Events by Region
March 2 through September 15, 2013
Lacquerware, inlaid with tiny flakes of gold, silver, and mother of pearl, was one of the highest forms of art among aristocratic Japanese families; it was used in gifts and dowries, family heirlooms, and collections.
January 23 through September 15, 2013
Since 2003, the McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum has purchased one or two works of art for the McNay's collection at the group's annual fall View & Vote. Acquisitions on view include works by John Miller, Ed Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, John Fraser, Susie Rosmarin, Lesley Dill, Sandy Skoglund, Chakaia Booker, Roger Shimomura, Lance Letscher, Whitfield Lovell, and Radcliffe Bailey. MCCF's selection for 2012 is a large color photograph by Brazilian artist Vik Muniz.
May 10 through July 20, 2013
A Group Exhibition of University of Dallas Alumni Clay Artists curated by Ceramics Professor, Dan Hammett. This University of Dallas Alumni exhibition displays the work of fifteen undergraduate, graduate students, alumni and faculty.
February 10 through September 1, 2013
A model pavilion made by Chinese artisans that demonstrates traditional Chinese carving and fine furniture techniques. No nails were used to build this model of The Ten Thousand Springs Pavilion (Wan Chun Ting), a celebrated example of classic Chinese architecture, which still stands in the Forbidden City in Beijing, China. It was built in about 1420 and rebuilt in 1533.