"With a family-friendly vibe and approach, the Frisco Art Gallery is a peerless resource for art lovers looking to expand their knowledge of unique exhibits, trailblazing and emerging artists, and the people shaping our city as a cultural destination."
-Wendi McGowan-Ellis, LifeStyle Frisco
Display artwork and host receptions or private parties in one or both of the galleries at the Frisco Discovery Center. The Main Gallery features bright colors, soaring ceilings and contemporary décor. The Arakawa Rail and Cable system allows for 186 linear feet of hanging space. At 855 square feet, the Reception Gallery provides a more intimate exhibition space for artists.
M-F : 9-5 PM,
Sundays: from 1-5PM*
*Call ahead for weekend hours in the Reception Gallery: 972-668-5180
The Frisco Art Gallery features rotating exhibits by local, regional, national, and international artists as part of solo or group shows. From Venezuela to the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco, Frisco Arts welcomes a broad range of artists to exhibit at the Frisco Discovery Center. The galleries primarily support the display of two-dimensional media, such as painting and photography. Limited space for sculptural work is available.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 972-668-5180 and ask for Sharon.
Prexa Kapadia is an artist from India, debuting her solo show in the U.S. at the Frisco Art Gallery. Come see her fabric and cotton works in the reception gallery from Jan 5-Feb 10, 2015.
DEADLINE to submit images: 1/2/15
The Frisco Art Gallery (Main Gallery) will be exhibiting a variety of art images made with a press, including aquatints, woodcut relief prints, etchings, polymer engravings, intaglio and more. Come see the imPRESSive work of local printmakers! FREE and open to the public, Jan 7-31.To enter the show, email images and titles of your prints to email@example.com. If accepted, entry fee ($30) and entry form/release will be required at drop-off.
Drop-off:1.5.14 from 12-2PM
Reception/Award/Demo: 1.14.14 from 7-9PM
Pick-up: 1.31.14 from 1-3PM
Frisco Arts is hosting an open art exhibition for ages 15 and up. Emoticons are used in texting to convey nuances of feelings such as love, goofiness, sadness, anger, fright, and happiness. How do you express your emotions in art? Open to artists, ages 15 and up, working in any media. Pieces must be ready to hang or display, fully compatible with the Arakawa Cable and Rail system.
Submit up to 5 images of your work by January 28 to firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for the show. If accepted, you will be notified within 48 hours and the drop-off will take place from 12-2PM on Monday, Feb 2.
Questions? Contact Paige: email@example.com