Thursday, March 06, 2008

Art List



THURSDAY

First Thursday (Bishop Arts)


SATURDAY

Andrea Rosenberg (Barry Whistler)

Palace Does Dallas (Road Agent)
Work by Austin artists Sterling Allen, Peat Duggins, and Ali Fitzgerald as part of Road Agent's exchange with Austin's Art Palace.

Sarah Maxwell English and David Willburn (500X)

Marisa Olson and Christine Gedeon (And/Or)

Primer: An exhibition focusing on entry level art collecting (Public Trust)

Drawing by Sterling Allen, courtesy of Road Agent

22 Comments:

Anonymous sallyglasstire said...

glasstire.com for art stuff. weshotjr.com for music and really neat party photos by fashionista joshua

11:55 AM  
Anonymous spicoli said...

Awesome thanks for that. My boi Brent Ozeta has an art show this saturday @ The Public Trust its from 6-9. Go Kids!!

12:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ART IS HARD

12:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you missed one:


The Public Trust Presents
Primer: An exhibition focusing on entry level art collecting
Opening Reception: Sat. 03.08.08 (6-9PM)


2919-C Commerce St.
Dallas, TX 75226
214.760.7170

About the exhibition

Primer will feature work by established and emerging artists with works ranging from $30 for an original print to $1,500 for an original painting or work on paper. The Public Trust print collection will also be on view with all prints available for purchase.

Artists with work in this exhibition
Brent Ozaeta, Steven Hopwood-Lewis, Cody Hudson, Evan Hecox, Jeremy Smith, Vanessa Michel, Gary Taxali and others...

Artists in the print collection include
Dalek, Mike Giant, Evan Hecox, Cody Hudson, National Forest, Jay Ryan, Erick Swenson, Jeremy Fish, Mel Kadel, Travis Millard, Michael Sieben, Mark Ryden, Steven Hopwood-Lewis, Tes One and Bask.

2:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you missed one:


The Public Trust Presents
Primer: An exhibition focusing on entry level art collecting
Opening Reception: Sat. 03.08.08 (6-9PM)


2919-C Commerce St.
Dallas, TX 75226
214.760.7170

About the exhibition

Primer will feature work by established and emerging artists with works ranging from $30 for an original print to $1,500 for an original painting or work on paper. The Public Trust print collection will also be on view with all prints available for purchase.

Artists with work in this exhibition
Brent Ozaeta, Steven Hopwood-Lewis, Cody Hudson, Evan Hecox, Jeremy Smith, Vanessa Michel, Gary Taxali and others...

Artists in the print collection include
Dalek, Mike Giant, Evan Hecox, Cody Hudson, National Forest, Jay Ryan, Erick Swenson, Jeremy Fish, Mel Kadel, Travis Millard, Michael Sieben, Mark Ryden, Steven Hopwood-Lewis, Tes One and Bask.

2:27 PM  
Anonymous probably said...

They probably missed it because Pubic Trust doesn't inform people anymore. The art prostitute days were better.

3:26 PM  
Anonymous eltocadiscos said...

Wow, where did you find this? They haven't updated their site in several months, and they haven't sent us any emails.

I feel so left out...

4:00 PM  
Anonymous 2:23/27 (sorry for the double post) said...

they've got a mailing list that i bet you could get on if you emailed brian@trustthepublic.com ...you can't sign up for it online anymore, i'm not sure why.

i'm quite excited about this coming show, the entry level priced stuff they have always kicks ass. i started my art collection with a cody hudson painting from back when they were in denton. the lineup for this one is awesome.

4:17 PM  
Anonymous alison said...

thanks for mentioning the deep ellum/fair park openings! Also Studio Fling is holding their 1yr anniversary (Commerce & Hall)

Thanks 4:17 on how to get public trust info. I've been looking everywhere for their openings, and had't found anything.

5:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sally Glasstire- it's kinda silly to bring that up every non-music post. Also, don't you think it's not a bad idea to inform people about things they may not normally come across? Keep the non-music posts coming! Let's have an expose on the Rangers outfield. Just kidding about posting an expose on the Rangers outfield.

6:06 PM  
Anonymous p.s. said...

sally glass is the photog for weshotjr.com, not fashionista joshua.

8:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tell us more about how the Mav's trade for Jason Kidd is working out or how the street conditions are on 35N. Also was wondering why Rebecca Miller was let go at Channel 5 and of course latest on photographer Sally Glass.

9:45 PM  
Anonymous cecil espy said...

JOSH HAMILTON METHADONE KLINIK

9:58 PM  
Anonymous Sally Glasstire said...

Check the noods soon for Rangers pics from the final KC game last week. I was really interested in watching Chris Davis hit in a clutch situation...top of the 8th with 2 outs and runners on second and third, but play was postponed because the dude from Vorvadoss was drunk and half-naked on homeplate wallowing in the dirt.

12:07 AM  
Anonymous sallyglass said...

Well, I'll tell ya, my allergies are really acting up lately. And I'm super excited about Spiral Diner opening up in OC. Ummm, that's it...

11:51 AM  
Anonymous Too bad Sally isnt a mean to me, said...

or I would call her "Sally Glasshole".

2:35 PM  
Anonymous justice y said...

i like glass.

2:45 PM  
Anonymous sallyglass said...

You can call me Sally Glasshole if you want. Just don't call me Sarah...

3:38 PM  
Anonymous sallyglass said...

Or a bad cook.

4:19 PM  
Anonymous eltocadiscos said...

I'll call you my favorite. Defensive Listening has lost that title, because he is a racist.

10:12 PM  
Anonymous defensive listening said...

Just because I said that white people like genocide and mayonnaise, that does not make me a racist. Strictly an observation.

1:11 AM  
Anonymous sallyglass said...

Total favorite quote...

1:56 AM  

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