flyer: Nature Abounds 2017
March 4 to April 23, 2017 The Discovery Gallery
Opening Reception: Sunday, March 5 2 pm to 4 pm
Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park 3601 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (Gate 6)
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Triplets~reborn Opening Reception on Saturday, September 17th, 6:00-9:30 pm.
Small Gallery is celebrating it’s 3 year anniversary with wine, music and art! Three years ago the Small Gallery opened its doors. The first exhibit was “Triplets”. This being our 3 year anniversary it is only fitting that The Small Gallery is opening a show called “Triplets~ reborn” September 17 from 6-9:30. Please join us!
We have three treats for you!
Music: Colin Boyd
singer, songwriter, and all around good guy will entertain us.
Wine: Catherine Missildine
is generously providing wine from the Boisset Collection
Each artist will be sharing three pieces of their original art.
Tim Blackburn, Jim Bowman, Maureen Brouillette, Brett Dyer, Enrique Fernandez Cervañtes, Roberta Masciarelli, Nan Martin, Chuck McCarter, Tina Medina, Jeff Parrott, T. Stone, Jonathan Syltie and Roy Vance.
The Small Gallery is located in the west wing of Valley View @ 13331 Preston Rd., in Dallas (LBJ/Preston).
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Artists are keen observers of life, and many are inspired by the bond humans develop with their animal friends. The ‘Dog Days’ art exhibition will offer a glimpse into the memorable moments when animals become muse. Please join us for an art reception on Saturday, August 20 from 6:00-9:00 pm.
During the reception we will be collecting gently used clean blankets, towels, toys (no rawhide please), and treats for our furry friends to share with Take Me Home Pet Rescue, a local group that is passionate about animal rescue.
Participating artists include:
Rita Barnard, Sarah Barnett, Anya Bosworth, Vicki Charlotta, Brett Dyer, Angela Faz, Enrique Fernandez Cervantes, Sylvia Gaines, Heather Griffin, Rebecca Guy, Yuki Hall, Laurie Mahoney, Patricia McMillan, Margo Miller, Sara Sealander, Madelyn Sneed, Jose Vargas, Cheryl Vorhis, and Marie Williams.
Slant is located inside the west wing of Valley View mall (LBJ/Preston) at 13331 Preston Rd., in Dallas, Texas.
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Partial Lobotomy. Presented by Peep Show.
30+ Artists and Live Painters!
1418 N Riverfront BLVD Dallas, Texas.
Thursday September 1st.
WE ARE TAKING SUBMISSIONS NOW! SUBMIT BY EMAILING US @ PeepShow.Texas@Gmail
Peep Show is looking for Artists and Live Painters of all mediums to be a part of our upcoming show, ‘Partial Lobotomy’, in Dallas Texas on Thursday September 1st. The show will be held at Taboo Lounge in the Dallas. To be considered send at least 3 samples of your work. (short bio optional)
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DALLAS – July 15, 2016 – Are you a local-DFW, art enthusiast? Have you ever wanted to transform a vehicle with an original, artistic design? Well here’s your chance. Let your imagination run wild! Car Wrap City™, Texas’ premier vehicle wrap company, is proud to announce its first annual “Wrapped in Art” Competition, with title sponsor NorthPark Center. The local art competition aims to showcase the creativity and artistic talents of Dallas-Fort Worth residents of all ages. Between July 18 and August 14, 2016, interested participants may submit an original car wrap design in the form of a drawing, painting or digital image. Five finalists will be showcased from August 20 through 27, 2016, at NorthPark Center during the NorthPark Auto Show, and on the Car Wrap City Facebook page. Visitors will be invited to visit the Center and the Car Wrap City page to vote for the winner based on number of likes. Following the NorthPark Auto Show, the winner of the competition will be awarded with a $1,000 cash prize, or a complimentary car wrap (up to $2,500 value).
Awards and Categories
The first place winner, judged based on overall design, skill and theme creativity using the templates provided online, will be awarded a $1,000 cash prize or a free car wrap (up to $2,500 value). Based on age and overall wow-factor, the winner will have the chance to be interviewed for a professional graphic designer position with the Car Wrap City team. A first runner-up prize of $250 will be awarded for overall creativity.
Interested artists are encouraged to submit an original car wrap design in the form of a drawing, painting or digital image, using the provided templates on CarWrapCity.com/Contest. Creativity is encouraged.
