STARTING TONIGHT 6-11 PMGALATEA PERFORMANCE AT 8 PM2900 BATAAN STREET, DALLAS TXART WEEK AT TRINITY GROVESHALEY-HENMAN PRESENTS TEN ART INSTALLATIONS
Tomorrow evening and for three subsequent weekends (April 11-13, 17-19 and 25-27) GALATEA and HALEY-HENMAN will be collaborating at 2900 Bataan as part of ART WEEK AT TRINITY GROVES. GALATEA (co-created by Jeffrey Colangelo and Katy Tye and the Prism Movement Company, produced by SIHK Brothers and SCDallas) is an innovative, one of a kind wordless theatrical show that uses paper, aerial silks, and movement to explore the story of an artist who attempts to create the perfect girl as his one true love. HALEY-HENMAN is collaborating with ten art installations by David DeSalvo, Pierre Durand, Gisa Elwazir, Chris Kemler, Midge Lynn, John Marcucci, Brenda McKinney, Piloto, Chad Shultz, Jerry E. Smith, Madeleine Terry, Nicholas Triolo, Saul Waranch, Kristen Knapp Webb, and Walter Webb.
The Site at the BIG GREEN BUILDING at 2900 Bataan is open from 6-11 pm, except during the performance of Galatea.
The Performance of Galatea is at 8 pm. Tickets are $15.
The Big Green Building at 2900 Bataan Street viewed from Singleton Boulevard.
Free Parking on Bedford Street across from 425 Bedford.
On Singleton at Trinity Groves
You are cordially invited to the opening reception of Thank you for Existing an exhibition of works by Reagan Chandler and Daniel Cervantes, curated by Brenda McKinney and Haley-Henman at Metropolitan Press’s ArtSpace. The gallery is located at 4900 Maple Avenue, Suite 850. Ms. Chandler and Mr. Cervantes are both emerging artists with great promise.
The reception is open and free to the public.
April 8, 2014
ArtSpace at Metropolitan Press
4900 Maple Avenue, Suite 850
You are cordially invited to participate in a conversation with Saul F. Waranch at his studio, located at the Shamrock Hotel Studios, 4312 1/2 Elm Street in east Dallas. The conversation will begin at 3 pm on Sunday, March 6, 2014. The studio is located on the second floor and access is by stairs. This event is free and open to the public.
SUNDAY MARCH 6 3PM
4312 1/2 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas
Saul F. Waranch ”Uncollage” photo taken at the studio
You are cordially invited to the opening reception for Saul F. Waranch’s solo exhibition, entitled Uncollage. The show features ten mixed media paintings on canvas, seven works on paper, and six whimsical sculptures that celebrate Spring. The reception at Gallery 422 is from 7 to 10pm and is free and open to the public. Gallery 422 at The Workroom is located at 422 Singleton Boulevard, Dallas in the Trinity Groves neighborhood. The exhibition will run until April 26. Regular gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday, noon to 5 pm, or by appointment. Call 214-946-2255 and email@example.com for more information.
Saul F. Waranch untitled, no. 14, 2014 mixed media on canvas
Art Week at Trinity Groves will present the Prism Movement Company’s performance of Galatea. Haley-Henman is collaborating with them in the space at 2900 Bataan with ten art installations. By supporting them now with a ten dollar donation, you will secure a ticket (at the door price is $15). Their performance time is at 8 pm on April 11, 12, and 13 and again on April 17, 18, and 19th.
Here is the link:
Madeleine Terry begins her installation of
Step into Silence
Burven Bossie’s show at the Metropolitan Press’ ArtSpace ends this Friday, March 21.
The hours for ArtSpace are Monday – Friday, 9 am to 4:30 pm. The location is 6400 Maple Avenue, Suite 850, Dallas, Texas 75275. It is the part of Maple Avenue between Inwood and Mockingbird Roads.
Just a reminder. If you are planning to view Carol Nace’s show there are only four days left. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday, noon to 5 pm.