Art news is hard to tell without images. Over the past five years Dallas Art News has been invited to many press previews and events. Here are a few of our favorite images since 2009.
Today, Dallas Art News turns five years old. The online news source for visual art in the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex was created by managing editor M. C. Roman on April 29, 2009. The Dallas Art News website has posted over 2,100 news releases and reviews for art all over Texas and surrounding states.
The Dallas Museum of Art along with the Art Institute of Chicago, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art will exhibit Art Everywhere starting August 4, 2014 and lasting four weeks. The exhibit will display iconic art works from museums’ collections on outdoor advertising displays across the United States. Displays will include billboards, digital displays, subway / train platforms, buses and bus shelters. See full news release below for more details.
Slow Art Day is a worldwide celebration of art. The free event encourages people to look at art slowly, which allows for a different experience. Slow Art Day is this Saturday, April 12, 2014. There are Slow Art Day groups all over Texas. Registration is free. The more the merrier. See locations and times below.
Dallas Art News has decided to end our content partnership with Pegasus News. The partnership began over a year ago before Pegasus News was bought by The Dallas Morning News. Dallas Art News content will only be found at www.dallasartnews.com.
Dallas Art News needs a cartoonist. We are looking for an individual with a passion for art and a knee slapping sense of humor. Cartoonist should live in the Dallas area and can attend local museums and galleries. Interested cartoonists should contact Dallas Art News at email@example.com.
Dallas Art News is your source for art news, reviews, calendar and galleries in Dallas, Fort Worth and surrounding areas. 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 Dallas Museum of Art, Kimbell, The Modern and Nasher Sculpture Center.