Ja’Tovia Gary’s I KNOW IT WAS THE BLOOD at the Dallas Museum of Art positions daily life, ritual, and cultural traditions on the center stage.
Pencil on Paper Gallery extends the line of Black-owned galleries that trace the foundational practices of accessibility, inclusivity, and representation among art spaces in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Borna Sammak’s exhibition america, nice place at Dallas Contemporary conceptually and materially questions popular American archetypes and the redundancies of cultural consumerism.
Writer and poet Laura Neal visits Theresa Chong's Dallas exhibition dedicated to the organization of grief, and finds the power in the familiar and heavy emotion.
Ciara Elle Bryant’s installation Server: Love Ta, Love Ta Love Ya at McKinney Avenue Contemporary collages photographs to create a visual bibliography while building a physical space for Black representation.
Ash Studios is a Dallas community art space inspiring art entrepreneurship and collaborations with the end goal of raising awareness for social justice issues and underrepresented artists.