urban footprint photography reception, Main Gallery, May 2013. Image courtesy of Scott McDaniel.
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.
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Deadline to enter: April 26, 5PM.
About the Show:
From an individual footprint to a complex skyline, human industry and creativity have altered and transformed the natural world. This exhibit seeks photographs that capture a moment in, a representative of, or a monument to, this endeavor. For details, see the exhibit page.
Thursday, May 16, 7-9PM. Enjoy light refreshments, meet some of the artists, listen to a 30 minute panel discussion with Gerry Burns, Matthew Golden, and Stephen Masker, and find out who won the "Best of Show" award! Free & open to the public.
The Visual Arts Guild of Frisco hosts an annual open call for artwork for members and non-members for the month of June in the Frisco Art Gallery.
MAY 25 DEADLINE to submit JPEGS via email!
A $500 cash prize will be awarded to the "Best of Show" winner.
Lisa Hees, Director of the The McKinney Avenue Contemporary in Dallas,
Lauren Cross, Director of the WoCA gallery in Fort Worth, and
Leon Robertson, Exhibits Coordinator for the VAGF.
For details, please review the prospectus.
For details and forms, see the exhibit page.
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For the month of September, Frisco Arts will be highlighting three-dimensional artwork in the Frisco Art Gallery, along with a two week installation and a large-scale exhibit, Sept 9-20, and a three-day weekend "spectacle" on Sept 13-15 with live demos, vendors, and artist booths in the Special Events Center. For more information, please see the event page.