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The galleries of Isabella Court welcome members and guests of ART + PAPER to a mini-gallery crawl beginning at Inman Gallery. Dena Woodall of the [...]
San Francisco artist Nicole Phungrasamee Fein creates intimately-scaled works on paper by laying down strokes of color in in a process more akin to weaving [...]
A champagne toast on Saturday, October 6 at 11 a.m. to celebrate the completion of the conservation of Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen’s Monument [...]
A weekend of events for arts educators at various venues across San Antonio
Dallas Architecture Forum Discussions: Proving the Benefits of Higher Density Live/Work Environments
The challenges of high density considered, including: changing perceptions on density by proving societal and economic benefits, maximizing high density open space, increasing access to [...]
Award-winning Canadian architect and the founder of “Ghost” Laboratory Brian Mackay-Lyons will speak at the DMA.
Pottery, prints, photos and even living room furniture will give a glimpse into the life and work of longtime University of North Texas Regents Professor [...]
A selection of performance video works by: Adan De La Garza, Tobias Fike and Matt Harris, Kate Gilmore, Leslie Hall, Casey McGuire, Wura-Natasha Ogunji, Linda [...]
Martin Gayford, the British critic, writer, and curator shares what he observed throughout his extended sittings and the relationship that he inevitably developed with the [...]
Artwork by current members of the El Centro College Fine Art Faculty.
“Images of the typical Mexican-American’s life, iconography, and beliefs. My objective is to bring people together, with sentimental, satirical, sarcastic, and comical themes.”
Circuit12 & Red Arrow Contemporary’s HUGE ART PARTY complete with vendor booths, live performances, DJ Sets, video installations, complimentary beer, food trucks, live screen printing [...]
Frey presents bowl-like containers, which have been “fulfilled” with densely packed contents. Taylor’s ceramic sculptures are about specific Texas places: people, buildings, cities, and regions.
Jennifer Caine and Joshua Goode erect a 12 foot hexagonal column of light.
A multimedia performance that examines sex, masculinity, and the tourist mentality along the Texas/Mexico border. Suggested for audiences 18 and up, 30 minutes, with a [...]
Members of the Texas Association of Schools of Art Conference focus their creative energy on one square foot each.
A tribute to Dallas artist and SMU professor Bill Komodore focuses on the his biblically-related art.