The second half of ‘Code Yellow.’
The University of Texas at Dallas (Art Gallery)
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Collective Bargaining addresses the fundamental notions of artist collectives, negotiation, camaraderie, and creative expression. Dallas-Fort Worth area artist collectives HOMECOMING! Committee, S.C.A.B. (Socialized Contemporary Artist […]
Three UT Dallas student-artists re-examine the role of the photographic image.
Catalyst is a group exhibition curated by artist and UT Dallas faculty member, Lorraine Tady. The exhibit investigates how artists visually shape personal and intellectual […]
The annual Texas Visual Arts Association (TVAA) High School Art Competition (they promote visual arts among high school students!) at the University of Texas at […]
UT Dallas Visual Arts Faculty exhibit their work in the 40-year celebration of Years of Living Dangerously. Artists include Mary Benedicto, Betsy Belcher, Erica Stephens, MaryEllen […]
UTD’s arts festival, which was established in 1992, showcases the talents of all levels of students, and this year’s show features work by more than […]
UTD presents two MFA exhibits. One is Jana Miller’s Visual Biography: Jo Harvey Sullivan (shown), and the other is Pecina’s exhibit, The Arena.
Curated by UTD faculty member Greg Metz, and including work by Yasser Aggour, Andy Amato, Rita Barnard, Elaine Bradford, Julien Diehn, Brandon Kennedy, Victor Offen, […]
This exhibition is in the Remington Room on the 4th floor of the Adams Mark Hotel in Downtown Dallas!!! With both technological and traditional techniques […]
Juried by artist and critic Matthew Bourbon; The Public Trust’s Brian Gibb; social entrepreneur, community organizer, and La Reunion Executive Director Sarah Jane Semrad; and […]
Photographs by Gay Block, Nan Goldin, Earlie Hudnall, Jr., Martina Lopez, Anne Noggle, Gordon Parks, Mark Riboud, Andres Serrano, Cindy Sherman, and Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie.
John Pomara, curator of "Pix2 " and UTD faculty member, asked art writers and critics from the DFW to pick an "under the radar" artist […]
Includes several artists Yoon Cho, Enrique Fern