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Art39 Mesquite ISD Art Educator Exhibit/Sale in November


Mesquite ISD is having it’s 2nd annual Art39 Art Educator exhibit/sale. Proceeds provide Mesquite ISD Art students with scholarships. Here is a link to the event: 


The reception is Thursday, November 10 5:30 –7 at The Gathering at Corner Theatre 214 W. Davis, Mesquite, TX 75149. The event is FREE.

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Register for Session 6 at CAC (plus Creativity Raffle)

Classes begin the week of October 24th.

Click here to get your spot today…

If you can’t sign up for a full class, why not take a workshop?
Workshops include:

Stained Glass

 – Sunday, October 23rd

Romantic Wraps

 – Sunday, October 30th

Holiday Glass Ornaments

 – Monday, November 7th

iPhone Photography

 – Sunday, November 13th

Chickens & Roosters (mosaic)

 – FridaySunday November 18th-20th and many many more

Creativity Raffle – – Purchase your tickets!

Click here

to purchase your tickets!

Creative Arts Center 50 
Center Yourself
Est. 1966 Octavio Medellin
Creative Arts Center of Dallas, 2360 Laughlin Drive, Dallas, TX 75228

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Geometric Gala at The Geometric MADI Museum Oct. 21


The Eighth Annual Geometric Gala will be held on Friday, October 21st. Catering will be provided by Ellen’s Southern Kitchen. Entertainment for the evening is The Texas Gypsies. Purchase tickets today to hold your place.

Tickets for a drawing of Ricardo Paniagua’s artwork will be available at the event. A silent auction will be held to benefit the museum.

October 21
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm


The Space
171 Oaklawn Ave.
Dallas, TX 75207 United States


The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art
(214) 855-7802

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Art of the Guitar Auction Oct. 22 at Kettle Art


Kettle Art Gallery and Foundation 45 join forces to present “Art of the Guitar”on October 22, 2016 at 7:00pm at Kettle Art (2650-B Main Street).

This one night only event featuers a live auction of donated guitars transformed into works of art by forty-five North Texas artists. Some instruments will remain intact and playable, while others will not. The final artworks reflect the characteristic style of each of the artists. All proceeds will fund mental health and addiction services provided in Deep Ellum by Foundation 45. This event is free and open to the public. Complimentary refreshments will be served.

Examples from ‘the Art of the Guitar 2011’ pieces by Barry Kooda (skull) and by Corey Godfrey (yarn). For more information, please visit:www.Foundation45.org

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2016 Art Mart at the Bath House Application Deadline Oct. 17


Art Mart – 2016 Call for Applications

The Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center are seeking applications for the 2016 Art Mart, which will take place on the weekend of November 18-20, 2016. Artists who would like to be considered for the Art Mart are invited to fill out an application online at https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=3725

 by the submission deadline. FREE to apply. VIEW MORE INFO


The complete Art Mart Rules and Guidelines can be found at www.bathhousemedia.com/artmart.htm

APPLICATION DEADLINE Monday, October 17, 2016

Please contact the Bath House Cultural Center at (214) 670-8723 if you have questions.


Since 2003, the Art Mart has showcased the art of local and regional artists working in a variety of styles, including painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics, pottery, mixed media art, jewelry, mosaics, glass, and other media.

Proceeds of the Art Mart benefit the participating artists and the Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center, a non-profit organization that supports year-round visual and performing arts programs at the center.

The Bath House Cultural Center is a facility of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs that is dedicated to fostering the growth, development and quality of multi-cultural arts. The center emphasizes innovative visual and performing arts as well as other multi-disciplinary events throughout the year.

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Help a North Texas Artist today!!!


North Texas artists need your support!  To show your support, we hope you will make a gift to the Emergency Artist’s Support League.  As you probably know, visual artists and visual arts professionals often live within narrow financial constraints, even in the best of times. A medical crisis, fire, or other emergency can result in catastrophe.

In response, artists and arts professionals joined together to found EASL (Emergency Artists Support League) in 1992. EASL is operated by a 100% volunteer Board of Directors, allowing for maximum funds to be distributed to artists in need. Since its conception, EASL has provided over $475,000 in grant assistance to North Texas area visual artists and visual art professionals.

We want you to know that we are currently busy at work on new EASL initiatives; including new PR materials, a new website at EASL.US, and the distribution of a bi-annual E-Newsletter. In addition, new programs at area galleries, universities, and museums are being considered and will be rolled out later this year. Of course, the ever-popular Art Heist Art Auction will again bring artists and art collectors together in April 2018 to support local artists in need. We have great plans for the coming years, and we look forward to your participation as an EASL ambassador in our community.

The success of any organization is due in greatest measure to the support that it receives from the community it serves.  That is why we hope that you will support EASL today with a 100% tax-deductible contribution.  Donating is easy through our website at  EASL.US


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Dinner in White fundraiser for Granbury Arts Alliance Sept. 24


Granbury Arts Alliance Presents its First Annual Dinner in White

September 24 7-9pm

What happens when a pop-up dinner and flash mob converge at a beautiful outdoor location amidst public art near the Historic Granbury Square? Join the Granbury Arts Alliance (GAA) for their Annual Membership Drive and first annual “Dinner in White” picnic to find out!

On September 24th, at the Langdon Center lawn (one block east of the Square), you are invited to join the GAA and about a 100 of your closest friends from 7-9pm (set-up may begin as early as 6:30pm) for dinner and dancing amid art and the stars. There’s a caveat though…

This fabulous evening will be modeled after an event that started in Paris in 1988 and has since become an international sensation – a dinner attended in elegant, all white attire, with all white table settings. Each participant brings their own setup (tables 28”-32” square, chairs, or a picnic blanket), and food and beverages (wine and beer are fine). If you want to attend but don’t feel inclined to cook, order your food to go in advance from one of the partnering local restaurants on the Square (see list of participating establishments).

