McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC)

McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC)


3120 McKinney Avenue

Dallas, TX 75204



Daniel-Kayne: Mine…Mine…

A Houston-based performance and installation artist explores the struggle to attain fresh water in under-developed countries.

Carol Selter: Animal Stories

Taxidermy photography by California artist Carol Selter contemplates the displacement of wildlife due to the actions or inactions of humans.

JAMPACT: contemporary music event

Improvisational jazz, funk, and world music at the MAC with JAMPACT: José Bowen – piano; Kim Corbet – synthesizers and trombone; Akira Sato – trumpet...

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Free Art Party!

Free drinks, free bites and free tunes by DJ Jordan Bell launch the MAC’s newest membership group, The MAC PAC (Professionals + Artists Collective).

William Powhida: Seditions

Brooklyn artist William Powhida critiques the powers that control the assignment of value in the contemporary art world. According to Jen Graves, “These aren’t just...

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Bill Haveron: Baptism by Fire

A retrospective exhibition of Bill Haveron’s artistic career in Texas. Haveron, works out of his studio in Bryan, Texas where he was born and raised....

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Eric Eley: Coincident Disruption

A large scale installation by Dallas artist Eric Eley. Improvised skeletal structures and nets suspended from the ceiling of the gallery explore visual and architectural...

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James Drake: Dancing in the Louvre

Drake’s monumental charcoal drawings based on borders and a new series of white cut-outs created using an X-Acto blade.

Hadar Sobol: Go

Israeli-born Dallas artist Hadar Sobol’s immersive installation combines video art and embroidery on vintage linen and paper based on bar/bat mitzvah Torah wimples.

Uptown Trolley Stop Market

The MAC’s parking lot market will feature local cuisine, booze, animal adoption agencies, an array of arts and crafts by Texas artisans, and live bluegrass...

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Lesley Dill: Word Queens and Necklaces

Brooklyn artist Lesley Dill’s sculptures, photos and performances combine language and the human body, aiming for emotional directness, even though she grew up in Maine.

Hugo Garcia-Urrutia: Making A Killing

Hugo Garcia-Urrutia’s installation Making A Killing, curated by Charissa N. Terranova, reflects on the violent changes to Mexican society, drawing attention to the harrowing number...

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Uptown Trolley Stop Market

The McKinney Avenue Contemporary is announcing a new project called the Uptown Trolley Stop Market. This open-air market celebrates the local community and acquaint the...

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Sasha Garza: Paperclip Safari

The MAC continues their outreach program with the Mercantile Coffee House with their new exhibition of the work of young Irving artist, Sasha Garza. Paperclip...

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