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Parkland Hospital Call for North Texas Artists

Deadline for Submissions: Tuesday, May 1, 2012

On behalf of Parkland Hospital, American Art Resources, Houston, is currently seeking entries from all artists, galleries and art organizations in North Texas, whose work may be considered for purchase for the new Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas. We are looking for both 2D and 3D work, with an emphasis on representational and realistic art.

The new Parkland Hospital is a 2.5 million sq. ft. replacement facility that will be a safe, welcoming, patient-centered healing environment serving the Dallas County and local districts. Parkland Hospital & Health System goals for the art program are to provide for a positive visitor, patient and staff experience throughout the new campus.

Materials: Guidelines For Evidence-Based Art (pdf)Artist Data Sheet (pdf) | Submission Criteria (pdf)

If you are interested in submitting your work, please complete the two attached forms and follow the steps below:

  • Step 1: Submit 5 Images (hard copies) of Artist’s Work
  • Step 2: Submit a CD of Images (up to 20 images) of Artist’s Work
  • Step 3: Submit Artist Biography & Resume
  • Step 4: Complete Artist Data Sheet
  • Step 5: Mail Flat to:

American Art Resources
ATTN: Parkland Call for North Texas Artists (DO NOT BEND)
3260 Sul Ross
Houston, TX 77098

Please feel free to share the Call for North Texas Artists with other artists.

Deadline for Submissions: Tuesday, May 1, 2012 

All inquiries must be in writing and sent via email to:

We look forward to seeing your work!

American Art Resources
an EDAC Champion Firm
3260 Sul Ross Street
Houston, TX   77098

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2 responses to “Parkland Hospital Call for North Texas Artists”

  1. Pie Yama Yama Yama says:

    Really? Parkland has some serious problems with complying with very minimal federal patient safety standards with all the governmental safety agencies. On top of that, you’re killing and serious harming patients, ripping your patients off with a billing fraud scandal, and all they can think of now is acquiring art. Really!!?!

    You guys don’t have any of your priorities straight and have to be out of your friggin’ minds!

    • Thanks for the comment. I am sure you are aware the building decor is not responsible for patient care. We can always say that more money should be spent on patient care and less money for the arts. But do you really want to be treated at a hospital that looks like a prison? I would think not. Cheers.