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Paradise: No Time Zone


November 5 - December 17, 2016

An exhibition that is part of this year's Freewill Festival in Dallas. This show features works that "address the world of nature, artistic processes, and identity as a transformational concept."Artists in the show include: Sheryl Anaya, Rachael Banks
, Colette Copeland, Val Curry, Randall Garrett, Dennis Gonzalez, and David Sunshine.


Total Unicorn: DADARALL

A collaborative installation and performance by Total Unicorn (Lyman Hardy, Stephen Fishman, and Lindsey Taylor). Via the gallery: To acknowledge the 100th anniversary of the birth...

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Dallas Zine Party

A zine party! Featuring zines and more by: American Toyscapes Angelika Ejtel Bathroom Set Ups Blake Jones Brian K. Jones Broken Fingers Cemetery Sisters Contested...

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Tony Vincenti: Bardoment

An exhibition of works by UTD MFA candidate Tony Vincenti. The works in the show are blend Asian art philosophies and concepts with the artist’s personal...

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Artist talk with Emily Peacock

Artist Emily Peacock will talk about newest exhibition, User’s Guide to Family Business, that was on display at Beefhaus.

Jim Nolan: Welcome Stranger

An exhibition of works by Nacogdoches-based artist Jim Nolan. The show includes a fanzine with inspirational reference images, an essay by fellow Centraltrak alum Sally Glass, and an...

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tête-à-tête with Erica Stephens

A panel discussion on the role of higher education and residency programs in the career path of artists. The panel will be moderated by Dallas artist Erica...

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The Champagne Room feat. Neal Medlyn

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...

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Replay-Time Machine

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...

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Taro-kun: Zine Society Library

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.

It Came From CalArts

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...

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Ex Mus: Jermiah Cymerman

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...

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Jesse J. Griffith: Hyperfocus

An MFA exhibition including a variety of video installation works by artist and CentralTrak resident Jesse J. Griffith that capture moments of personal solace.

Bradley Cruse: Chance

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...

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Next Topic: Nathaniel Donnett

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...

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Evan Meaney: /a_ceibas_cycle.zip

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.

What is an artist talk?

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....

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Reinhold Engberding: Sudarium

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...

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Gallup Motel Butchering

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...

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