How to Enter
Entry dates July 18 – August 14, 2016
All artwork will be submitted electronically on Car Wrap City’s website, via email at WrappedInArt@boltpr.com, or via mail at 501 Elm St., Suite 450, Dallas, TX 75202.
For full contest rules, visit www.CarWrapCity.com/Contest. For general contest questions, email email@example.com.
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The notion that artists work in isolation is a myth. Opinions become discussions, which in turn become stories to be shared and passed along. 6° is a visual conversation begun by Chase Yarbrough through his collaborations with 4 other artists.
Please join us for an opening reception at the Small Gallery on Saturday, July 16, from 6:00-9:00 pm.
Curated by Chase Yarbrough and featuring artists – Future Akins. Kimber Bosse, Arlene Cason, Calab Jack.
Exhibit on display through September 10th.
The Small Gallery is located in the west wing of Valley View at 13331 Preston Rd., Dallas, TX 75240 (LBJ/Preston). For more information on the Small Gallery, please visit our website or find us on Facebook.
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‘Existentialism’ is a solo exhibit featuring the original works of Jonathan Ramirez. Please join us for an opening reception on Saturday, April 16 from 6:00-10:00 pm, during the Dallas Midtown Artwalk.
A note from the Artist:
I explore the process of death in both the human body and spirit. My work approaches the concept of human existence; the idea that our human forms come from the earth and return at death. Life and death exist simultaneously, and neither is to be more feared or celebrated than the other.
Human identity found solely in the physical bodies humans possess and material items used as social markers, run the risk of being rubbed out and dusted away. Human identity is found in the spirit and memories of the being, that they persist after death and decay.
“I’ve always been afraid to die, but I think I’m more afraid to live…”
– Jonathan Ramirez
SLANT gallery is located on the second level in the west wing of Dallas Midtown (Valley View) at 13331 Preston Rd. (LBJ & Preston).
Exhibit will remain on display through Friday, May 13.
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Dance the night away with Mr. Inez!
Exhibit and party at the Small Gallery.
Dust off your dancin’ shoes and come party with the Small Gallery in the West Wing during the April Artwalk! Lovers and supporters of the arts are invited to come and celebrate Texas’ finest Lady Artists. Event is free and open to the public. The Small Gallery is located in the west wing of Dallas Midtown (Valley View) at 13331 Preston Rd. (LBJ & Preston).
Saturday, April 16th
Gallery Open from 6-9pm
Dancing from 7-10pm
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Although it is child’s play, bubbles reveal the color spectrum that we cannot see. In keeping with Stuart Allen’s exploration with light and color, he has taken another step in presenting the color spectrum by photographing the amorphic shapes against the sky. Each bubble makes visible the color we do not see with the naked eye. Artist reception, Saturday, April 30, 2016 from 5-8 PM. Exhibition will run April 30 – June 18, 2016
154 Glass Street, #104, Dallas, TX 75207
Phone: (214) 891-3021
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In conjunction with the release of his monograph, Rooftop, PDNB Gallery exhibits Temkin’s photographs of Eco-friendly rooftop gardens from the United States and Europe. There will be an artist book signing April 30th, from 5 – 8 PM. An essay by John Rohrbach, the Curator of Photography at the Amon Carter Museum, is included in the book. Exhibition will run April 30 – June 18, 2016.
154 Glass Street, #104, Dallas, TX 75207
Phone: (214) 891-3021
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Welcome to 2016 THE UNITED CITY: The Dallas Festival of Ideas, an annual harvesting of big, bold ideas with an eye toward action in helping to shape the city of the future.
For two days in February 2016, the Dallas Festival of Ideas will focus the power of thought on our city’s next century. There will be thought-provoking programs, interactive discussions, live music, visual art and stage performances for all ages, all walks of life, all citizens.
We are thrilled to offer the 2016 Dallas Festival of Ideas for free. Thanks to the generous support of our partners, we can provide complimentary registration to anyone (as space permits). To register for the event and learn more about the limited VIP tickets, please click here.
