Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Social Media for Artists
May
14
12:00 PM12:00

Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Social Media for Artists

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Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Social Media for Artists
Speaker: Jacque Forsher

Location: 14001 Goldmark Drive, Dallas, Texas in the Auditorium

Cost: Free
Bring your brown bag lunch. Water will be provided.

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Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series  - Presentation of Your Art
Jun
11
12:00 PM12:00

Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Presentation of Your Art

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Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series
June 11 from noon to 1:00 pm

"Presentation of your Art" - Speaker Lovita Irby

Reserve your spot by emailing the Goldmark Cultural Center at goldmarkculturalcenter@gmail.com

More info coming soon!

Cost: Free

Location: 14001 Goldmark Drive, Dallas, Texas in the Auditorium

Bring your brown bag lunch. Water will be provided.

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Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series -Katherine Wagner - Business Council for the Arts
Jul
9
12:00 PM12:00

Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series -Katherine Wagner - Business Council for the Arts

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Goldmark Cultural Center Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series
Reserve your spot by emailing the Goldmark Cultural Center at goldmarkculturalcenter@gmail.com


Tuesday, July 9th from noon - 1:00 pm

Speaker - Katherine Wagner of the Business Council for the Arts

Location: 14001 Goldmark Drive, Dallas, Texas in the Auditorium

Cost: Free
Bring your brown bag lunch. Water will be provided.

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Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Willie Baronet
Nov
12
12:00 PM12:00

Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Willie Baronet

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Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series
November 12th from noon to 1:00 pm
Speaker: Willie Baronet

Reserve your spot by emailing the Goldmark Cultural Center at goldmarkculturalcenter@gmail.com

More info coming soon!

Cost: Free


Location: 14001 Goldmark Drive, Dallas, Texas in the Auditorium

Please bring your brown bag lunch,. Water will be provided

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Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Marketing your Art
Apr
9
12:00 PM12:00

Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Marketing your Art

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Goldmark Cultural Center April Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series
Topic -Marketing Your Art

Cost: Free
Please bring your brown bag lunch.

Reserve your spot by emailing Andrea at andrea@lamarsaude.com

Location -Goldmark Cultural Center, 14001 Goldmark Drive, Dallas, Texas -Auditorium
Speaker - Andrea Lamarsaude (www.andrealamarsaude.com)

Join Goldmark Artist and Marketing for Artists consultant Andrea Lamarsaude and learn about the best ways to Market Your Art.

Topics include:

•What is marketing and why is it so important?

•Your situation as it relates to marketing your art.

•Five key areas to look at before you market
1. Your portfolio
2. Visual presentation of your art
3. Your artist story
4. Your inspiration
5. Your brand

•Ways to market (traditional and online)

Plus we will have takeaways & helpful resources!


About Andrea:
Andrea is a Dallas-based visual artist specializing in abstract acrylic, mixed media and collage. Andrea’s hope is that her paintings tell captivating stories, inspire conversations, and bring positive, creative energy into the world.  
Andrea is a member of the Texas Visual Arts Association (TVAA) and is pursuing a Fine Arts Certification with Sessions College for Professional Design. She is Board President of Color Me Empowered and is a resident artist with Art for your Cause. She is represented by Swank Home | Morgen Garis Gallery at Dallas Market Center.

Andrea is a native of Dallas with a bicultural French/American background with extensive marketing communications knowledge gained from working in a variety of settings, from startups to Fortune 500 companies, in the U.S., Europe, Africa, and Asia including Texas Instruments and Alcatel (Nokia). 

She has over 25 years marketing communications experience including: marketing campaign project management, trade show and event management and content creation (website, social media, web banners, print ads, billboards, newsletters, blogs, email marketing, printed collateral, articles, proposals, direct mail, advertising, etc.).

Andrea holds a bachelor's degree in business administration, specializing in marketing, from Southern Methodist University, international management accreditation by INSEAD University, and professional certification, received via Alcatel's leadership training program, from the Ecole de Management Lyon in France.


Andrea is a former Board President of the American Marketing Association, Dallas-Fort Worth chapter (2011-12).

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Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs - Community Office Hours at the Goldmark
Apr
4
1:00 PM13:00

Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs - Community Office Hours at the Goldmark

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Join the Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs at OCA on the Go!

Do you want to know more about:
• Funding opportunities for artists and arts organizations?
• Performing or presenting in a neighborhood cultural center or library?
• The public art process and opportunities?
• The Dallas Cultural Plan?

Or do you just want a chance to visit and brainstorm with OCA staff?

Join us at a neighborhood location near you with OCA On the Go.

-- Thursday, April 4th - 1pm - 4pm here at the Goldmark Cultural Center!

-- Monday, April 15th - 5pm - 8pm at Cedars Union - 1219 S. Ervay Street, Dallas, Texas 75215

-- Saturday, April 20th - (*In English and Spanish!* ) - 10am – 1pm at Oak Cliff Cultural Center - 223 W Jefferson Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75208

Public Transit Information: please see the DART website for more information and to help you plan your route.  Local routes and suggested information is provided below for your convenience; please refer to the DART website for the latest schedules.

