Art Hungry Grapevine, TX Hopes to Fill New Convention Center with DIY Art Fair August 4

Art-Hunger, a new organization formed by Nick C. Kirk, John Worley and Mike Moffatt, is planning monthly indoor art markets for the newly refurbished Grapevine Convention/Visitors Bureau & Museum Complex at 636 S. Main St in Grapevine, TX, between Dallas and Ft. Worth. For a $30 registration fee, artists of all types will be granted a 10×10 booth for the one-night events on a first come first served basis. The group’s first event is scheduled for august 4th from 10am-6pm. Kirk, who does (did?) street art as TRAIN, is also opening the new Molten Metals Foundry in Grapevine. His show Blatantly Garish is up at Mokah gallery in Dallas until July 28.

The beautiful, but empty, Grapevine Convention Center, hungry for art

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3 responses to “Art Hungry Grapevine, TX Hopes to Fill New Convention Center with DIY Art Fair August 4”

  1. This is going to be an amazing day for everyone involved! If you love art, don’t miss out!

  2. Art-Hunger is always looking for artists to show across the DFW metroplex. Go to http://www.Art-Hunger.com and http://www.facebook.com/TexasArtHunger for more information, shows and registrations.

  3. Wonderful idea!! There are so many great artists that just need a place to display their art.

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