That same evening, the Galleries of Granbury will be having their Last Saturday Gallery Night beginning at 5pm… Check out the art first, pick up your dinner-to-go, ride the free tram over to the Langdon Center and prepare to eat, drink, and dance the night away to live music on the gorgeous stone patio under the amazing oaks.

When the event is done, everything packed in is packed back out, and the property is left as pristine as before…Now go find those white pants and loafers you’ve been hanging onto since 1978 – you just knew you’d eventually need them again!

There is a preregistration required of $10/person – which may be applied in full towards a GAA membership should you choose to be a part of GAA’s year round activities.

For Registration:  www.granburyartsalliance.org

These wonderful eateries on the Square have partnered with us and will give Dinner in White participants the opportunity to order and buy their meals in advance. The restaurants will individually let folks know if they have special choices designed for the event or if the whole menu is available. So please, give them a call, and pick up your order on the way to a wonderful evening.1890 Grille–Christina’s–Ketzler’s–Pearl Street Station–Paradise Bistro–The Filling Station–Farina’s

Your Private Collection Art Gallery

106 N. Houston

Granbury, TX 76048

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Join us for CADD’s Annual Mystery Dinner: Sat., Sept. 24


Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas
Mystery Dinner & Scholarship Fundraiser
Saturday, September 24    7:00-10:00 pm
Back by Popular Demand! Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas invites you to its highly successful fundraiser, EAT YOUR ART OUT, on Saturday, September 24, 2016. Add a little mystery to your weekend with CADD’s fifth annual mystery dinner! The evening promises to be a unique, fun and adventurous experience. Proceeds from this event fund the CADD Scholarship to a graduating senior from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and other CADD Educational Programs. This is innovative fundraising at a great price!
EAT YOUR ART OUT includes cocktails and dinner at a mystery destination from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Dinner destinations differ but may include a collector’s home, an artist’s studio, a CADD member gallery, or another artistic, yet unknown location in Dallas.
TICKETS are $100 per person and will be on sale through midnight Thursday, September 22. To prevent dinner partners from being assigned a different venue, buyers MUST PURCHASE A PAIR OF TICKETS rather than 2 individual tickets. Participants must provide their contact information (this is mandatory) upon registration so that we can notify guests regarding their mystery destination.  Seating is limited and varies at each location.

HOW IT WORKS On Friday afternoon, September 23rd, all ticket holders will be contacted with their Mystery Dinner location. Cocktails will begin PROMPTLY at 7:00 p.m. at your location followed by dinner.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW through midnight Thurs, Sept 22

 Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas

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Support the Arts on North Texas Giving Day Sept. 22nd



North Texas Giving Day is an online giving event for people across the nation (and the world!) to come together to raise as much money as possible for North Texas nonprofits on one day: September 22, 2016. In seven years, North Texas Giving Day has pumped $119 million into the North Texas community. In 2015, $33 million was raised through more than 118,000 gifts benefiting 2,020 nonprofits. (from the website)

To find the arts organizations you wish to support, go to https://northtexasgivingday.org/categories/arts-culture-humanities.



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Preservation is the ART of the City


Preservation is the ART of the City

Presented by Historic Fort Worth, Inc

September 8 – 24, 2016

Fort Worth Community Arts Center


Each September Historic Fort Worth, Inc. produces a month-long, multi-pronged event called Preservation is the Art of the City™ at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy Street. In its 14th year, the primary component is an art show and sale that runs the entire month. Recognizing that great cities need studio artists who can earn a living, the artists in this show set and receive the fair market value for each of their artworks, which represents 65% of the total sales price, with the remaining 35% going to HFW as a charitable gift from the patron. Artists have the option of entering works into a special section called Stories of the City. During the month thousands of people visit the show. The following list of HFW events and programs occur within the gallery space. Each exposes new audiences to works by talented regional artists. Featured Artist: John Hartley.

Events at Preservation is the Art of the City™ September 9-24 FWCAC Hours

  • Party with the Artists September 8 6:30 to 9:00
  • Art Show & Sale Through Sept. 24 FWCAC Hours**
  • Gallery Night September 10 5:00 to 10:00
  • Cantey Lecture & Preservation Awards September 22 6:30 to 8:00
  • City Build: A Family Event September 24 11:00 to 3:00

Special events during the month include the Party with the Artists, Gallery Night, the Cantey Lecture & Preservation Awards, and City Build- a family event.

Purchase tickets today!

New this year: Art Raffle! Remember last year when you were having so much fun that your favorite piece of art sold before you got around to making your purchases? This year, you could win the opportunity to purchase one piece of art before everyone else does!

Get your raffle tickets here!

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Rising Star Exhibition & Fundraiser at Turner House Sept. 17 & 18



Event Will Showcase 11 Emerging Artists Nominated by Top Dallas Galleries

DALLAS – August 25, 2016

Turner House, (the Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts) will present its fourth “Rising Star” exhibition and fundraiser September 17 and 18 at the historic Oak Cliff home.

Eleven prestigious Dallas galleries have each nominated one emerging Texas artist who is not yet represented by a gallery to be in the group show. Participating galleries and nominated artists are:  Barry Whistler Gallery (Cassandra Black); Conduit Gallery (Lindsey Brown); Craighead Green Gallery (Angelika Ejtel); Galleri Urbane (Lynné Bowman Cravens);  Holly Johnson Gallery (Megan DeSoto);  JM Gallery (Jenna Fredde); Kirk Hopper Fine Art (Analise Minjarez); Liliana Bloch Gallery (Christina Kellum); Mary Tomás Gallery (Nik Hermanovoski); Russell Tether Gallery (Jody Martin); and Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden (Melissa Mohammadi).

