North Texas Artists Auction

The North Texas Artists Auction was created with two visions in mind: To make a positive impact by raising funds for social causes that are currently affecting the community and to create a platform for artists in North Texas to build a community and bring awareness to the talent that resides here. For each series the artists have an option of donating a minimum of 20% of the sales to two organizations. For Series Two, we are focusing on two local organizations, Feed the People Dallas and United Peoples Coalition.

The artists suggest the sale price, prices may be adjusted depending on size, framing, and anything that may affect the cost for shipping. All unsold work stays with the artist. North Texas Artists Auction does not keep or hold any art. Shipping and local delivery is left to the artist to fulfill.


All current North Texas residents are encouraged to submit. Series Two’s theme is 'Prints + Zines', we are currently accepting print based media which may include: artist books, zines, printmaking, and photography. We will select a total of 15 submissions to be included in an auction sale starting Oct. 26th. 1 submission per artist of a zine or print (with a maximum of 5 copies/edition of 5).


Melissa Brito - Born in Dallas, TX, Melissa Brito received a BA in Art History from the University of North Texas with a concentration in Mexican-American political and social representation. Melissa is passionate about providing equitable access to the arts within the Latinx community she grew up in. She has worked in several capacities at the Dallas Museum of Art and currently serves as the Teaching Specialist for the Family, Youth and Access bilingual programming. Melissa has been in the non-profit sector since 2015 working in various roles including education for cultural institutions, event planning, and development.

Mariah Tyler- lives and works in New York City as a photo editor and photographer. She is an Anthropology and Photography alum from University of North Texas, with much or her work focusing on culture and identity. In 2016, she published 214EVER, a photobook on the Dallas hip hop community. Mariah has worked with Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine, Afropunk, Lensculture, and Aperture.


Tuesday, October 20th, 11:00 PM

Works will be posted to our Instagram feed which will serve as a virtual exhibition space via the connected social media platform

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Fort Worth Community Arts Center

1300 Gendy Street

Fort Worth, TX 76107

(817) 738-1938

Hours of Operation: Monday - Saturday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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