Collaboration with the CORE Residents of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
The MAC is proud to announce a three year collaborative program with the Museum of Fine Arts Houston to bring CORE resident exhibitions to Dallas. A CORE exhibition has never been seen outside of Houston and we are very excited to give the residents an opportunity to exhibit their work to a new audience.
Material Differences: Selections from CORE 2011 will be in all galleries and will incorporate Nick Barbee, Lourdes Correa-Carlo, Fatima Haidar, Steffani Jemison, Gabriel Martinez, Julie Ann Nagle, Kelly Sears and Clarissa Tossin of the visual arts program and Massa Lemu, Melissa Ragain, Julie Thomson and Wendy Vogel of the art critic program.
The MAC has a long history of supporting contemporary Texas art and artist residency programs. The collaboration with the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is a pivotal mile stone for continuing that same mission. Some of our most beloved Dallas artists have completed a residency at the Glassell such as Annette Lawrence and Trenton Doyle Hancock. Glassell Director, Joseph Havel, has work collected by the Dallas Museum of Art, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and is represented by Dallas’ Dunn and Brown Contemporary. We are proud to provide a space in Dallas for the CORE artists to exhibit together outside of Houston for the first time.