Four OAC facilities, the Latino Cultural Center, the Moody Performance Hall, the Oak Cliff Cultural Center and the South Dallas Cultural Center, are collaborating and organizing a multi-venue juried exhibition that will showcase the works of artists who live in Dallas and the Greater North Texas region.
The Bath House Cultural Center, a regular venue of ART214, will not participate in the 2020 exhibition due to building renovations.
ART214 is a multi-section collaborative exhibition that gives the citizens of Dallas an opportunity to discover and enjoy the work of talented local and regional visual artists. Each of the partnering cultural center brings its own audiences, artists, communities and history. By scheduling connected dates to display a different section of the show at each center, the ART214 exhibition creates a unique opportunity for the public to visit all the centers during Dallas Arts Month, and it also promotes collaboration and cross-pollination of artists and audiences.
Entries Deadline: Friday, February 7, 2020 (midnight)
An entry fee is not required. The Jurors will review photographs of completed artwork and will select pieces for the exhibition. Unfinished artwork will not be reviewed.
Artists may submit up to three works of art for consideration. The exhibition organizers will not accept files submitted on CDs, removable memory sticks, or by e-mail. All the artwork submitted and exhibited in the ART214 exhibition must be completely the applicant’s original idea and creation. Art that infringes somebody else’s intellectual property rights will be disqualified and removed from the exhibition.