Too Much is Never Enough: Dallas Art Scene Panel at CentralTrak TONITE!

“500X in a Box,” box of a single work by every member of 500X in 1989. Charles Dee Mitchell Collection.

“500X in a Box,” box of a single work by every member of 500X in 1989. Charles Dee Mitchell Collection.

CentralTrak, the UT Dallas artist residency program is hosting yet another panel discussion on the health and future of the Dallas art scene tonight, Thursday, May 2, at 7 p.m.

Panelists this time around include Peter Doroshenko, Executive Director at the Dallas Contemporary; Kevin Ruben Jacobs is the owner of Oliver Francis Gallery; Artist Lucy Kirkman, a  member of Socialized Contemporary Artists Bureau Collective (S.C.A.B), and conspirator in DTFU, an alternative gallery space in Dallas; and Richard Patterson, YBA, an artist currently based in Dallas, Texas.

The moderator will be Leigh Arnold, who ought to know-she’s  coordinating the Dallas Museum of Art’s Dallasites: Charting Contemporary Art, 1963 to Present project. The talk is just another gem in CentralTrak’s NEXT TOPIC lecture series.

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