Twice a year, the City of Frisco’s Public Art Program hosts the Art in the Atrium exhibition. The exhibitions feature 2-Dimensional artwork created by North Texas artists. Artwork is on view throughout the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center for approximately five months.
I’m delighted to share “Tuesday” at Art in the Atrium!
GAIA and Mione Plant are teaming up to bring you the first Children's Art Workshop in the new GAIA studio and retail space. Our mission is to bring young members of our community together through the common ground of Art!
If you would like to sponsor one of GAIA's refugee artisans’ children to join the class, please check out with one (or more) additional ticket(s) in your cart and email email@example.com to let us know that a class has been sponsored.
Children ages 5-12 are welcome to attend and parents are encouraged to sit back, relax and enjoy light refreshments!
An Art Auction, now in its ninth year, was an idea born out of passion for both art and the patients of Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (TSRHC). Founded in 2009 by Jenny and Loren Koziol and Jill and Dupree Scovell, this art auction raises awareness about the hospital, while also exposing the Dallas community to up and coming local artists.
Signs of the Unseen: Illuminating the Divine Every Day Life. Art has the ability to transform the mundane of everyday life into a greater awareness of the beauty of life and connection to something both within and beyond ourselves. Whether it is seen in the beauty of creation; as in nature and the patterns of life, the awakening presence to a divinity more closely personalized to Self, a Universal connection to the source of life; or a religious personification of God or Goddess. We have the opportunity to bear witness to signs of the unseen in everyday life.
TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas
700 N. Pearl St., Suite #H106
Dallas, TX 75201 United States + Google Map
Benefiting Dwell with Dignity
Thrift Studio is a pop-up shop created to provide financial viability for Dwell with Dignity by selling donated furniture, housewares, accessories and high-end designer finds to the public. Since the concept launched in Dallas in 2011, the event has grown into a highly anticipated and can’t-miss event for DwD supporters, the interior design community and the general public looking for a fabulous deal on home furnishings.
Inside, Thrift Studio shoppers find stunning vignettes created by leading designers, showrooms and retailers featuring donated high-end home decor items sold at significant discounts with 100% of sales benefitting Dwell with Dignity’s mission.