happening @ dc – January & February

we’re kicking 2023 off with tons of new programming — join us!

 print with us: rachel rushing
saturday, 28 january 2023
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
all ages / limited capacity
161 glass st.

rachel rushing is a multidisciplinary artist interested in installation and social practice. she received an mfa in studio art from the university of north texas in 2014. for the past 7 years, she has worked as the co-director of sunset art studios, a non-profit community art studio. sunset’s goal is to create access to the arts through public programming, fiscal and capital support for artists, and scholarly research and artistic production. when not collaborating, rushing’s work takes the form of photo-based installations and participatory making practices with an emphasis on cultural equity, intersectional ecofeminist theory, and the ethics of artistic production.

all levels of experience are welcome + all materials are provided.
 register your (free) admissionlearn more

(dallas ambient music nights, number 41)

saturday, 28 january 2023
7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
all ages / limited capacity
$20 admission
161 glass st.

dallas contemporary and dallas ambient music nights (aka DAMN) team up to present DAMN XLI, a night of musical and visual experimentation. DAMN was founded in 2015 by m cody mcphail and is a celebration of contemporary experimental music and video art with a focus on creators from north texas. at dallas contemporary, DAMN will present the most expansive and immersive iteration of their popular series to date.get your tixlearn more

college night + DC EMPTY
saturday, 04 february 2023
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm college night
7:00 pm dc empty: anti-avant garde avant garde artist collective 
dallas contemporary
161 glass st.

inviting all college students! come gather at dallas contemporary for an evening of art, performance, music, and more, including the next installment of DC EMPTY featuring art students from the university of north texas.register your (free) admissionlearn more

spring exhibitions benefit dinner

dallas contemporary is delighted to invite you to a special dinner at beloved dallas restaurant josé on lovers on tuesday, 28 february 2023 at 6.30 pm.

this multicourse meal, generously hosted by megan + brady wood and lisa + john runyon, will be crafted by a trio of today’s most celebrated chefs experimenting with mexico’s flavors: francisco ‘paco’ ruano, tomás bermúdez, and anastacia quiñones-pittman.

all proceeds from the dinner will benefit dallas contemporary’s spring exhibitions featuring the collection of josé noé suro and eduardo sarabia.
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dc press‘shepard fairey starts a conversation at the dallas contemporary’ – d magazine
“shepard fairey’s artistic message is much more conversational than it was in 1989, when he created his “andre the giant has a posse” street art campaign as a student at the rhode island school of design, which grew to include his signature obey slogan. or even in 2008, when he created the iconic “hope” poster to support barack obama’s presidential campaign. the 52-year-old los angeles-based artist still probes america’s most glaring social issues, but now he does so in a way that he hopes will inspire dialogue, not disputes.”
 read here

don’t miss out on our limited-time membership special.join at the $200 level and take home a limited edition yoshitomo nara marching on a butterbur leaf + at $145 shepard fairey’s signed icarus democracy screen printlearn morecurrent exhibitions at dallas contemporaryshepard fairey: backward forward
on view now – 23 julygabrielle goliath: chorus
on view now – 19 march

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