Edith Baker Scholarship

2016 DADA Scholarship Awards and Exhibition

2016 DADA Scholarship Awards and Exhibition

Awards Reception Invitation, May 7, 7-9pm

Exhibition, May 2 – June 24

 The Dallas Art Dealers Association welcomes you to the 2016 DADA Scholarship Awards and Exhibition. The goal is to give young artists the opportunity for recognition, exhibition and scholarships.

This juried exhibition features nine finalists from... | Read More

DADA Spring Gallery Walk and Panel Discussions April 21, 2012

DADA Spring 2012 release

Dallas Art Dealers Association presents Spring Gallery Walk Saturday, April 21, 2012 Including Panel Discussions, DADA Docents Arts Magnet Spring Senior Show

DADA Spring Gallery Walk Free annual event Galleries and nonprofit art spaces open to art lovers of all kinds with artist demonstrations, films and more. Saturday, April 21, 2–8 p.m. Start at any... | Read More

Press Release – Dallas Art Dealers Association presents Edith Baker Art Scholarship to Michelle Reyes

Dallas Art Dealers Association presents Edith Baker Art Scholarship to Michelle Reyes

For press information, contact Lisa Taylor, 214-914-1099 or info@dallasartdealers.org

DADA presented its Edith Baker Art Scholarship to Michelle Reyes, a visual art student from El Centro College of the Dallas... | Read More

Press Release – Dallas Art Dealers Association presents Edith Baker Art Scholarship on Sept. 9, 2011

Dallas Art Dealers Association presents Edith Baker Art Scholarship on Sept. 9, 2011

For press information, contact Lisa Taylor, 214-914-1099 or info@dallasartdealers.org

DADA will present its Edith Baker Art Scholarship to a visual art student from the Dallas County Community College District at a... | Read More

Edith Baker Art Scholarship exhibition

Michelle Reyes of El Centro, "Spaceland Fairytale"

This year’s Edith Baker Art Scholarship exhibition promises to deliver some interesting and engaging works of art from visual art students attending Dallas County Community College Districts art programs.

With the prize being a $2,500 scholarship, mentorship, internship and artist studio... | Read More

And the winner is”¦

This year’s Edith Baker Art Scholarship was awarded to Brookhaven College art student Brian Hauser. In addition to receiving a $4,000 scholarship, Hauser may obtain a mentorship and an internship with a DADA member.

What started as a hobby quickly turned into more. Hauser first took a couple of Printmaking course to fill out his schedule, but it quickly became the focus of... | Read More

A New Perspective, Raymond Butler

Max Powers, Raymond Butler

Expired Oil, Raymond Butler

Whether it his for his artwork or his plans for the future, El Centro art student Raymond Butler is always thinking of new ideas.

He soaks up new perspectives and incorporates those into his art as well as what he would like to contribute to the Dallas art scene. Butler... | Read More

The Art & Science

Janet Aguirre, "Get In Line"

Instead of choosing between her love of art and her fascination with science, El Centro student Janet Aguirre combines her two passions.

”œThe world of medicine stole my heart for the purpose of help others. Although, my eyes and hands continued to admire my long lost love- art,” she says.

At a young age... | Read More

Edith Baker Art Scholarship Finalist from home country of Edith Baker!

"Saint Elijah" Pavlina Panova

For Pavlina Panova moving to America was more than just a new start in a new country; it was the beginning of what Panova calls her “new creative life.”

“Metaphorically speaking, America made me an artist,” Panova says.

In 1999 the North Lake College art student left her native... | Read More

Francisco Alvarado, Brookhaven College

Sonrisa by Francisco Alvarado

DADA is pleased to introduce one of the 14 Edith Baker Art Scholarship finalists, Francisco Alvarado of Brookhaven College. Alvarado’s Sonrisa has been selected for the September 25th exhibition at the Irving Arts Center.

In his self portrait titled, Sonrisa, Alvarado explores gender and the iconography that often... | Read More

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