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About Dallas Art News

Dallas Art News is your source for art news, reviews, calendar, museums and galleries for Austin, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and around Texas. Dallas Art News also covers Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico and Oklahoma.

Dallas Art News will list past, current and future art exhibits from museums, galleries and special events. We will also review major shows at venues like the Amon Carter Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Kimbell Art Museum, Meadows Museum, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Nasher Sculpture Center and other museums and galleries.

M. C. Roman
Site Owner and Managing Editor

Dallas Art News is managed by M. C. Roman, Creative Director at MicRo Ad Agency in Allen, Texas. Mr. Roman graduated from Southern Methodist University with a B.A. in Advertising with a minor in Art History. His studies included drawing, design, painting, sculpture and art history (Renaissance to Contemporary).

Mr. Roman is a supporting member of the Dallas Museum of Art and Meadows Museum.

Dallas Art New Site

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We will only allow comments on reviews. Comments are limited to opinions of the exhibit being reviewed. Comments about the review or other comments will not be posted. All comments must use appropriate language for a general audience. Dallas Art News reserved the right to edit or remove any comments.

Social Networking

Dallas Art News can be followed on Twitter at twitter.com/DallasArtNews.

Our Twitter Policy

Dallas Art News likes Twitter a lot. We tweet about artists, art events, museums and galleries around Texas. We enjoy engaging in conversations with other tweeters about art related subjects.

We are more than happy to follow others on Twitter, especially artists, museums and galleries.

Dallas Art News will not follow businesses that only promote products, spammers and erotic tweeters. We will most likely stop following those who are not following us.

Dallas Art News is also on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dallas-Art-News/97680687912

Associations

Dallas Art News is not associated with The Dallas Morning News or any other local media, museum or gallery.

Dallas Art News Staff

Dallas Art News is supported by numerous volunteer art reporters all over Texas. To see works specifically by our art reporter visit the Reviews category.

M. C. Roman
Site Owner, Managing Editor and Reporter – Dallas / Fort Worth

Dallas Art News is managed by M. C. Roman, Creative Director at MicRo Ad Agency in Allen, Texas. Mr. Roman graduated from Southern Methodist University (SMU) with a B.A. in Advertising with a minor in Art History. His studies included drawing, design, painting, sculpture and art history (Renaissance to Contemporary).

Mr. Roman is a supporting patron of the Dallas Museum of Art and Meadows Museum.

Click here to view reviews and posts by Michael Roman.

Mr. Holga
Reporter and Photographer – Dallas / Fort Worth

Mr. Holga is a avid medium-format photographer. His equipment of choice is a Holga 120 GCFN and Kodak 125PX black-and-white film. Mr. Holga shoots around Dallas and Fort Worth, usually at parks, museums, on campus and at sporting events.

Mr. Holga reviews photography exhibits for Dallas Art News.

See Mr. Holgas work at www.mrholga.com.

You can follow Mr. Holga on Twitter at twitter.com/MrHolga.

Click here to view reviews and posts by Mr. Holga.

James Roman
Photographer – Dallas / Fort Worth

James Roman is an information technology professional by day and a freelance photographer whenever given the chance to run wild.  James is pursuing a degree in Photojournalism from the University of Texas at Arlington.

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