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This year’s theme for Rising Star is Then and Now as the organization is celebrating the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts. A fundraiser reception will be held Saturday, September 17 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. and will include speakers David Dike and Ted Kincaid. Ticket prices are $85 per person ($50 for Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts members.) Sponsorships are available and tickets may be purchased at the door. A public reception will be Sunday, September 18 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at Turner House, 401 N. Rosemont, Dallas, 75208.

According to artist Kenda North, co-chair of the event, the 100-year-old Turner House has a long history of showcasing Texas artists.  “Rising Star is an effort to continue that tradition and draw attention to some exciting new artists who are just beginning to gain attention in the art community, including such past Rising Stars as Diana Antohe, Spencer Evans, and Shawn Samuell,” she said. “This year is especially exciting with David Dike Fine Art exhibiting “Rising Stars” from the 1920s.”

Turner House has been hosting art exhibits for more than 80 years, including recent exhibits highlighting works of The Dallas Nine, Women Artists of the Texas Centennial, and works by contemporary Oak Cliff artists. Located in the Winnetka Heights section of Oak Cliff, Turner House promotes the arts, celebrates life events, fosters community connections, and preserves history. It is known for its annual Salon Series, celebrating music, art, and architecture, as well as free community-focused events such as Movies on the Lawn. The organization received the 2013 Stewardship Award from Preservation Dallas for its decades-long commitment to historic preservation.

For sponsorships and tickets to the “Rising Star” fundraiser, visit www.turnerhouse.org.

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Join PPHM for Heart of Texas Art Weekend Aug 26-28, 2016


Our friends at the PPHM have put together a great and unusual event for Texas Art lovers.  Grab the opportunity to join Tricia and me for a Summer weekend in the Panhandle. Don’t forget, you’ll enjoy Texas coolest nights as well!  — Jeff Sone, PPHM Board Member
Friday, August 26th, Donor reception, 5:30pm
Saturday, August 27th, Public Brunch, 10 am – noon
Sunday, August 28th, Walking Tours, 10am

Reservation deadline is August 19
FMI on the Aug 26-28 weekend
call 806.651.2242 or click here

FMI about CASETA visit our website www.caseta.org

CASETA, PO Box 3792, San Angelo, TX 76902

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Arlington Museum of Art: Saturday July 23 Events

Upcoming Events @ The AMA:
Arlington Museum of Art is hosting a free open door, open mic at our F-Stop Cafe this Saturday from 10:30 to 4:00. The cafe event highlights our current exhibit, Vivian Maier: Lost and Found. No need to RSVP, just come over and we will get you set up. We look forward to hosting you!
Chipotle Fundraiser – Saturday, July 23rd
Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support Arlington Museum of Art. Come in to the Chipotle at 1390 S. Cooper St. Suite 100 in Arlington on Saturday, July 23rd between 11:00am and 10:00pm. Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Arlington Museum of Art.

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Infinite Kamme Art Scholarship Art Show and Gabby Devore Benefit call for artists

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We are still accepting submissions for artists to be a part of the juried exhibition in the gallery and/or have a booth in the Art Fair in the Square to benefit both the endowment of the Kamme Art Scholarship administered by the Sanger Education Foundation and Gabby Devore, the first recipient of the scholarship this year who was in a car accident and suffered a traumatic brain injury.


Located at 304 Bolivar, Sanger, Texas (940) 300-6551


For artist submissions contact Ginger Cochran


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ArtLoveHeal’s art auction to support Global Health Arts Night June 24


You may not think of your local family doctor as an “international person of mystery,” but in fact, physicians across D/FW travel to extremely remote corners of the world to treat those in need. artloveheal: 
The Global Health Arts Night (www.artloveheal.orgis a unique art auction and exhibit that features works and photographs collected from the most remote corners of the world where local D/FW physicians serve and learn.  Further, through story, dance, and music we intend to transport you to remote regions of Uganda, Ghana, Zambia, India, Thailand, and Honduras where we work.  All of the funds raised at the event will go towards medical supplies and service-learning scholarships.
ArtLoveHeal: The Global Health Arts Night
June 24 at 7PM
Kent & Co – The Space: 1309 S Adams St, Fort Worth, TX 76104
Visit www.artloveheal.org for tickets

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Art Ball 2016 raises $1.3 Million for the DMA



DALLAS – May 2, 2016 – The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) hosted Art Ball 2016: Art + Architecture with more than 400 guests on Saturday, April 23, 2016, at the Dallas Museum of Art. Ann and David Sutherland served as this year’s Art Ball Co-chairs.

Guests arrived to a red architectural display of the Dallas skyline and an oversized blueprint of the DMA that served as a step and repeat, which touted Entertainment Sponsors Nancy and Richard Rogers; Silent Auction Sponsors Jennifer and John Eagle;

Red Carpet Sponsor Neiman Marcus; Patron Party Sponsors Forty Five Ten and The Joule Hotel; After Party Sponsor Stanley Korshak; Security Sponsor Sidley Austin LLP; Auction Sponsor Christie’s; Dinner Sponsors Peggy and Carl Sewell; Invitation Sponsor Dallas Art Fair; Travel Sponsor Durham Family Foundation; Financial Services Sponsor J.P. Morgan; and Goldman, Sachs & Co. as the Catalogue and Program Sponsor. 

