Deep Ellum Art Walk

Posted by    |    September 21st, 2011 at 12:37 pm

The Deep Ellum Art Walk is like no other art event in Dallas. Deep Ellum, an incubator of creativity, offers cutting edge art and soul for the passionate free spirit as well as for the discriminating art patron.

The 11th Semi-Annual Deep Ellum Art Walk is Saturday, September 24, 2011 from 6-10PM in Deep Ellum and Exposition Park. The galleries of Deep Ellum and Expo Park will open their doors to the public for art viewing, shopping, music, food and drink. The event is free and most people can easily walk from gallery to gallery. The DART Green Line is available to take patrons from the Deep Ellum and Baylor stations to the Fair Park station in the Expo Park area. The galleries feature paintings, photography, sculpture, experiential and performance art in styles ranging from classic to modern.

For more information, please visit Deep Ellum’s Facebook events page by clicking here.

Participants include:

Kettle Art (Official Starting Point)
Tony Horton
Kirk Hopper Fine Art
29 Pieces
Factory Girl
Latino Cultural Center
The Mitchell Lofts
Mokah Art Gallery
Chi Gallery
500X Gallery
3025 Main
MG Painting and Design
2826 Arnetic
Steve Paul Productions
Calais Winery
In Accord
Demeter Project
The Ravach Arts Company

Art Walk maps will be available at each participating gallery.

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