The Safe Room at Texas Theater
231 West Jefferson Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75208
CURRENTno current events
A show by Houston artist Blake Jones. “Funnier Than Me a features brightly colored heavily textured work that reflect figurative shapes and scenarios that play to...Read More
For this exhibition, The Safe Room has been covered in Texas Buffalo Grass, “a drought, heat, and cold-tolerant plant able to survive extreme conditions.” The show...Read More
A show of new work by Erik Tosten. The works in the show are created from terracotta clay and low fire glazes and are inspired by early...Read More
“Focusing on a series of art explorations with mud, Is That Your Father’s Watch? features an installation by H. Schenck, as well as the release...Read More
A show of new work by Dallas artist Favio Moreno. From the gallery: “Masterfully crafting lines, Favio’s works are monuments to technical skill and the the...Read More
An exhibition of works by Emily Riggert. The pieces in the show are inspired by Riggert’s travels across Texas and through California, along with her study of...Read More
An exhibition of works by Dallas artist and musician Jermy Elizabeth Johnson. In this exhibition, Johnson “further refines his illustration practice using a modified vinyl plotter to...Read More
An exhibition of works by Dallas-based zine and comic artist Lauren Maxwell. “Through the lens of mystery, fantasy and re-contextualized memes, Lauren crafts brief improvised narratives in...Read More
A site-specific installation by Analise Minjarez. In the show, the artist “contemplates both sky and customs shared along the Texas-Mexico border.”
A screening of films by Baltimore-based filmmaker and curator Margaret Rorison. This event is presented by The Spectacle Society, a collective of artists, filmmakers, curators, and scholars...Read More
An exhibition by Dallas based artist Brent Ozaeta. Combining found images and ephemera, Ozaeta continues to expand his artistic practice through CONTINUUM.
A Solo Exhibition by Jessica Sinks.
A one-night only event (September 12) where the public is invited into the Safe Room to help create still life compositions. These compositions will be photographed...Read More
An exhibition in which artist Lisa Siders explores the journey of grief by creating a fabric from the remnants of artificial flowers given to deceased...Read More
An evolving installation by Amarillo-based artist Jon Revett’s about transformation and cultural synthesis, featuring old records in various formations, their covers screen printed with Islamic...Read More
An exhibition of works made by artist Kent Dorn that parody the idealism of early American landscape painting.
Artist Kristina Paabus’ recent two-dimensional and sculptural works, utilize a combination of print techniques and are informed by her recent investigations in logic, game strategies,...Read More
This show of work by Dallas artist and zine publisher Randy Guthmiller transforms the Safe Room into a “Shape Room”
Dallas-based artist Paniagua identifies artistic solutions in mathematically ideal abstract formations. Trippy.
Works included in this exhibition (soccer field sized works, and more!) include examples of work ranging from a span of about 8 years ago up...Read More
Screening of short film by the ascendant Frank Mosley (“Upstream Color”) and Lee Luna. Part of a quartet of movies they shot in Seattle.
New work from the San Francisco-based artist.
In the exhibition, Hammonds features intricate drawings of clustered debris, floating between real and fantastical scenes of destruction.
Ligon presents a series of paintings that were made outside at night.
While an undergraduate, Escobedo created KaylaTV in which Kayla, who is based on the artist, performs a series of mundane tasks that reveal nuances of neurosis,...Read More
The Safe Room invites you to join them “for a joyous shake-up /mind-bending/ thinking- outside-of-the- frame union of art by Nina Harp and Erik Schuessler...Read More
Sally Glass’ solo exhibition entitled Am I Still Ill, opens Saturday, August 10investigates the absurdity and deterioration of human connection as reflected in failures of...Read More