During the cocktail hour, guests sipped on mixology cocktails from Luxury Cocktail Sponsor Belvedere Vodka and Hennessy Cognac while they bid on an eclectic mix of experiences, art and gorgeous decorative items curated by Silent Auction Chair, Gonzalo Bueno. Top bidding was on Nicolas Alquin’s Diapason sculpture, featuring old oak with burned patina and lime, and a Presidential Live Oak, grown at the prestigious ranch of President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush in Crawford, Texas.

At 7:45 p.m., a 30-foot tall curtain dramatically opened revealing another Todd Events masterpiece of contemporary reds, greens, and yellows.  Sprays of yellow florals, moss drenched chandeliers, and oversized head tables in the shape of a plus sign tied the room into a sensory wonderland. 

The Dallas String Quartet provided lively and electric dinner entertainment while patrons feasted on a multi-course dinner catered by Cassandra Fine Catering, which included lobster, duck and fish courses.  The live auction, assembled by interior architectural designer Trisha Wilson and sponsored by Christie’s, proved spectacular with items including a Dallas sports package, Napa Valley Wine country getaway and an African Safari at the Izingwe Lodge, a private South African lodge home on the 82,000-acre Welgevonden Private Game Reserve, located in the Waterburg mountain region.

Following dinner, After Party Co-chairs Rachel and Michael Osburn welcomed guests to the Hamon Atrium and Eagle Family Plaza for Folly at the Art Ball, sponsored by Stanley Korshak and presented by the DMA Junior Associates. DJ Lucy Wrubel and Georgia Bridgwater Orchestra provided music while guests danced and mingled, and tickets were available for entrance into a raffle for the not-yet-released in the United States, Jaguar F-Pace Prestige SUV, courtesy of Automotive Raffle Sponsor Park Place Jaguar



Guests included: Co-chairs Ann and David Sutherland, Dallas Museum of Art Interim Director Walter Elcock, Micki and Mayor Mike Rawlings, Dallas Museum of Art President Catherine Rose, Will Rose, Brian Bolke, Nancy Rogers, Cindy and Howard Rachofsky, Elaine and Neils Agather, Andy Beal, Olya Sinitsyna, Deedie Rose, Peggy and Carl Sewell, Margaret McDermott, Jennifer and John Eagle, Kelli and Allen Questrom, Lance Bass, Candice and Tony Romo, and After Party Co-chairs Rachel and Michael Osburn.

Proceeds from Art Ball directly affect the DMA’s commitment to providing free access to its collection and to a wide range of exhibitions and educational and public programs.   


Established in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is among the 10 largest art museums in the country and is distinguished by its commitment to research, innovation and public engagement. At the heart of the Museum and its programs is its global collection, which encompasses more than 23,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. Located in the nation’s largest arts district, the Museum acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. Since the Museum’s return to free general admission in 2013, the DMA has welcomed more than two million visitors, and enrolled more than 100,000 people in DMA Friends, a free program available to

anyone who wishes to join focused on active engagement with the Museum. For more information, visit DMA.org.

The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of Museum Members and donors, the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.




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BLIND art show benefit May 14 in Bedford


Artsfront, 2816 Central Suite 140 Bedford Texas, Bedford, Texas 76021

The kickoff event for the new Bedford Artsfront project.

Presented by Central Arts of Bedford, we bring you BLIND. A Group art show featuring multiple established local artists from all over the metroplex. Our location in Bedford is right in the middle of Dallas and Ft. Worth offering hassle free parking and an amazing assortment of local eateries.

Come join us for some live music, complementary wine and hors d’oeuvres. Over 20 artists will be announced on the page as well as our music selection. Stay tuned for more details.

All sales will go to help local artist and Huntington Prize nominee Paul Tassone and his family with increasing medical bills. At Central Arts we believe in giving back to our fellow artists as well as our community.
Help us celebrate the opening of our new gallery located at 2816 Central Dr. in Bedford. Show starts at 7:30pm and goes until stops. Any questions or artists looking to participate can contact Joshua Santillan or JC Phrey.

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SWS Annual Fundraiser May 10



Southwestern Watercolor Society May Annual Fund Raiser

Doors open 6:30pm, May 10, 2016

Location: Lovers Lane Methodist Church, Ashbury Hall, 9200 Inwood Road, Dallas, Texas
(northeast corner of Northwest Highway and Inwood Road.)

May is our big annual fund raiser where funds are raised to help support the Annual SWS Membership Show and other SWS activities.
The Live Auction will be headed up by auctioneer Jonesy McConnell and he will auction original paintings by the following artist:
Ron Stephens                 Jo Williams
Michael Holter               Nel Byrd
Priscilla Krejci               Jeff Jenson
Ron Bigony                    Bev Boren
Walt Davis                     Jimmy Magouirk
Gaylord O’Con               Gail Delger
Pat Kochan                    Bob Voges
Naomi Brotherton          Cecy Turner

One Demo Painting by Alvaro Castagnet and Andy Evansen will also be auctioned in the Live Auction.

*This is a great opportunity to get original art work from noted artist for a good price. Bring your credit card or cash.

The Ticket Raffle will include will include original paintings by:

Jeff Good
Jane Jones
Mickey Archer
Michael Borne

Maureen Brouillette

*Raffle Tickets will be available for purchase at the April and May meetings. Raffle Tickets are $5 each and you can purchase as many tickets as you want, only one painting awarded per person.

The Silent Auction will include the personal art book libraries of Jane Jones and Jo Taylor, which includes over 350 art books. Also, Please donate your art supplies, art gear, art CD’s, and other art related art items to the silent auction. Please bring items to the May SWS meeting. Doors open at 6:30pm. Get there early.



