A one day group exhibition curated by Stephen Lapthisophon. Featuring Artists Hannah Hudson, Hayley Fowler, Lana Paninchul, Apophenia Underground, Michael Mazurek, Michael Wynne, Pierre Krause, [...]
Author: Bill Davenport
46 visual artists express their experiences with love (good or bad), in conjunction with The Hardy & Nance Street Studios 3rd Saturday open studios.
A survey and an archive of memories in the North Texas landscape by a candidate for an MFA at The University of North Texas in [...]
A video and lens-based installation interrogates the relation of photographic imaging and objectification.
Historical photos capturing the history of Wichita Falls.
Exploring the spaces between reality and imagined perceptions where characters bear witness to an internal narrative of memories and relationships. This exhibition features three artists that [...]
100 artworks from Austin-area artists, galleries, museums, and art organizations displayed throughout the first three floors of City Hall, with special exhibits by Mondo Gallery [...]
Cox lives and works in Phoenix. Folk culture and temperate weather have heavily influenced his work. Ramirez, a Monterrey, Mexico native, works to discomfit his [...]
Water-centric prints, paintings, and more.
Surreal and abstract imagery influenced by science fiction, to graphic novels, animation and music.
A free panel discussion moderated by Perot Museum Landscape Architect Coy Talley reviews the growth and change Dallas has made since 2000. Panelists are Brent [...]
In the 1970s, three pioneering young artists, Norman Rene Avila, Donjon Evans and George Horner, formed the San Antonio Museum of Modern Art (SAMOMA), which [...]
A zany mixed bag of happy urban myth and late American culture, gleaned from the internet junk heap, vintage magazines and advertising.
Works in photo realistic, life size, cast and painted plaster (Hydrocal), working with the themes of addiction and human frailty.
A gritty perspective on the physicality of our emotions featuring works by Tim Gonzalez, Cecelia Johnson, Jonatan Lopez, and Patrick Turk. Guest curated by arts [...]
The Beehive Collective from Maine stop in to show a big collective drawing about globalization in the western hemisphere. Presentation at 6 p.m. They’ll be [...]
A lecture by Tony Payan, Ph.D.Baker Institute Scholar for Immigration and Border Studies, Rice University with Fernando Brito Mexican photojournalist and photography editor at El [...]
A monthly latino-themed program presented by Puro Chingon Collective. 7-8pm Curated Pre-show shorts. 8-9:45 a screening of Y Tu Mamá También. 9:45-10pm Trivia Contest. Everyone [...]
In conjunction with the Ransom Center’s current exhibition Arnold Newman: Masterclass, KUT producer Rebecca McInroy moderates a panel with Roy Flukinger, Ransom Center Senior Research [...]