A couple days ago I met local artist Carmen Menza. Her work will be featured this Friday, along with 16 other artists at Off the Grid, an old Power & Light substation that has been renovated for cool events like this one. The exhibit is one night only, open to the public, and 30% of all proceeds will benefit the Children's Advocacy Center.
Expect lots of new age art and chatter. Meet the artists and other enthusiasts. Or don't meet anyone and just look at the art. The reception is from 6-9pm. Go. Support local artists. Have fun.
When: Friday, May 8, 2009 from 7-10pm
Where: Off the Grid is located at 1723 Kelly St.
RSVP: No RSVP required. Free to attend.
Here is the press release from Pegasus News:
DIAC is pleased to announce their maiden voyage show, a one night only exhibition featuring new works by 17 Dallas based artists. The Dallas Independent Artists Community is an umbrella organization dedicated to bringing unity to the artists and collectives of Dallas, and to bringing purpose and vision to the work of the individual artist. Please join us and UNITE to support our local artists and community. 30% of all proceeds benefit Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center.
Exhibiting artists include: Gorge Fowler, Frankie Garcia III, Treva Gilkey, Hobbs Vincent, Michael Ledoux, Michael Longhofer, Mikki Mallow, Austin Mann, Carmen Menza, Shane Pennington, Bob Poe, Shayne W. Ridenour, Hal Samples, Zach Saucedo, Joshua Stone, Scott Trent, and with selected works by legendary Dallas painter Zanne Hochberg.
For More Information Call: 469-774-8936