McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC)


3120 McKinney Avenue

Dallas, TX 75204

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The Business of Art: Workshops

Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA), Creative Arts Center (CAC) and The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC) are presenting this new workshop series. The topic will be […]

Aqua-Culture: Curated By Henry G. Sanchez

Participating artists Zach Moser and Eric Leshinsky of Shrimp Boat Projects, Brenda Perry, Irene J. Klaver and Henry G. Sanchez, create projects that contribute to […]

Paul Bryan: Believe It Anyway!

This will be Bryan’s first major solo exhibition in Dallas. He presents a series of silent short films which depict five stories from the New […]

Suzanne Anker: While Darkness Sleeps

Anker brings together underwater motifs of animals that look like flowers, “vanitas” in Petrie dishes inspired by art history, porcelain sponge sculptures that appear as […]

Blue Yule

A winter artist party and ornament sale.  $25 member/ $35 non member.

Immigrant Nation

Theo Rigby’s project is a series of short films about the American immigration experience including live events and an online platform where users share their […]

Paul Anthony Smith: Walk Bout

Walk Bout is an ongoing series of works on paper and paintings that examines Smith’s identity as a Jamaican-American artist and the social struggles of […]

Jenny Vogel: Before Our Eternal Silence

Vogel is a multi-media artist whose work explores the world as viewed through new media technology using web-cameras, blogs and Google searches as source material.

Art Talk: Tony Orrico

The MAC welcomes exhibiting artist Tony Orrico for an art talk and discussion about his career as a performance artist and details on the current […]

Tony Orrico: Waning

Tony Orrico will perform live for more than 30 hours over the course of four days in response to the New Works Space. The first […]

Lilian Garcia-Roig: Sight-Specific

Sight-Specific is a selection of recent large-scale works that depict the forest landscapes of Northern Florida and Georgia as well as the Cascades Mountains in […]

Robin Ragin: Homage to a Mentor

The MAC  introduces Robin Ragin with her first solo exhibition. Twenty years ago, Ragin began working in the studio of artist David McManaway. Ragin presents […]

Michael Bise: Artist's Talk

Michael Bise will discuss the works in his exhibition, Life and Death. Bise is known for creating large scale graphite drawings based on personal experiences. […]

Shannon Novak: Tonnetz

An invisible sonic network visually manifested through a series of “nodes” located in The MAC lobby and galleries that can be viewed through an application […]

Wael Shawky: Cabaret Crusades

Shawky’s film Cabaret Crusades: Horror Show File, stars 200 year-old marionettes from the Italian Lupi Collection, and retells the first crusades from the years 1096-1099.

Michael Bise: Life And Death

Large scale, immensely detailed graphite drawings based on the latest chapter in Bise’s true-life autobiography-from-hell; including his recent heart transplant surgery.

Jasmyne Graybill: Flourish

San Antonio artist Jasmyne Graybill sculpts polymer clay into minute colonies of fungus, lichen, and mold that graft onto existing manmade objects.

Michael Miller: Out of Commerce

A celebration of Michael Miller and his 20 year career as an influential artist, painting professor, and Director of Studio Art Graduate Studies at Texas […]

Spin Off: Graphic Texts

The MAC and The Writer’s Garret present Spin Off, a series of multidisciplinary panel discussions about contemporary art.

Christopher Blay: Machine Time

An installation is based on a mid-century flight test facility and launch control station, manned by uniformed assistants.