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The gallery will host an opening reception for their upcoming exhibition “The Oil & Gas Show” on Thursday, Jan. 28 from 6 to 9 p.m. An investigation into the notoriously complex, elusive, political and intoxicating industry that is oil,
“The Oil and Gas Show” touches on issues of labor, finance, cultural variation and industrial development. The exhibition, which will be on view from Thursday, Jan. 28 through Sunday, Feb. 28 at the newly revamped LEVEL GALLERY (formerly WAAS Gallery), aims to expose the intricacies and complexities of the varying perspectives on the industry. It attempts to illuminate and hold in balance the vilification of the industry due to its harsh and real effects on the environment and the quality of many lives, while also illuminating the necessity of the industry and the ethical, intelligent and efficient practices already in place.
Various artists from around the nation will be involved in the kick-off show, including Brian Wagner (Philadelphia, PA), Jonas Criscoe, Thomas Macker (Jackson, WY), Nikki Moser, David Grassman (Pinedale,WY), Liz Appling (Austin, TX), and Dallas-based artists William Messimer and Blake Boettcher.
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Save the Date for IN3’s International Collective DALLAS 2016 artist reception. This event is free and open to the general public. https://www.facebook.com/events/1081968651821645/
Join us in celebrating the Visual Arts January 7th @ 6pm at the Janette Kennedy Gallery – South Side on Lamar, 1409 S Lamar St, Dallas, Texas 75215. Featuring artists from around the world! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
IN3 supports International artists at many levels by offering a range of opportunities to connect, inform, educate and promote the visual arts worldwide. IN3 has The Platform and Support System for artists who seek to establish a strong track record by participating in international exhibitions in galleries, museums and prominent historic venues. Site membership is always free http://www.in3artworldwide.com/getstarted.
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PDNB Gallery is proud to announce its first solo show for one of the great masters of photography from the 20th Century, Elliott Erwitt. This exhibition will include many of Erwitt’s most recognized images, including the reflection of the kissing couple in the car’s rearview mirror; a shot of a Chihuahua, Great Dane and woman’s boots taken from a dog’s point of view, and a candid image of Marilyn Monroe on the movie set of The Misfits. Exhibition will be on view from September 12 to November 14, 2015 with an opening reception, Saturday, September 12th from 5-8pm.
PDNB Gallery pdnbgallery.com/
1202 Dragon St #103, Dallas, TX 75207
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Samuel Lynne Galleries is pleased to announce the opening reception for artist Bernie Taupin’s exhibition Anarchaeology (an-ahr-kee-ol-uh-jee), curated by Karen & Michael Bivins, on September 12, 2015 from 5 – 8 pm. Artist will be in attendance at the opening reception, and the exhibition will be on view through October 23, 2015. For a digital catalogue of Bernie Taupin’s oeuvre, please use this link: http://issuu.com/slg2008/docs/bernie_taupin_issuu_catalogue_
Largely recognized for his longtime songwriting partnership with Elton John, Bernie Taupin continues to delight and surprise even those who think they know him best. In addition to lyricist, musician, producer, author, and award winner, Bernie Taupin is also a serious visual artist. He describes this creative avenue as, “simply the visual extension of what I have spent my life creating through words”.
Anarchaeology (an-ahr-kee-ol-uh-jee) comments on the ability of governments to cause chaos, create and perpetuate poverty and misery, and ultimately destroy civilizations. With titles like Agitate, Disambiguation, Lear In Madness, and Explore Noise, the paintings in this exhibition ignite intense emotion in viewers. The severely contrasting light and dark colors, fragmented edges, and torn middles of these paintings reflect the disturbance and pain of their subjects. There is harmony but it is somewhat harrowing. Viewers are able to draw similarities to the powerfully emotional artworks of Anselm Kiefer, Barnett Newman, Mark Rothko, and Clyfford Still – artists who Bernie Taupin has found a particular kinship with.
Bernie Taupin’s paintings often hover gracefully around the canons of both the Abstract Expressionist and Pop Art movements. His paintings are proof that abstraction can contain emotion, that nothing is off limits, and that painting has the power to be simultaneously violent and lovely. His stunning canvases are composed of abstract shapes, tantalizing color, and cryptic social commentary, captured in multimedia form. A man of limitless creativity, Bernie Taupin uses his alchemical skills to explore the visceral relationships between color and texture through his wide array of media; he often uses acrylic and oil paint, but stretches the standards of conventional media to include wood stains, spray paint, cheesecloth, wax, glass, bubble wrap, metal, and paper. His paintings become a product of his own kind of contained chance, as he controls and manipulates the dripping paint, in a way that almost can’t be contained by the canvas. The canvases in his body of work have been sewn, shellacked, smothered, and splattered upon using his arsenal of studio tools and weaponry.