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MTV RE:DEFINE 2016 April 8


MTV RE:DEFINE April 8, 2016



Dallas Contemporary
161 Glass St. Dallas TX 75207

Cocktail reception from 7pm | Seated dinner at 8.30pm | Auction at 9pm



1405 Turtle Creek Blvd.
Dallas Texas 75207 USA
+1 214 696 0555


April 8, 2016


Opening Reception: April 7, 5-7PM


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Bedford ArtsFest April 2 (including Trinity Arts Guild artists)


In collaboration with the Bedford Cultural Commission, the City of Bedford presents ArtsFest, an event to promote and celebrate the arts in Bedford. This family friendly festival will feature artists, musicians and performers who contribute to the vibrant heritage of the North Texas region. Enjoy an assortment of food vendors, musical entertainers and art of all shapes and sizes at the historic Boys Ranch Park. In years past, the city has seen a tremendous outpouring of residents and guests supporting this endeavor and we hope to continue with the tradition. In the heart of the city’s cultural district, the fourth annual Bedford ArtsFest will take place April 2, 2016 at the Bedford Boys Ranch Park. The Bedford ArtsFest is a single-day event that adds vibrancy to mid-cities by creating opportunities for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to celebrate the arts of North Texas. http://www.bedfordtx.gov/artsfest/

Admission: Free to Attend
Dates: Saturday, April 2, 2016
Times: 10:00a.m. – 8:00p.m.
Where: Boys Ranch Park, 2801 Forest Ridge Drive Bedford, TX 76021
What: The 4th Annual Bedford ArtsFest, featuring Juried Art Selections, Local and Regional Craft Vendors, an Emerging Arts Display, Family Arts Activities, Live Music & Entertainment and Craft Beer & Wine sales.



Trinity Arts Guild will have a booth inside the festival hosted by TAG artists. Art for sale! You may also purchase Raffle tickets there for the Raffle paintings – this is a fundraiser for TAG.

Demonstrations by artists will be given at the TAG Gallery (ArtsNet building). In addition, TAG artists are participating in teaching arts and crafts at the Kids’ Creativity Room. Plus many TAG artists have their own booths at the ArtsFest.

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Come to the Sunset Soiree at the Bath House on April 16


The Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center is delighted to announce “Sunset “Soirée, An Evening at the Bath House Cultural Center” benefiting the historic landmark building.

Much more than a Dallas icon, the Bath House is the preeminent harbor for the arts, providing musicians, artists, and theatric groups a singular venue to share their creativity with the public.

The evening’s entertainment is head-lined by the Broadway, film and television star, native Texan, Julie Johnson. She will be preforming in the transformed “Splash Club”. Musicians and entertainers will be engaging guests throughout the evening in the various galleries.

Beyond song and music, a Fine Art Silent Auction is planned, featuring selections from talented local artists. Food will be catered by Café Momentum. Many more surprises await guests at this magical and mystical evening.

Event is 7:00 PM to 10 PM.

Admission $100 per person

See http://www.friendsofthebathhouse.org/buy-tickets for purchasing online.

Enjoy the sunset sipping champagne on the Veranda and take part in Dallas’ elegant Art Deco history.

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DMA’s FOLLY AT THE ART BALL April 26, 2016




APRIL 23, 2016    

Park  Place  Dealerships  to  Feature  2017  Jaguar  F-­‐Pace  For  Raffle  During  the  Event  

DALLAS  –  March  7,  2016  —  Folly  at  the  Art  Ball,  presented  by  the  Dallas  Museum  of  Art  (DMA) Junior  Associates,  is  the  inaugural  fundraiser  for  the  DMA  Junior  Associates  and  represents  an   exciting  new  chapter  in  Art  Ball  history.  The  Junior  Associates  have  transitioned  from  hosting  An   Affair  of  the  Art  to  participating  in  the  DMA’s  iconic  Art  Ball  celebration.  By  moving  their  annual   fundraiser,  the  Junior  Associates  will  bring  new  energy  and  excitement  to  the  DMA’s  signature   event,  which  will  be  held  Saturday,  April  23,  2016.  The  DMA  Junior  Associates  Folly,  chaired  by   Rachel  and  Michael  Osburn,  will  celebrate  the  unveiling  of  the  Dallas  Museum  of  Art’s  new   north  entrance  and  Eagle  Family  Plaza.  Folly  will  take  place  partially  inside  the  DMA’s  Hamon   Atrium  and  outside  on  the  new  pavilion.  The  event  will  begin  at  8:30  p.m.,  and  the  attire  is   black  tie  optional.

Designed  by  Todd  Fiscus,  Folly’s  color  palette  will  include  a  clean  and  contemporary  array  of   white,  green,  teak  and  silver.  DJ  Lucy  Wrubel  and  the  Georgia  Bridgewater  Orchestra  will   provide entertainment.

During  the  event,  the  Folly  chairs,  Junior  Associates  Rachel  and  Michael  Osburn,  will  raffle  off  a   2017  Jaguar  F-­‐Pace  Prestige  provided  by  Park  Place  Dealerships  to  benefit  the  DMA.  The  2017   Jaguar  F-­‐Pace  is  a  luxurious  performance  SUV  that  delivers  the  latest  in  technology  and   connectivity  for  the  driver  with  an  active  lifestyle.  The  white  all-­‐wheel  drive  with  a  V6  engine   has  the  lines,  curves  and  proportions  of  Jaguar’s  rich  design  history  and  the  DNA  of  a  sports  car.   This  gorgeous  SUV  comes  with  Jaguar’s  Elitecare  that  includes  complimentary  scheduled   maintenance,  24-­‐hour  roadside  assistance,  and  a  new  vehicle  warranty.  Tickets  for  the  Jaguar   SUV  may  be  purchased  online  at  $100  a  ticket,  and  a  maximum  of  1,000  tickets  will  be  sold.  To   purchase,  please  visit  http://dma.ticketleap.com/folly.

