Street
Dallas, Texas 75205
214.521.9898

Selections from the Estate of
Sonny Burt and Robert Butler

Artwork from the estate of Sonny Burt and Robert Butler, two Dallas-based collectors who supported many of Dallas’s artists, galleries, and museums with their generosity for more than 40 years. This exhibition is organized to honor their spirit of support and love of the Dallas art community.

10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 

8. NORTH DALLAS

Brookhaven College Galleries

3939 Valley View Lane
Farmers Branch, Texas 75244
972.860.4101

Forum Gallery: Marion Lefeld (painting)
Studio Gallery: Susan SponslerThe Hoodie Project (photographs)

1 – 4 p.m.

Southwest Gallery

4500 Sigma Road
Dallas, Texas 75244
972.960.8935

Gallery Artist Fall Showcase
Featuring new works by Marty Ricks, Alvar, Kent Wallis, Michael Dudash, and others

9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

University of Texas at Dallas

Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building
800 West Campbell Road
Richardson, Texas 75080
972.883.2787

Tech Talk: The Joan Davidow Collection
To honor Davidow’s recent gift to the School of Arts and Humanities of works from her contemporary art collection, Tech Talk features works from the collection by 15 emerging and mid-career Texas artists whose themes and methods reflect the budding technology of our era.

9 a.m. – 9 p.m. 

Valley House Gallery
& Sculpture Garden

6616 Spring Valley Road
Dallas, Texas 75254
972.239.2441

60th Anniversary Exhibition
Masterful Marks
An exploration of the medium of drawing

10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 

9. ARLINGTON

The Gallery at UTA

Fine Arts Building
502 South Cooper Street
Arlington, Texas 76019
817.272.3110

Mary McCleary and Andrea Rosenberg
Featuring two artists working at various scales and yet with very different results: Mary McCleary is creating works that are labor intensive, using materials that may
be associated with craft to conjure arresting and dense images that are the opposite of Andrea Rosenberg’s subtle, elegant, but minimal drawings of flowers and plants.

Noon – 5 p.m. 

10. IRVING

Irving Arts Center Galleries
& Sculpture Garden

3333 North MacArthur Boulevard
Irving, Texas 75062
972.252.7558

A David Small World
Over 70 original works of art by award-
winning children’s book author and
illustrator David Small
Simply Beautiful: Photographs from
National Geographic

Stunning images by some of National Geographic’s most famous photographers take visitors on a visual journey through variations on the universal theme of beauty. The more than 50 images in the exhibition plumb the depth of National Geographic’s Image Collection to highlight the loveliest and most appealing photographs, from stunning landscapes and magnificent wildlife to fascinating people and quaint locales.

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

University of Dallas –
Haggerty Art Gallery

1845 East Northgate Drive
Irving, Texas 75062
972.721.5087

The Body Politic
Drawings by Vesna Jovanovic, and the
drawings and sculpture of Jayne Lawrence. Both artists work from metaphorical characterizations of human nature and embodiment, creating fantastic hybrid forms.

Noon – 5 p.m.

11. DENTON

Texas Woman’s University

Department of Visual Arts
East | West Galleries
P.O. Box 425469
Corner of Oakland and Texas Street
Denton, Texas 76204-5469

Closed for Fall Gallery Walk

UNT Art Galleries

Art Building, First Floor
1201 West Mulberry Street
Denton, Texas 76201
940.565.4316

Discoveries of the Meeting Place
This exhibition features the works of
photographers from the United States,
Europe, South America, and Asia.

10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 

 

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