Bernie Taupin’s artwork has been exhibited nationally from New York to Los Angeles, and his work can also be found in numerous significant private collections throughout the United States. Taupin’s newest exhibition, Anarchaeology (an-ahr-kee-ol-uh-jee) represents yet another evolution of his creative vision.
To schedule an interview or exclusive press preview, please contact
Karen Bivins, Director of Samuel Lynne Galleries, 214.965.9027, Karen@SamuelLynne.com
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CHILL a really cool exhibit Opening Reception Saturday, July 18, 6-10pm
The summer is hot in Texas. SLANT is cooling things off with artist’s interpretations of the word chill. Be cool and come join us at an opening reception on Saturday, July 18, 6-10 pm.
SLANT is located in the west wing of the Dallas Midtown art community at 13331 Preston Rd., Dallas, TX (Valley View @ LBJ/Preston)
Additional view times are Tues-Sat, 1:00-6:00 pm through September 12.
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Abstract vs. Narrative is an art exhibit that will feature photographs as example of narrative, while abstract will be represented by abstract painters. Art is seen, deciphered, enjoyed and experienced differently by each viewer. Narrative art tells a story, abstract art lets you make up your own story.
Join us for an opening reception on Saturday, July 18, 6:00-9:30 pm. Additional view times are Tues-Sat, 1:00-6:00 pm through September 12.
The Small Gallery is located in the west wing of the Dallas Midtown art community at 13331 Preston Rd., Dallas, TX (Valley View @ LBJ/Preston)
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Songwriters are the poets of all times. They are archivists of history and call attention to societal issues by way of well crafted lyrical stories. Narrative artists are also record keepers of events of the past and present.
Listen is a collaboration of the narrative artist and poetic lyricist addressing political, ethical, and social issues. These may have been written about in the past and are still relevant concerns today. The artist will interpret and create a visual representation of these subjects. Though not literal, their work intends to inspire and inform the viewer from a particular perspective.
Join us for an opening reception on Saturday, May 16 from 6:00-10:00 pm. Art on display through July 11.
The Small Gallery is located in the west wing of Dallas Midtown (Valley View) at 13331 Preston Rd., Dallas, TX (LBJ & Preston).
(image: ‘Beware of Darkness 3’ – from a triptych by Robert Moore © 2015)
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DRAWING CLASSES –
BOOTCAMP DRAWING FOR ALL LEVELS
This intense drawing class is planned to start you on a dedicated way to draw every day. We will do large drawings, journal drawings and a take it with you chart for idle moments. This month can immerse you in a new way of seeing and a way to awaken your creative juices.
2 SESSIONS IN JUNE: Wednesday Mornings 10 AM – 12:30 PM
June 10 and June 24 with a lot of homework assignments to suit your level
6 Student Maximum, small class, individual attention, assignments planned for each student’s experience
$30.00 for each class, a deposit of $60.00 will hold your place in class and cover the 2 classes.
There will be follow up classes later in the summer to critique your progress and continue the drawing assignments.
STUDIO 119, 11333 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, TX
Paula Rayer Nemec at 214 969 7350
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The Dallas Center for Photography has created two programs focused on kids and teens scheduled in June and July. Both programs are broken out into different sessions for similar age groups and run over five days.
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Dallas Design District gallery, Laura Rathe Fine Art, announces the exhibition ‘Balance’ featuring new paintings and porcelain installations by Texas contemporary artists, Roi James and Lucrecia Waggoner, with an opening reception on Saturday, May 16th, from 5-8pm.
As a pairing, both artists’ complimentary bodies of work present unique techniques and mediums, as seen in James’s bold, yet meditative oil paintings and Waggoner’s dynamic and organic wall installations in porcelain and precious metals.
The “Balance” collection will be on display through June 20, 2015.
