February 19, 2016 | 8–11 pm
The Champagne Room is a celebration and exploration of the release of comedic performance rapper Champagne Jerry’s new album “The Champagne Room.” The performers will inhabit a world of cheap gold, dance, and lush extravagance (and Champagne, obviously).
“A discussion on art, bacteria, and how the two are related.”
CentralTrak presents the French artist Loris Gréaud in conversation with UTDallas professor Frank Dufour.
“Sticks is a musical composition described as “any number of musicians making sounds with sticks of various kinds.” In this case, five musicians from Dallas...Read More
For this show curated by Taro-kun, the gallery will function as a reading room for over 100 artist-published zines from around the world.
An exhibition comprised of nine Texas artists who are CalArts alumni. Curated by Robin Myrick, a writer and artist based in Dallas, this exhibition brings...Read More
A program of experimental music curated by the Denton group Ex Mus featuring Composer and clarinetist Jeremiah Cymerman with guests Joshua Westerman, Ryan Fellhauer, and...Read More
An MFA exhibition including a variety of video installation works by artist and CentralTrak resident Jesse J. Griffith that capture moments of personal solace.
An M.F.A. exhibition by interdisciplinary artist Bradley Cruse using film and gaming technology to detail the impact of chance on the human psyche and examine...Read More
A discussion with Houston-based multidisciplinary artist Nathaniel Donnett, moderated by Vicki Meek. Donnett will talk about the roots of his work within the framework his...Read More
A performance by artist Mary Walling Blackburn.
A screening of recent work by experimental media artist Evan Meaney concerning ghosts, glitches, and the computationally undead. Meaney will be in attendance to present.
A series of writings promoted as an exhibition? CentralTrak’s curator-in-residence Leslie Moody Castro will have weekly articles in DMagazine exploring value and the visual arts,...Read More
A talk on the history, significance, and possibilities of “artist talks” by Daniel Atkinson, Education and Public Programs Manager at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston....Read More
The continuation of German artist Reinhold Engberding’s series of image “interviews,” this installation comprises 144 ink drawings on used bed sheets. Contemplating the father-son-relationship, the...Read More
A visual art “roast” of Dallas artists Brian Jones and Brian Scott. who each make art works of their own as well as collaborate under...Read More
A discussion with Cuban performance artist Carlos Martiel, moderated by Beatriz Balanta, in conjunction with Martiel’s Ruins performance Saturday.
This live piece by Cuban performance artist Carlos Martiel addresses how dominant culture can bury, but not eliminate, native traditions, folklore, and wisdom.
Artist Roger Beebe brings a program of his live, multi-projector film experiments, including the six-projector space spectacle, Last Light of a Dying Star, and the...Read More
CentralTrak and Make Art with Purpose (MAP) present a conversation with a number of artists, cultural producers, and community leaders about issues connected to race,...Read More
In this new, four-channel video installation by artists’ collective Postcommodity, a Navajo woman uses a motel room as a temporary space to butcher a sheep...Read More
“A screening of four short films that make up a survey of post-Christian America: a culture highly suspicious of ideas like virgin births and parting...Read More
CentralTrak’s discussion series “Next Topic” presents a screening of four short films by Richard Bailey, Paul Bryan, Colette Copeland, and Michael A. Morris, immediately followed...Read More
CentralTrak’s music series CentralSound presents interdisciplinary the media artists Flinching Eye Collective (F.E.C.). They will perform a one night only, high energy, live session exploring...Read More
CentralTrak in collaboration with MAP (Make Art with Purpose) presents Transitioners, an international project that ties into MAP’s current investigation of how urban sites and...Read More
A one-night exhibition of playable video games. An organization that builds awareness around the indie game scene, Tiny Thumbs’ pop-up arcade exhibition Queer.exe is a...Read More
The exhibition depicts both observational and visionary illustration in order to conjure images of mankind’s eventual doom. Curated by Heyd Fontenot, artists include Simeen Farhat,...Read More
Liberian-born, Texas-based artist Christopher Blay in conversation about his current solo show “Satellites” at Dallas’ CentralTrak.
Blay‘s work typically demonstrates a smart, funny sensibility. For this show he’ll be constructing fake communication satellite equipment using cheap umbrellas and windshield sunscreens. Should...Read More
Panelists will discuss creating and curating music venues, booking acts, cultivating new talent and the potential for larger events like concerts and festivals using a...Read More
New media from the UTD graduating MFA. Visitors from Houston may remember his show of towel photographs from the Art League Houston earlier this spring.
“Where the expressive ‘hand’ and gesture of painting meet the coded, digital world.”