by Crave Staff
Saturday marks the 7th anniversary of Art Conspiracy!
September 26, 2011 – DALLAS – The roar of an approving crowd! Art of all stripes! A stage packed with musical talent! These are all hallmarks of Art Conspiracy and it’s time, once again, to mark this one-of-a-kind Dallas event on your calendar.
On Saturday, November 12, Art Conspiracy 7 will kick off at 7:00 p.m. at 511 West Commerce in Dallas. Original works from over 150 artists will be auctioned live in a fun, animated, free-for-all format. Art Conspiracy events are designed to be affordable and offer everyone a chance to purchase original artwork with opening bids starting at $20.
Local bands Datahowler, The Hope Trust and J. Charles and the Trainrobbers will provide musical entertainment and the Art Conspiracy stage will be transformed into a Tetris-inspired multi-media installation created with video mapping technology by artist, Edward Ruiz.
“Art Conspiracy brings artists on-site to create artwork,” says Erik Glissmann, Executive Director, Art Conspiracy. “We bring the artist community and audience involvement together for a unique style of fundraising. The event serves as an annual showcase of emerging visual artists and musicians. The all-volunteer Art Conspiracy Team transforms the venue into a pop-up gallery/concert hall with a fresh look every year.”
Art Conspiracy 7 will benefit Musical Angels, a Dallas nonprofit that provides free piano lessons to hospitalized children. Musical Angels offers lessons at Baylor Hospital and Children’s Medical Center and hopes to use the monies raised by Art Conspiracy to extend its reach and provide music lessons to children in additional area hospitals.
“I am very touched and beyond grateful that Art Conspiracy selected Musical Angels,” says Dr. Gustavo Tolosa, founder, Musical Angels. “Their generosity will make a positive imprint on the lives of many hospitalized children through the healing power of music.”
Art Conspiracy is proud to partner with Art&Seek, which brings coverage of North Texas arts and culture to KERA FM, KERA television, KXT 91.7 FM and to the web at atandseek.org. This year Art&Seek volunteers will be at Art Conspiracy offering all co-conspirators a chance to flex their creative muscles by creating a piece for the Art&Seek Con Artist Gallery.
Saturday, November 12 7:00 pm
511 W. Commerce, Dallas, TX 75208
Call: 214-794-3510 for tickets and information