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Zhulong Gallery is pleased to present my shoes, my stove, my life, a solo exhibition of recent digital works on canvas by London-based artist Luke Dowd. Earnest photographs of the artist’s stovetop serve as studies on both life and the formal and physical elements of image making. Evoking reflected light, the most subtle additions of color emphasize the act of technologic image-capture, be it through a scan of an already image, or the flash of a camera. Balanced arrangements and re-arrangements of a pair of the artist’s favorite shoes, a wine glass, various fruits shown from above, mirror the subdued aesthetic.
my shoes, my stove, my life will open on Friday, May 15, 2015 with an artist reception from 6-9P and run until June 20, 2015 at Zhulong Gallery, which is open Tuesday-Saturday 10A-5P. For more information or to schedule a private viewing, email email@example.com.
1302 Dragon Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
Also By Appointment
(469) 248 0345
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Join us at The Small Gallery for a second chance art reception for ‘Hard & Soft’ – an exploration into the use of fiber, stone, metal, ceramic and wood as a creative medium. Reception takes place during the Dallas Midtown Artwalk on Saturday, April 18th, from 6:00-9:00 pm. Exhibit is on display through May 9.
The Small Gallery is located in the west wing of Dallas Midtown (Valley View Center) at 13331 Preston Rd, Suite 2242, in Dallas, 75240. For more information, please visit SmallGallery.com
(Image shown is by artist, Magi Calhoun)
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Did you miss the opening reception last month? No worries, you can join us for a second chance reception of ‘France’ – a solo exhibition by Madelyn Sneed, featuring new original works inspired by the artist’s travels to Paris. Reception takes place Saturday, April 18, from 6:00-10:00 pm during the Dallas Midtown Artwalk. Event is free & open to the public.
In addition to the ‘France’ exhibit displayed in our front gallery, our back gallery includes an installation of postcards from our recent ‘Sincerely Yours’ exhibit, where we received 700 postcards from 300 artists!
SLANT is located on the second level in the west wing of Dallas Midtown (Valley View Center) at 13331 Preston Rd, #2218, Dallas, TX 75240 (Preston & LBJ).
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You’ll enjoy live music, wine and refreshments. Times are from 6PM to 9PM. We’d love to see you there!
The Artists’ Showplace Gallery is located at:
15615 Coit Rd, Suite 230, Dallas, TX 75248,
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OPEN CALL: Liberty & Justice FOR ALL…an exhibit without borders.
Submission deadline is May 1 by 6:00 pm | no entry fee
Please visit website for detailed list of submission guidelines.
If you were taught that you should not talk politics or religion in polite conversation, this exhibit is your chance to speak your mind. With intentional emphasis on ‘For All’ – this exhibit is geared to provide the community with artwork that confronts injustices and considers justices found in our modern world. In an age of social media, satellite, and on sight journalism, we are consistently bombarded with news and views of impactful events. We want to provide the community with a common-ground viewing opportunity that will encourage internal and external dialogue and contemplation on current events taking place locally, globally, and far beyond our borders.
Because ALL lives matter, we are looking for art that reflects the theme and considers the world’s poor, weak, hungry, the radicals, religious, and refugees, human rights, slavery, political views, movers, shakers, spin doctors, givers, takers, lovers, haters, activists, instigators, victims, voters, advocates, promoters, confrontations, concerns, injustices, zealots, protests, the blessed, suppressed, and unaddressed, welfare, war torn, well-being, misunderstood, fleeing, agreeing, and disagreeing, lawful, illegal, violent, peaceful, freedoms, concerned citizens, and governments.
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Please join us Saturday, March 21 from 6:00 – 10:00 pm for an opening reception of ‘FRANCE’ – a solo exhibition by Madelyn Sneed, featuring new works inspired by the artist’s trip to Paris.
Exhibit on display March 21 through May 10. Additional view times outside of reception date are Tuesday-Saturday, 1:00-6:00 pm, and during the April Artwalk on Saturday, April 18 from 6:00-10:00 pm. Free & open to the public.
SLANT is located in the west wing of Dallas Midtown (Valley View) at 13331 Preston Rd, #2218, Dallas, TX 75240 (Preston & LBJ)
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The H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery at El Centro College presents:
“Dwayne Carter: Studies for an irrational.City”
March 19 – April 2, 2015
Reception: Thursday March 26th 4-6 pm
Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery
El Centro College
801 Main Street / Dallas TX 75202
Gallery hours: M-W 10-4, TR 10-7, F 10-3
Dallas-based artist Dwayne Carter has been exploring the spaces in between real and virtual for many years, moving between drawing and painting, photography, video, digital imaging, and graphic design in his ongoing narrative project exploring individual and collective madness.
