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Deep Ellum’s Kettle Art Has Been Helping Artists for Nearly 15 Years

Kettle Art founder Frank Campagna says the gallery is built on trust and love for art and artists. The gallery’s annual For The Love of Kettle art sale happens Saturday.
By Danny Gallagher
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At the Inaugural Dallas Entertainment Awards, a Room for All Scenes

The ceremony at the Latino Cultural Center gathered musicians, artists, and other creators who celebrated the work being produced in Dallas.
By Desiree Gutierrez
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In New Exhibit, Dallas Artists Explore AI and the Local Connections of the January 6 Insurrection

Don’t miss Melanie Clemmons and Zak Loyd’s new exhibit, “Trophy Club Nissan,” which opens this weekend at the at Liliana Bloch Gallery.
By Lauren Smart
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‘Signs of the Times’ Documents Two Decades of Protesting in Dallas

Danny Hurley has spent decades viewing protests through his camera lens. For the next two months, you can see his work at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library.
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The Dallas-Fort Worth Art Exhibitions You Must See Before 2023 Ends

It's a busy end of 2023 in the North Texas art scene, with worthwhile exhibitions in both legacy institutions and galleries. Here are the ones you'll want to make time to visit.
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Kettle Art Showcases Justin Terveen, the Man Behind Your Favorite Dallas Skyline Photos

Photographer Justin Terveen is back in town, and he brought some amazing pictures with him. But you better move fast, his show at Kettle Art is Saturday afternoon.
By Danny Gallagher
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The Adolphus Tower Gallery is Providing a Space for More Art Downtown

The gallery features established talent and up-and-coming artists from Dallas College in a curated space in downtown Dallas.
By Austin Zook
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Salt and Scrap Metal: How Curator Emily Edwards Is Leaving Her Mark on Dallas Contemporary Art

The Dallas Contemporary's curator is bringing new, exciting, and challenging work to the museum.
By Lauren Smart
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New Gallery Tureen Pushes the Envelope in Oak Cliff

The historic space on Jefferson—which currently offers a stunning exhibition of Alaska Native artist Sonya Kelliher-Combs—adds an important element to our art constellation.
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