Tickets  for  Folly  at  the  Art  Ball  are  $200  per  person;  VIP  Suite  seating  for  10  is  $3,500  and   Lounge  seating  for  eight  is  $2,000.  To  purchase  tickets,  please  visit   http://dma.ticketleap.com/folly  or contact  the  Art  Ball  Office  at  artball@DMA.org  or   214.922.1353.


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Over  the  past  seventeen  years,  Art  Ball  has  raised  more  than  $24  million  to  support  the  Dallas   Museum  of  Art’s  mission  of  engaging  and  educating  the  community.    2015  alone  raised  more   than $2.4  million  in  gross  revenue  for  the  DMA.  Art  Ball  offers  companies  unique  and   customized  brand exposure  to  an  elite  audience  through  various  sponsorship  opportunities  and   a  luxury  live  auction. The  fundraiser  also  aligns  companies  with  the  DMA’s  mission  and  supports   a  larger  effort  to  provide  special  art  and  educational  programming  for  the  community  of  North   Texas.

Established  in  1903,  the  Dallas  Museum  of  Art  (DMA)  is  among  the  10  largest  art  museums  in   the  country  and  is  distinguished  by  its  commitment  to  research,  innovation,  and  public   engagement.  At  the  heart  of  the  Museum  and  its  programs  is  its  global  collection,  which   encompasses  more  than  23,000  works  and  spans  5,000  years  of  history,  representing  a  full   range  of  world  cultures.  Located  in  the  nation’s  largest  arts  district,  the  Museum  welcomes   over  650,000  visitors  annually  and  acts  as  a  catalyst  for  community  creativity,  engaging  people   of  all  ages  and  backgrounds  with  a  diverse  spectrum  of  programming,  from  exhibitions  and   lectures  to  concerts,  literary  events,  and  dramatic  and  dance  presentations.  In  January  2013,   the  DMA  returned  to  a  free  general  admission  policy  and  launched  DMA  Friends,  a  free   program  available  to  anyone  who  wishes  to  join,  focused  on  active  engagement  with  the   Museum.  For  more  information,  visit  DMA.org.     The  Dallas  Museum  of  Art  is  supported,  in  part,  by  the  generosity  of  DMA  Members  and   donors,  the  citizens  of  Dallas  through  the  City  of  Dallas  Office  of  Cultural  Affairs,  and  the  Texas   Commission  on  the  Arts.

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LORI PUTNAM – ECAA Guest Artist for Mini-Workshop/Demo on April 10

Lori Putnam


April demonstration is moved to Sunday afternoon, April 10, 1:00 pm – to 4:00 pm. This special mini-workshop/demo is a ticketed fundraiser event at $50 in advance. Seating is limited to 75. REGISTER ONLINE HERE.

This Tennessee artist is well known from coast to coast and her workshops and demos sell out quickly….so don’t delay – register as soon as possible.

Recognized for her expressive brushwork, intelligent composition, and superb use of color, Nashville Tennessee native, Lori Putnam paints small to medium-sized works en plein air and creates large paintings in her studio. She travels extensively to paint, teach, and share her work around the world.

Visit Lori’s website to learn more about this gifted artist and view her current portfolio.

Presented by the Ellis County Art Association in Waxahachie.

972-937-3414 ecaa@elliscountyart.net www.elliscountyart.net


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WILD WOMEN FOR THE ARTS: Fundraiser & Happy Hour Celebration at Dan’s Silverleaf


WILD WOMEN FOR THE ARTS: Happy Hour Celebration at Dan’s Silverleaf
Tuesday, April 12, 5-7 PM, Free for WILD WOMEN OF THE ART, Dan’s Silverleaf

The Arts Guild and Greater Denton Arts Council’s newest fundraiser WILD WOMEN FOR THE ARTS is a fun and easy way to make an important contribution to the arts of our community. Since 1980, the Arts Guild and the Greater Denton Arts Council have given over $1.5 million dollars in support to local artists.
This spring, The Greater Denton Arts Council is seeking 100 WILD WOMEN to support the arts. Mix and mingle with 100 of Denton’s wildest arts lovers and enjoy music, drinks, and more! Since 1980, the Arts Council and the Arts Guild have given over $1.5 million to the arts of Denton. By becoming a WILD WOMAN FOR THE ARTS, 100% of your $100 donation funds grants to support the artists and arts organizations of Denton.

Learn more at dentonarts.com/wild_women_for_the_arts

If you are ready to become A WILD WOMAN please download our online registration form and send to admin@dentonarts.com or mail to

Greater Denton Arts Council
400 East Hickory
Denton, TX 76201

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Yavneh Art Benefit & Auction April 10


An Art Event and Silent Auction benefiting The GAP Year Scholarship Fund This original and worthwhile fund benefits one graduating Yavneh student’s year study in Israel. 100% of tonight’s proceeds will support this fund. Sunday, April 10 2-4PM Schultz Rosenberg Campus 12324 Merit Drive Dallas, TX 75251 RSVP and Inquiries 214.295.3500 or info@YavnehDallas.org

Artists: Carole Wolanow, Joram Wolanow and Helen Fogel These local and exceptional artists are adept in a variety of mediums. Over 70 pieces of their unique and modern artwork will be included in this evening’s silent auction. flyer: High T Invitation


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Call for Artists for Sunset Soiree Silent Auction – deadline March 10


The Friends of the Bath House are pleased to announce an open call for submissions to our 2nd Annual Silent Auction. This auction is an essential element of the festivities planned for the April 16, 2016,  Sunset Soirée, and Evening at the Bath House fundraiser, benefiting the Bath House Cultural Center.  