In his newest project, Studies for an irrational.City, we tour the backdrop of Dallas as a post-apocalyptic city, in which various characters undergo a series of dramatic interactions. Working with expressive oil and pencil paintings, based on both manual and digitally collaged studies, we journey through numerous local landmarks that have fallen into disarray.
No clues are given to help us decide whether ebola, past inequities, or simply apathy have left the Dallas Museum of Art, Dealey Plaza, DART stations and Deep Ellum in ruins. Rebirth emerging out of the ruins is hinted at in a visionary depiction of Fair Park as paradise. Primeval nature is celebrated as an ancillary to the city in ruins. Dante’s trilogy is used as a referent in this series of small painted studies based on the particular features of Dallas.
Studies for an irrational.City is the latest development in Carter’s ongoing Madness photo novella serie, and is a precursor to an upcoming group project that he is curating at the Bath House Cultural Center. This exhibition and the newest of these zines will be available this coming summer. He is a long-time faculty member teaching Multimedia at Richland College in Dallas.
For more information, please contact gallery director Randall Garrett at 214-860-2115.
Image: Dwayne Carter “Study for an irrational.City” (detail) (2015) oil and pencil on wood panel
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CALL for Plein Air Painters – If you are in Dallas or not too far… We’re bringing Montmartre inside Northpark Center. On April 18th from 1pm to 5pm, plein air artists have the opportunity to come together for a day of painting in the unique art environment of the Northpark Center in Dallas, Texas which expects foot traffic at over 40,000 visitors! The NorthPark Center art collection features major works by renowned artists including Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, & Joel Shapiro, among others.
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It’s a fresh and engaging way to present the art of painting that will give the public a whole new way to experience art in the making, meet artists, and make a purchase. Spectators are encouraged to interact with artists, follow their progress, find their favorites, and make their purchase. http://www.northparkcenter.com/pages/northpark-art-collection
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(DALLAS) – National keynote speakers will lead an immersive and engaging discussion on the future of Dallas alongside city leaders and community members Feb. 27-28 during The Dallas Festival of Ideas, which is made possible by Bank of America, presented by the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture and The Dallas Morning News, and produced in part by CrowdSource.
The Dallas Festival of Ideas urges community attendance to create a passionate and informed discussion on how and what will shape the next century in Dallas. The two-day event will begin Friday, Feb. 27 at the Dallas City Performance Hall by highlighting each of the five ideas for a world-class city: The Physical City, The Cultural City, The Innovative City, The Political City and The Educated City.
“This festival is about unveiling the next big idea, and taking that idea and applying it to Dallas,” said Bob Mong, editor of the Morning News. “The Dallas Festival of Ideas is about channeling progressive action. Something tangible will come out of this festival and I’m looking forward to the results.”
Keynote addresses and panel discussions on the various ideas will be delivered at multiple locations in the Dallas Arts District by nationally known speakers and Dallas-area panelists on topics that are essential to the future of Dallas, concluding with actionable next steps to improve the city. Free family programming will also be available at the Winspear Opera House Saturday, Feb. 28, from 9 a.m. until the closing ceremony.
There will also be a free panel open to the public focusing on “How can Dallas attract and retain its creative talent?”, introduced by Mayor Mike Rawlings and led by Southern Methodist University’s Zannie Voss (Booker T. Washington High School, 1 p.m.).
Bishop T.D Jakes will close the Festival at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 28 at the Winspear Opera House.
“This festival brings a diverse group of high-profile, global thought leaders to collaborate with Dallas leaders, as well as those in the broader public realm who want and deserve a voice in the future of their city,” said Dr. Larry Allums, executive director of the Dallas Institute. “Our goal is to ignite and challenge our community to create plans that improve Dallas by using ideas from all ages, cultures, ethnicities and walks of life.”
On the festival’s opening night, each keynote presentation will be followed by an interpretive performance from local artists and performers.
Tickets start at $30, and two-day passes are available for $90. Students with a valid school ID will receive a 50 percent discount. To reserve your tickets or for more information, visit www.thedallasfestival.com or call 214.871.2440.
