H. Paxton Moore Art Gallery, El Centro College
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An exhibition featuring works by Favio Moreno, Kat Freedman, Hatziel Flores, Christopher Bingham, Antolin Pineda, Brennen Bechtol, Fransisco Javier and Arturo Donjuan.
An exhibition of historic clothing, promotional materials, and other related artifacts from the once iconic Dallas retailer Sanger-Harris.
A group exhibition featuring works by photographers Marilyn Waligore and Carlo Zinzi, sculptors Ryder Richards and Rachel Muldez, mixed media artists Dwayne Carter and Randy Guthmiller,...Read More
A group show focusing on the artwork and social activism of the Dallas-based Ash Studios art collective. Darryl Ratcliff and Fred Villanueva will curate a selection of art...Read More
An exhibition of works by El Centro College students.
A juried exhibition of North Texas high school art students. This year’s show is juried by Carol Zou, Project Manager for Trans.lation Vickery Meadow, Arthur Peña,...Read More
A group show featuring material collected from the Vickery Meadow neighborhood of Dallas. Initially conceptualized by Project Row Houses’ Rick Lowe, this program is a collective of...Read More
A ribbon cutting ceremony for Pioneer, a new work by Brent Baggett.
An annual exhibition of student work.
“As the only community college located in downtown Dallas, we have a unique environment: creative, gritty, urban, and full of life.”
An exhibition of paintings by artist Brett Dyer. Mixing together acrylic, encaustic, and collage, Dyer’s paintings tend toward abstraction with hints of figuration and religious symbolism.
A group exhibition featuring works that distort pop culture icons, create surreal characters, and explore sentimental memories from childhood. The show features work by artists...Read More
The annual exhibition of student artworks including painting, drawing, printmaking, design, photography, digital imaging, jewelry, ceramics, and sculpture.
A solo show featuring works in artist Dwayne Carter’s most recent project–oil and pencil paintings depicting a series of dramatic interactions amidst a backdrop of...Read More
A juried exhibition of work by student artists from North Texas area high schools.
The five Latina artists in the exhibition each use sewing as an important technical and cultural signifier in their artwork. Candace M. Briceño (Austin), Margarita...Read More
Annual show of student work from the advanced studio classes at El Centro College. Work by several dozen artists will be featured.
Pictured is relief printing instructor Paige Prater’s woodcut titled Impressive.
A group show focusing on the theme of endings, as artists look at life and death, relationships, and the apocalypse. Featuring works in a variety...Read More
The annual exhibition of artworks from El Centro students. Jurors: Patricia Rodriguez and Shannon Driscoll.
A juried exhibition of high school visual arts students from the North Texas area. This year’s show will feature 112 artworks in all media, chosen from...Read More
The follow-up to last summer’s focus exhibition on two-dimensional art, this show features an emphasis on three-dimensional and time-based media. Artists: Alison Starr (w/Tol Hay),...Read More
An examination of the influence of Jacqueline Kennedy on fashion retail during the early 1960s.
The H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery at El Centro College presents its annual exhibition of student work from their advanced studio courses. Work will range...Read More
The upcoming show Stand and Deliver: Fine Art Faculty Exhibition, will present artwork along with statements on teaching and mentoring, by current members of the...Read More
Surface and Mark is an exhibition exploring the basic elements of two-dimensional art making. There will be one work, or discrete installation, by each of...Read More
Art by North Texas High School Art Students. This year’s jurors include: LauraLee Brott – Membership Coordinator, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary; Lucy Kirkman – Artist...Read More
New work from one of Austin’s best artists, Brad Tucker.
The annual exhibition of student work from El Centro’s advanced studio courses. Approximately 3 dozen works from 25 student artists.
Artwork by current members of the El Centro College Fine Art Faculty.
Ordinary objects presented formally with accompanying wall texts to investigate the ways in which we use categorization and labeling in an effort at structuring our...Read More
A collaborative installation by recent UT Arlington MFA’s Jesse Morgan Barnett, Jeff Gibbons, and Michael Mazurek proffers obfuscation, multiplicity, and transience.