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2014 FWCAC Biennial Call for Entries

The Fort Worth Community Arts Center (FWCAC) is celebrating their community’s diversity through the arts. They are looking to showcase the talents of regional artists and art groups. The first FWCAC Biennial was exhibited under the title The 39-Hour Show in 2004. It has since become a tradition of exhibiting the diverse art and artists of north Texas.

McKinney Avenue Contemporary Announces Installation of Carmen Menza Work

The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC) is pleased to announce the installment of a site-specific new media installation, Insomniac by Dallas artist Carmen Menza. The installation will illuminate the exterior main entrance to The MAC building directly off McKinney Avenue. Insomniac is a 58 inch circular digital canvas which will have movement through LED lighting and custom software programming designed by Menza. Offering a dynamic public artwork for the Uptown area, Insomniac will emit moving abstract fields of color to engage and captivate gallery guests and passersby.

Dallas Museum of Art Presents Robert Smithson in Texas

The Dallas Museum of Art presents Robert Smithson in Texas, the first examination of five projects proposed by the internationally renowned American artist throughout Texas in the years 1966–1973. The exhibition, on view November 24, 2013, through April 27, 2014, coincides with the 40th anniversary of Smithson’s final work, Amarillo Ramp, completed posthumously in August 1973.

Blanton Museum of Art Exhibits Art of Ancient Andes

The Blanton Museum of Art, in partnership with the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Texas at Austin, presents a special selection of objects that illuminate the lifestyle, technological achievements, and ideology of pre-Inka cultures among the coastal Andes of South America. Between Mountains and Sea: Arts of the Ancient Andes features 80 extraordinary works from the University’s collections, ranging from intricately woven textiles to painted ceramic vessels and modeled effigies. Through a dynamic presentation that integrates art historical and anthropological contexts, the exhibition traces the artistic development of the ancient Paracas, Nasca, Wari, Moche, Chancay, Sicán, and Chimú cultures from the Early Horizon (900–200 BCE) through the Late Horizon (1470–1532 CE) periods.