About the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture
The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture is a 501(c)3 nonprofit educational organization with a 20-member Board of Directors comprised of community leaders. Created in 1980, The Dallas Institute is a center for creative and intellectual exchange, providing enriching programs for the public that are grounded in the wisdom of the humanities, laying the foundation for Dallas to realize its full potential for cultural excellence. The Dallas Institute is located at 2719 Routh St., Dallas, Texas 75201. For information, call (214) 871-2440, or visit www.DallasInstitute.org
About The Dallas Morning News
Established in 1885, The Dallas Morning News is Texas’ leading newspaper and the flagship newspaper subsidiary of A. H. Belo Corporation. It has received nine Pulitzer Prizes since 1986, as well as numerous other industry awards recognizing the quality of its investigative and feature journalism, design and photojournalism. Its portfolio of print and digital products reaches an average daily audience of more than 1.1 million people and includes online news and information sites; iPhone, Android and iPad apps; Al Día (www.aldiatx.com), the leading Spanish-language publication in North Texas; neighborsgo (www.neighborsgo.com), a consumer-generated community news outlet; and Briefing, the free, home-delivered quick-read. In addition to the editorial drivers within the Morning News, CrowdSource (www.thecrowdsource.com) was created as an independent business division to assist event organizers and producers with its operational, marketing and promotional needs. To advertisers, the portfolio of products is represented by DMNmedia (www.DMNmedia.com), the marketing solutions group of The Dallas Morning News, Inc. For more information about the publication and its entities, visit www.dallasnews.com.
CrowdSource is a Dallas-based events company that partners with local, regional and national organizations to engage audiences by creating impactful consumer experiences. As part of The Dallas Morning News, CrowdSource owns and produces events ranging in scope from entertainment and sports to education and the arts. For more information, please visit www.TheCrowdSource.com.
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Wish you were here, but wherever in the world you are, we’d love to hear from you! Please join us in our mission to provide the Dallas community with a global view of the arts by sharing one or more postcard sized creations with us for our ‘Sincerely Yours’ exhibit. Your donated art postcard(s) will be used to help us introduce artists from around the world to our Dallas, TX community, and also to help our volunteer artist collective with our 2015 efforts to provide thought-provoking exhibits, encouraging inspiration and art appreciation through a gallery setting.
Artists, poets, photographers, creatives of all mediums and genres are invited to participate. All postcards will be priced for sale at $25 (+Texas state sales tax). Proceeds from sales will be used to continue SLANT’s efforts as a volunteer artist collective and artist run gallery, hosting exhibits that are free and open to the public for viewing.
Opening Reception: Sat., Feb. 21, 2015 | 6-10pm
(exhibit opens during the Dallas Midtown ArtWalk)
Exhibit on display February 20 through March 15, 2015
Additional View Times: Fri. 6-8pm, Sat. 12-6pm, Sun. 12-4pm
P.S. – Stuff to know…
There is no entry fee. All entries accepted. Size: 4 x 6” or 6 x 4” (cardstock, or material that can be postmarked/mailed).
Entry Deadline: Saturday, February 14, 2015
(this is not a postmark date!) To confirm if your work has arrived, watch our website (slantx.weebly.com) where we will list participating artists.
Print the following info somewhere on the back of your card art:
• Your Name
• Contact Info (email or ph#)
• website (if available)
A list of participating artists will be posted on SLANT’s website and will also be made available to gallery visitors on a printed list. If you share your website address with us, we will link back to it through our website, and include it on the printed list.
Mail entries to:
c/o Sincerely Yours
13331 Preston Rd., #2218
Dallas, TX 75240
email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Recycling, reusing, and repurposing has long been an important issue. We have become a “throw away” society. Excess has become a way of life. When is enough going to be enough?
In response to wasting our natural resources, many artists have become assemblage sculptors and painters.
This exhibit honors those artists who have expressed themselves creativety through the use of mixed media and recycled materials.
December Artwalk Reception, Saturday, December 20, 6:00-9:00 pm
Exhibit runs through January 10th
Mirtha Aertker, Anthead, Angie Bolling, Dr Deborah Boelter. Jim Brightwell, Vicki Charlotta. Sheila Cunningham, Karen Jacobi, Norman Kary, Walter Gray Lamb, Roberta Masciarelli, Margo Miller, Robin Ragin, Darlene Schaper, Chase Yarbrough, Vet
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