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ArtCon(cert) Artist Profile: Rachel Gollay

Written by: Christopher Hughes On the heels of her recently released album, Built For Love, Rachel Gollay, the twenty-eight year old singer-songwriter from Fort Worth, has emerged as one of the most exciting artists and performers in the DFW metroplex. While her songs lend themselves…

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04 May 2015 Posted by Patti McLetchie in Community, events, music no comments

Artists Draw Inspiration from La boheme

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214.443.1014 suzanne.calvin@dallasopera.org or Celeste Hart 214.443.1071 celeste.hart@dallasopera.org DALLAS, MARCH 4, 2015 – A Dallas non-profit organization, Art Conspiracy, that conspires to bring artists and musicians together, has been invited to partner with The Dallas Opera…

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04 Mar 2015 Posted by Patti McLetchie in Art, Community, events no comments

WRECKED Artist Profile: Jonathan Stewart

Jonathan Stewart is a printmaker, originally from Georgia, now residing in Fort Worth. He earned a Master of Fine Arts with a concentration in Printmaking from the University of Dallas and is now an adjunct professor at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth and Brookhaven…

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06 Jun 2014 Posted by Megan Van Groll in Art, events, SEED no comments

WRECKED Artist Profile: Hobbes Vincent

Hobbes Vincent is Dallas’ and Art Con’s resident enigma. Born in Mexico, then (as he tells it) raised by a merry band of feral pigs in Northwest Arkansas, Hobbes is an often barefoot, occasionally axe-wielding intellectual giant who weaves one hell of a tall tale….

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06 Jun 2014 Posted by Megan Van Groll in Art, events, SEED no comments

WRECKED Artist Profile: Dowdy Studio

Pamela and Dylan Dowdy are what you might call a match made in craft heaven, and they’ve made a business and a life out of crafting quirky, beautiful and totally original prints, t-shirts, jewelry and more. “We were both born with artistic symptoms, so no…

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06 Jun 2014 Posted by Megan Van Groll in Art, events, SEED no comments