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Mary Tomás Gallery

Mary Tomás Gallery is a contemporary fine arts gallery offering collectors, designers and patrons exciting and visionary art. Located in the vibrant Dallas Design District the gallery space provides opportunities to inform, instruct and inspire art collectors. Since 2009, owners Mary and Alberto Tomás purposefully select artists for their gallery roster who encompass unique artistic styles and exhibit diverse backgrounds. Rotating exhibits feature regional, national and international artists whose works may be found in private, corporate and museum collections. Exhibits showcase painting, printmaking and sculpture. The gallery is engaged in the growth of Dallas’ reputation as a flourishing arts destination.

Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden

Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden was founded in 1954 by Margaret and Donald Vogel. The Modernist-style gallery, along with the 4+ acre sculpture garden, is located in its original North Dallas location. The gallery represents established and emerging contemporary artists working in inventive ways with traditional media. Many of our artists are connected in diverse ways to Texas. We work directly with our artists, curating exhibitions in the gallery and throughout the sculpture garden, as well as in museums and art centers, and we regularly publish catalogues and exhibit in national art fairs. The gallery also deals in 19th and 20th century American and European art, and specializes in reintroducing significant Early Texas art. Along with Gallery Director Laura Green, Cheryl and Kevin Vogel continue to build on the tradition forged by his parents.

UT Dallas SP/N GALLERY

Located on the far northwest corner of campus in Synergy Park North building 2 (known as SPN2 or SP2), our new 6,000 sq. ft. gallery complex consists of two conjoined exhibition spaces, two project rooms, a reception area, an office, a prep area, and serves as the home for the Comer Collection of Photography.

History

The grand opening of the SP/N Gallery was on October 1, 2017, and our first show was Critical Mass: a UT Dallas Artist Alumni Exhibition. This inaugural show not only celebrated the grand opening of the SP/N Gallery, but featured two decades worth of artists who have successfully pursued their creative practice after receiving their degrees from the School of Arts and Humanities. Work from more than 40 alumni was on display.

 

The Goss-Michael Foundation

The Goss-Michael Foundation provides a forum for British contemporary art by presenting exhibitions, programs and resources to educate, engage, and inspire youth and adult audiences in the Dallas ara and abroad.

Bath House Cultural Center

The Bath House Cultural Center houses three gallery spaces, mixed-use spaces, a 116-seat theater, and the White Rock Lake Museum. Diversity flourishes at the Bath House as visual and performing artists from an array of backgrounds and disciplines find a welcoming venue for their work.

The Bath House is a facility of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs.

Regular hours are  Tuesday-Saturday, from 12 noon to 6 PM.  The center is open until 10 PM on evenings with theater performances.  Please visit the center’s website for calendar information.

Brookhaven College Forum Gallery and Studio Gallery

Brookhaven College Forum and Studio Gallery exhibits contemporary art.

Craighead Green Gallery

Craighead Green Gallery, established in 1992, is committed to a standard of excellence by representing over 50 artists ranging from emerging to established regional, national and international artists.

The Gallery showcases original fine art ranging from landscapes to representational, figurative, and non-objective abstract paintings. The gallery also represents many sculptors working in various mediums including clay and fine metals.

Irving Arts Center Galleries & Sculpture Garden

The Irving Arts Center is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution and exhibits regional, national, and international art in all media, with an emphasis on Texas artists. The center houses two state-of-the-art theaters; four galleries; meeting, reception, classroom, and rehearsal facilities; and an outdoor sculpture garden on a ten-acre site.

Latino Cultural Center Main Gallery

The mission of the Latino Cultural Center, a division of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, is to serve as a catalyst for the preservation, development and promotion of Latino arts and culture in Dallas.

Oak Cliff Cultural Center

A family-oriented arts venue, bringing a variety of dance classes, arts workshops and exhibitions that showcase the diversity and creativity of Oak Cliff.

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