We are very honored that this year’s competition will be juried by outstanding professionals from the DFW art and art business community, Michael Heinlen of JM Gallery and Elaine Taylor of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.

For details on submitting your entries here. FREE ENTRY! Entry Deadline: 3/10/16, Proceeds from this year’s auction will be shared 50/50 with the artists. 

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Funky Finds Spring Fling March 12 – 13


Shop Local • Shop Handmade • Shop Funky Finds

The 8th Annual Funky Finds Spring Flingwill be held March 12th & March 13th, 2016.

Preview the participating vendors on the event website & the Funky Finds Facebook page

SWAG (Stuff We All Get)

Funky Finds shoppers LOVE the charitable raffle we have at each event! All proceeds benefit the Humane Society of North Texas and CASA of Tarrant County, plus they have a chance to win awesome prizes donated by all our vendors!

The first 75 people EACH DAY to purchase 10 or more tickets receive a SWAG bag – a tote bag filled with freebies, samples & coupons.

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Arts Open Call Presended in Partnership with 35 Denton


March 4 – April 16, 2016; FREE

Opening Reception March 4, 5-6 PM Artists and Members Mixer, 6-8 PM Public Opening

Festival Hall, Patterson-Appleton Arts Center

Arts Open Call welcomes hundreds of artists from across North Texas for an interactive installation at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center in historic downtown Denton. Displayed floor to ceiling in the grand hall of the city’s former power plant, over 100 artworks will be selected for exhibition and sale. Selected works will also become part of our online marketplace. 50% of the sale of artworks will benefit the exhibition’s artists while remaining funds will support the education programs of the Greater Denton Arts Council. The opening reception on Friday, March4, will feature performers from 35 Denton music festival and is open to all participating artists, their guests, and the public.


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Call to Artists for Garden/Artisan Show & Benefit April 16th

green veggie platter

Magee-Verplank & Friends

Charity Event April 15th-16th and 18th 2016


The Family Health Center

A Community Dental Care Clinic

and The First Tee of Greater Dallas.


Benefits The Family Health Center and The First Tee Greater Dallas

Get involved and participate in the annual Garden & Artisan Showcase event hosted by Brookhaven Country Club on April 15th, 16th and 18th 2016.  

This is a great opportunity to bring your family, friends and associates together to support our local charity. Established by PGA TOUR Professionals Scott Verplank and Andrew Magee, this non-profit social event has helped thousands of less fortunate children, their families and senior citizens receive counseling and dental care. Over the last twenty plus years, the golf tournament has raised over $1,000,000.00 and the Charity Plant Sale has raised over $50,000 in the past six years. It is through your participation that we will be able to achieve our goals and help fund services so desperately needed.  The Magee-Verplank & Friends Charity Event assists the uninsured and senior citizens of the Farmers Branch and Carrollton community and other metro charities.

We are looking for local artisans to showcase their art on Saturday April 16th  2016. Please provide us with images or description of your art and how it relates to garden life no later than March 15th. Upon acceptance, your booth fee of $75.00 will include a 10×10 space, one covered banquet table, two chairs and 1 boxed lunch (additional lunch can be provided upon request). You may bring you own 10×10 tent or smaller. If you require any electrical, please contact us with details and note that an additional fee may be added. Hours of the event will be 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.  Set up starts at 7:30 am and take down will begin at 6:00 pm.

Upon acceptance, checks are payable to Magee-Verplank Endowment Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Payment will be due by March 31st. Mail to P.O. Box 810831, Farmers Branch, TX 75234 or drop off at the Club and leave at front desk for Monty Worden.

Thanks for your support and participation,

Elizabeth Bingham, Co-Director

ebingham@fhcgolfevent.org    214-850-1405

Paula Spletter, Master Gardener


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For the Love of Kettle Feb. 6


“For the Love of Kettle” is a One Night Only benefit for the gallery that opens at 7:00pm sharp on February 6th. This One-Night-Only, annual fundraiser keeps Kettle Art Gallery operating in the black, allowing us 51 weeks a 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, created by artists that exhibit & support this gallery

All works are sold for $50.00 on a first-come, first-served basis.

Absolutely, no pre-sales are allowed.

This is a show unlike any other! Arrive early to take your place in line for a chance to grab some incredible art by Dallas’ finest artists!


Kettle Art | Deep Ellum | 2650-B Main Street | Dallas, TX 75226



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Nasher’s The Great Create coming April 24


Artists Announced for The Great Create 2016 – Purchase Your Tickets Today


Benefiting Nasher Sculpture Center

Sunday, April 24 / 1 – 4 pm
Nasher Sculpture Center Garden

Purchase tickets online today

Co-Chair Families
Sheryl and Eric Maas and their son, Julian Lisa and John Runyon and their children, Liam and Ivy


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Joe LaBarre Solo Exhibit

Joe LaBarre’s solo show is now on display at Gallery of the Arts in Crumbzz.
January 12th-February 15th.
Reception: February 12th 6-8pm
Gallery of the Arts in Crumbzz
212 S Bois D Arc St, Forney, TX 75218
Hours: Mon – Fri 7:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Sat 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Sun 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM
All gallery viewing is free to the public

50% of sales proceeds from all art sales will go to tornado victims ( Lakepointe Church Disaster Relief Efforts). – https://www.lakepointe.org/disasterrelief/

joseph 2
joseph 1

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CAC’s Empty Bowls Jan. 14




Come join Art After 5 as we travel to CAC (Creative Art Center of Dallas) to again paint bowls for the Empty Bowls program or plates for the CAC Blue Plate Special fundraiser . The CAC will be celebrating it’s 50th anniversary this year. Bring your creative side!! You do not need to be an artist to paint but if you see some styles you may want to copy – bring ideas with you.  THIS IS ALWAYS FUN ! !  Come dressed casually, wear comfortable shoes because we will be sitting in the Clay Dept. painting.

