SAID (Student Artists in Dallas) is a selection of student work from Abilene Christian University (ACU), Art Department’s Professional Practices course. The artists represented in [...]
Author: Bill Davenport
Los Angeles artist Liz Larner speaks, with a wine reception immediately following the presentation. For information and reservations, email email@example.com. FREE with admission: Adults $10. [...]
Tour notorious Oak Cliff artists’ studios and visit Gallery spaces in the heart of the hood. Included in this year’s mix are Chuck and George [...]
An exhibition of new works by Brandon Araujo, Chris Fulkerson, and Mauricio Menijvar, three artists who take utilitarian or discarded materials and by altering them [...]
Core Fellow Clarissa Tossin‘s photographs of the utilitarian yet creative ways Third Ward residents cover their windows with layer upon layer of foil, bolstered by [...]
Houston artist Bill Davenport, with the help of the Galveston Parks Board’s Beach Cleaning squad, has been gathering truckloads of the finest waterlogged and salt-cured [...]
BFA thesis work TX State University students Sarah Lynne Artale, Julio Barrientos, Jaimee Benson, Lee Benson, Sarah-J. Calvetti, Owen Drysdale, Ashley Neal, Andrea René Kocurek [...]
The latest in the series of themed exhibitions from the Museum’s growing collection of retablos is Nuestra Senora Dolorosa/ Our Lady of Sorrows. Established in [...]
The thesis exhibition for the Studio Art MFA class 2013, representing the culmination of three years of development and work for Janaye Brown, Adriana Corral, [...]
Long, multiple exposure photographs of the traces we leave upon the landscape in our desire for faster modes of travel.
The film follows architect Robert McBride and interior designer Debbie Ryan to discover what inspires their groundbreaking architectural concepts and designs. Tickets $10, FREE for [...]
Danish filmmaker Kaspar Astrup Schröder examines the way that the subculture of parkour interacts with architecture, honing in on urban mobility and the people that [...]
Everett depicts the familiar creatures that inhabit the Texas landscape in woodcuts reliefs.
Colossal, multi-colored sculptures create a sense of awe and curiosity similar to the feelings evoked in him when viewing the circus for the first time.
A trove of small, intimate portraits based on casual pencil drawings of the faces he sees on the streets and in the subways of his [...]
Keri Oldham’s watercolor paintings explore film narratives, death, space and memory.
Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery construct a Tantric Buddhist mandala sand painting during a week long residency.
Chandler illustrates a fantasy of 18th – 19th century French sensibilities: horse drawn carriages, decorated walls, and sumptuous colors.
Artists have been invited to create temporary site referential responses to various spaces in and around the Eastfield College campus. Artists include Willie Baronet, Art [...]
A series of workshops in conjunction with the San Angelo Ceramics weekend: April 18 Dallas artist Randy Brodnax will explore the process of raku, alternative [...]