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S.C.A.B. Open Gallery Day, 15 June 2013

June 12, 2013

Dear Friends,
The S.C.A.B. members would like to invite you to tour the concurrent exhibitions arranged by S.C.A.B. or including S.C.A.B. members from 2-6pm Saturday June 15 for the first S.C.A.B. Open Gallery Day.
– Lucy

Announcing the first S.C.A.B. Open Gallery Day , 2-6pm Saturday June 15. Tour S.C.A.B. produced exhibitions throughout the city of Dallas during this open-door event, plus view works of S.C.A.B. member artists at other friendly spaces. Participating: Homeland SecurityStudio DTFUThat That RE Gallery.
S.C.A.B. shows currently on display in Dallas:
 
Dirty New Rococo by Homeland Security
1415 Beaumont St, Dallas, TX 75215
Works by Edmund Chia, Alexander DiJulio, Heyd Fontenot, Matthew Janson, Brian K. Jones, Samantha McCurdy, Ruben Melendez, Easton Miller, and Brian K. Scott. Ongoing through June 21.
“The show appears to be a naughty love letter, or perhaps sext, to an all too familiar celebration of spectacle, sensationalism and saturation in the modern art scene.”
-Lee Escobedo, Dallas Observer
And recommended by Glasstire!
Mayflowers at Homeland Security
1715 Gould St, Dallas, TX 75215
Works by Lorie Ammon, Ginger Berry, Julie Bonand, Janeil Engelstad, Gabbe Grodin, Saffron Herndon, James Hugh, Julia Mclain, Albert Scherbarth, Ellen Smith, and Carolyn Sortor. Closing June 15.
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Library of Babel at That That
3901 Main St B, Corner of Washington, Dallas, TX 75226
New paintings by Lucy Kirkman. Ongoing through June 30 (Extended!).
“She expects you to be slightly uncomfortable as you enter into her world, one filled with the unspoken, ambiguous, and personal references… Kirkman’s newest exhibit, “Library of Babel” at the That That studio (operated by fellow S.C.A.B. member’s Alex DiJulio and Samantha McCurdy) is a breath of fresh air. Kirkman lets us unplug for a bit from the immediacy of the “retweet,” and plug into the labyrinth of sentimentality.”
-Javier Valadez, THRWD Magazine
Lucy Kirkman, Life of Forms, oil and graphite on canvas, 2013

Lucy Kirkman, Life of Forms, oil and graphite on canvas, 2013

PRIVATE COLLECTION at Studio DTFU
842 First Ave, Dallas, TX 75226
Works by Travis Iurato from DTFU’s Collection. Opening June 14, ongoing through June 29.
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And don’t miss the work of S.C.A.B. artists at these friendly spaces:
The Ordinary and the Everyday at RE Gallery
1717 Gould St, Dallas, TX 75215
Works by Maisie Marie Alford, Rebecca Carter, Nan Coulter, Shelby Cunningham, Vince Jones, Lucy Kirkman, Peter Ligon, Michelle Mackey, Kevin Parmer, Albert Scherbarth, Sam Schonzeit, Sarah Elizabeth Stevens, Carroll Swenson-Roberts, Bruce Lee Webb, Jeff F. Wheeler. Opens June 14.
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Good Nuts at the Ochre House Theatre
825 Exposition Ave, Dallas, TX 75226
Good Nuts at the Ochre House Theatre

Good Nuts at the Ochre House Theatre

Written and directed by Kevin Grammer, with Carla Parker, Brian Witkowitcz, Marti Etheridge, Trent Stephenson, and Ben Bryant, Artistic Direction by Matthew Posey, Scenic design by Justin Hunter Allen andLucy KirkmanLast Performance: 8:15pm Saturday June 15
“You’ll laugh till you blow beer through your nose.”
-Martha Heimberg, TheaterJones

Surface and Mark
 at El Centro College Art Gallery
Main & Lamar, Dallas, TX 75202

Summer Hours: Monday-Thursday 12-4pm, Friday 12-3pm
Works by Justin Hunter Allen, C.J. Davis, Timothy Harding, Nicholas Mathis, Jeff Parrott, Arthur Peña, Ben Terry, Michael Wynne. Ongoing through July 3.
Surface and Mark at El Centro. Curated by Randall Garrett.

Surface and Mark at El Centro. Curated by Randall Garrett.

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