We will be painting the bowls/plates in Building B – right-hand building when you park in the parking lot.  Please enter Building B & go through the Ceramics Department & into the Clay Department.

CAC is a 501(c)(3) non profit corporation & was a Art After 5 beneficiary for 2012, 2013 & 2015.
For more info on CAC please browse www.creativeartscenter.org
For more info about Art After 5 please browse www.artafter5.com


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Cowboy True deadline Jan. 22


Cowboy True Art Exhibit & Auction 2016


Entry Deadline: 1/22/16

The Mission of Cowboy True is to educate the region about the honor, art, and beauty of the cowboy’s daily life.

Cowboy True is a celebration to honor working cowboys and the artwork that comes from their daily lives. During the weekend of  April 1-2, 2016, juried cowboy artists from around the nation will be featured at the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center to display their unique works derived from cowboy life. Categories include: bits, spurs, buckles, jewelry, gun/knife engraving, saddles, boots, trappings/gear, photography, paintings, drawings, sculptures, carving, cowboy cartoons, and pottery. Events for Cowboy True include Friday night artists reception and opening, Saturday daytime activities (and exhibit open to the public) and Saturday night dinner, live auction, and entertainment. All proceeds go to The Forum to assist with programming and mission fulfillment.

Artist Eligibility: 
1)      Juried exhibit:  Please submit a photograph of yourself, the application, and photographs of your cowboy art or gear to be considered for inclusion in the juried exhibit.  Send high-resolution photographs to cowboytrue@theforumwf.org by Friday, January 22, 2016.  Artists who are selected for the exhibit will have a 10 x 10 space to display and sell their pieces.  Upon selection for the exhibit, the artist will be invoiced $105.00 for the display space (jurying fees are non-refundable); included with each space are two tickets to all events, the judging fee for two pieces of art, and inclusion in the event catalogue.  Two pieces of art within the exhibit space may be designated to be entered into the judged art show.  Judging will be done by actual working cowboys.  The fee for the space must be paid by March 6, 2016.  Additional pieces may be submitted for judging at a fee of $30 each; however these pieces must be submitted in a different art category.  Three different artists must be registered in each category for it to be judged.  Cowboy True committee members may not enter pieces to be judged.

2)      Art Auction:  This is a juried auction.  Artists are invited to submit one piece of art to be considered for auction at the Saturday evening event.  On Friday afternoon the guest curators will select approximately 20 from among the submissions which will then be presented at auction.  Artist receives 75% of the auction price of the piece; 25% goes to fund the Cowboy True Exhibit and Art Show.  The Cowboy True curators will set the final reserve price after consultation with the artist.


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SPARK Adventures in Creativity: A Year in Review & Family Days



Bringing You the News of SPARK!

A Year In Review

It’s been an extremely eventful year at SPARK! After our ribbon cutting ceremony in July, things quickly picked up steam. Major strides in programming and fundraising efforts were made possible thanks to our team of dedicated staff, volunteers, instructors and friends. Take a look at our biggest accomplishments this year!

  • Completed the 11,000 square-foot SPARK! prototype housing a 6,000-foot Climb, Crawl, Slide Sculpture as well as visual arts, glass, silk screening, recording and ceramic studios.
  • Provided in-depth creative programming for 1,700 children; 57% of whom came from low-income households
  • Had more than 1,200 volunteers log over 3,700 hours at SPARK!
  • Attracted funding from 15 foundations and corporations
  • Had more than 110 individuals support us with their finances
  • Worked with 15 non-profit organizations and the children they serve

In addition, we hosted four corporate team building events, one wedding reception, four teacher and administrator events as well as our first birthday party.

Welcome Aboard
We’re excited to announce we have a new member on the SPARK! team. Jessica Trudeau has joined our Board of Directors and will serve as Chair of the Programming Committee. She’s currently the Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships at Momentous Institute. She has worked in the field of public health including unintentional injury, HIV/AIDS and child abuse prevention for the previous 15 years. She graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Microbiology and Tulane University with a Master’s in Public Health.

Upcoming Events    

Book your next birthday party at SPARK! during one of the above Family Days. Contact mjamison@sparkdallas.org for availability.

For the most up-to-date news on programming and events at SPARK! like us on Facebook

 or visit the events page here.
Support SPARK!
‘Tis the season of giving! Give the gift of creativity with a donation to SPARK! A donation of $100 will fund the programming costs to enable four students to have a unique creative experience. All donations received by the end of the year will go towards the development and execution of SPARK! programs in 2016. Donations can be made online or checks can be made out to SPARK! and mailed to 1409 S. Lamar Street, Suite 004, Dallas, TX 75215. Rather give goods? Take a peak at our Holiday Wish List. A huge thanks goes out to everyone who already supported SPARK! in 2015. We look forward to an incredible first full year of operation in 2016. See you next year!Sincerely,
Beverly Davis
Executive DirectorOur mailing address is:
1409 S. Lamar St., Suite 004, Dallas, TX 75215


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