Art Star Weekend : HELLO!/Texas Hot Chilly

It’s going to be an artful weekend in Dallas, Texas. First, a gentle reminder to head over to the Design District to catch one of Danielle Georgiou’s “happenings” and her video work at 14+1’s opening, HELLO! Then hop down to the 500x Gallery to see Diane McGurren’s work in their member’s only show, Texas Hot Chilly. We at Secretly Timid are proud of all of our resident artists and hope to see all your smiling faces Saturday.

Group show featuring new and returning members of 500X:

Christine Bisetto, Courtney Brown, Matt Clark, Laura Doughtie, Michael Francis, Nate Glaspie, Timothy Harding, Scott Hilton, Clayton Hurt, Nick Hutchings, Joel Kiser, Diane McGurren, Bruce Monroe, Leslie Murrell, Kerry Pacillio, Elaine Pawlowicz, Jonathan Snow, and Tiffany Wolf

Open Dates: September 10 – October 2, 2011

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 10, 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.

About the Gallery :

500X Gallery is Texas’ oldest, artist run, cooperative gallery.

Established in 1978, 500X provides one of the best exhibition spaces to up and coming artists in the city of Dallas. The gallery is located in a historic circa 1916 tire factory and air-conditioning warehouse and has over 3000 square feet of exhibition space. The plan for 500X Gallery was developed by two artists: Will Hipps, a Massachusetts native who moved to Dallas to teach, and Richard Childers, a local painter. The goal was to provide a space for artists to exhibit free of outside influences and dealer restrictions.Over the years, the plan has succeeded by giving artists the opportunity to show their work to the public in a professional venue. For many alumni, 500X has served as an entry point into the art world and have subsequently become prominent artists in the Metroplex and elsewhere including Vincent Falsetta, Otis Jones, Nic Nicosia, Frances Bagley, Tom Orr, Frank X. Tolbert, Randall Garrett and Paul Booker to name a few. 500X Gallery exhibits work by the current board members as well as by guest artists who are featured monthly in our upstairs gallery. This allows 500X to continue to foster and introduce other artists from Texas as well as national and international artists to the Dallas/ Fort Worth art scene.

Annually, we exhibit a juried show titled “Expo” which is a contemporary survey of work chosen by a guest curator from the local arts community. In the spirit of our mission statement, we also feature an unjuried “Open Show” for any artist wishing to exhibit their work for a small fee. In 2008, we will celebrate 30 years of providing an alternative space to the Dallas arts community. We are grateful to the community and to all of the individuals therein for 30 years of care, energy and continued support!

 

500X Gallery
500 Exposition Avenue
Dallas, TX 75226

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A Secretly Timid Interview : The 14+1 Art Collective

Danielle and Jon welcome members of the 14+1 art collective into the cat studio for what turned out to be a quite humorous performance piece in itself. Danielle pulled double duty as both interviewer and interviewee as she is also part of the 14+1 collective. Other guests include friend of the show Andy Amato, Hillary “Hilly” Holsonback, and Emily Loving.

The collective’s first gallery show, “HELLO” will open Saturday, September 10th from 5 – 8 p.m. for one night only!!! Check out this informative interview by Meg Fury of Pegasus news and cruise through the collective’s blog for more information on each artist and photographs of their work.

We hope to see you all this Saturday in the sexy design district –

1130 Dragon Street #110

Dallas Tx 75207

14+1 Collective include:

  • Frank Tringali
  • Paul Snelson II
  • Robin Myrick
  • Emily Loving
  • Hillary Holsonback
  • T.J. Griffin
  • Danielle Georgiou
  • F Kites
  • Sandi Edgar
  • Val Curry
  • Willie Baronet
  • Yaseen Benhalim
  • Andy Amato

P.S. Jon and Danielle apologize for the butchering of names and general buffoonery. Drugs and/or alcohol may or may not be to blame for such marbles.