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Fooling Ourselves

The MAC x Cedars Union Proudly Present:

Fooling Ourselves:

The Annual Cedars Union Member Show

Where: The MAC & Boedeker Building
The MAC — 1503 S Ervay St, Dallas, TX 75215
The Boedeker Building — 1201 S Ervay St. Dallas, TX 75215
When: October 22nd – November 19th, 2022
Opening Reception: October 22nd, 7 – 10 pm
Closing Reception: November 19th, 1 – 5 pm

The Cedars Union x The MAC are pleased to announce Fooling Ourselves, a group show by current Cedars Union community members and cohort artists. Opening October 22nd, the show will unfold across two venues: the historic Boedeker Building and nonprofit exhibition space The MAC. Located within walking distance of each other in the Cedars neighborhood, the two locations frame an exhibition that features the Cedars Union, a nonprofit art incubator, as a creative locus within the North Texas arts ecosystem. Featuring works of painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, and new media, Fooling Ourselves highlights the ways artists engage in discourse, collaboration, and cross-pollination at the Cedars Union. Themes, textures, and marks echo across the two venues, together forming a picture of what it looks like to be thinking about and making art in Dallas, now.

Participating artists include: Victoria Brill, Taylor Cleveland, Laura Davidson, Inyang Essien, Angel Faz, Ammie Felder-Williams, Daniel Flores, Carlin Flores, Tiara Unique Francois, Beronica Gonzales, Gemma Guiomard, Maria Haag, Rachael Henson, Taylor Hinchliffe, Lisa Horlander, Natalie Lammers, Laura J. Lawson, Lori Maclean, Tina Medina, JD Moore, Claire Moore, Grace Nicole, Cat Rigdon, Hannah Rotwein, Brantly Sheffield, Kai Siebert, Darin Triplett, Ashley Whitt, Matthew “Woody” Wood, and Phallon Lauderback Wright

The Cedars Union
1201 South Ervay Street
Dallas, 75215 Texas
1503 S Ervay St
Dallas, TX 75215
Open to the public Wed – Sat. 12 – 5 pm
Free entry with a suggested donation of $5



Founded in 1994, The MAC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization that stands as an advocate for creative freedom and visual art in all its forms. It supports emerging-to-established local, regional and international artists by offering the opportunity for experimentation and by facilitating a forum for critical dialogue, while promoting inclusivity and diversity as core values.



The Cedars is located just blocks from the heart of Downtown Dallas south of I-30. By car the Cedars is connected to the metroplex from major arteries: I-30, US-75, I-45, and I-35. The neighborhood is easily accessible by DART light rail and bus. DART Cedars Station is just over a quarter mile away.

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