The Goldmark Cultural Center is accessible via the DART Rail Red Line – Parker Road Station, with a connection to the 463 bus line towards Addison Transit Cntr Via Spring Valley STA.  The nearest bus stop is Spring Valley @ Weatherred, and the Goldmark Cultural Center lis ocated ~0.2 miles from this stop at 13999 Goldmark Drive in Dallas.

For more information, visit the Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs

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Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Speaker Terri Thoman
Mar
12
12:00 PM12:00

Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Speaker Terri Thoman

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Goldmark Cultural Center Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - March 2019

Date & Time: Tuesday, March 12th from noon to 1:00 PM
Bring your lunch and join us for our March Lunch & Learn!

Speaker: Terri Thoman

About Terri:
My Story
When asked if I enjoy any hobbies, my reply is...

I love what I do, so it is what I do all the time, I am a Printmaker.

In an era of mass produced imagery, I find great joy practicing the Old World techniques of Hand Printing. Something occurs during the physical act of creating a matrix with my hands, listening to the ink, feeling the paper between my fingers as I pull each print ; I become immersed in the process.  Each technical challenge fuels the awe as I behold the final state of the print.  I am witness to the magic that occurs when the abstract marks come together and an image becomes clear. 

   This is the joy that is "Printmaking".

With a BFA in Printmaking from Swain School of Design, experience as an assistant printer at Peregrine Press, and countless exhibits regionally, nationally, and internationally;  I share my expertise through teaching and advising on many educational levels, I have worked with adults, children and professional artists to achieve a creative goal. 

Terri has created workshops and lectures for local colleges and high schools. Her work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, most recently at the Texas Women’s Museum. She owns Paper Arts, a local store featuring the largest selection in the country of fine arts papers from around the world. 

Please fill out and submit the form below to RSVP for our March Lunch & Learn.

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Goldmark Cultural Center Spring Art Walk
Mar
9
11:00 AM11:00

Goldmark Cultural Center Spring Art Walk

Spring Art Walk!

Saturday, March 9th from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm!

Artist Open Studios in both buildings!

“Print, Prints, Prints!” Exhibition - Opening Reception Exhibition in the John H. Milde Gallery

Print Rodeo - Texas Student Showcase

We’ll have our Pop Up Store, live artist demos and more!

The Scouts will be on hand at our Art Walk selling Chocolate Bars for $1 and Scout Camp Cards. The money they raise from the chocolate and Camp Card sales will help with needed funds for Scout trips, uniforms, and other scouting needs.

The money they raise from sales of these items will help with needed funds for Scout trips, uniforms, and other scouting needs. 

As well the Scouts will be "Scouting for Food." for the White Rock Center of Hope pantry.
Look for our art decorated tubs in both buildings to place your donations. 

Food items most needed include: Canned foods such as meat products, chili, chicken, soup. Any boxed shelf item: for example, Hamburger Helper, Suddenly Salad, potatoes, etc. etc. CANNOT be opened or expired. 
No perishable items please.

White Rock Center of Hope serves all who come. It is a community coalition of churches, civic organizations, businesses, schools and individuals working together. Food Pantry Contributions provide groceries tailored to family size and needs and they also serve a wide range of Dallas areas with other services.

 
Join Us!

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Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series  - Insurance for Artists
Feb
12
12:00 PM12:00

Goldmark Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Series - Insurance for Artists

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February Brown Bag Lunch & Learn - Insurance for Artists.

Location: Goldmark Cultural Center, 14001 Goldmark Drive, Dallas,Texas - Auditorium

Time: noon to 1:00 pm

Cost: Free

Our speaker is, Trent Wilkins - Agent with State Farm.

Trent will focus on the specific insurance needs for artists.

Trent Wilkins is a State Farm agent in Plano, Texas He focuses directly on small business owners and the difficulties that can arise from the day to day operations of running your own business. No matter how big or small it is important to know what you are at risk for and how to best cover your assets and liability of operating in the public sphere. 

Bring your brown bag lunch and come learn about this very important business topic for artists.

The Goldmark Cultural Center will provide bottled water.

This event is free but we do ask you to register so we know how many to expect.

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Glazing, Bisque-fired Bowls for NTFB Empty Bowls Fundraiser - Part II
Jan
31
11:00 AM11:00

Glazing, Bisque-fired Bowls for NTFB Empty Bowls Fundraiser - Part II

We need you!
Join us for the “Glazing, Bisque-fired Bowls” event for the 20th Annual North Texas Food Bank Empty Bowls fundraiser!

We will be doing glaze painting on bisque bowls on Thursday, January 24th and Thursday, January 31st from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm each day.

Goldmark Resident ceramic artists Marty Ray & Eva Kustarne will assist and give instructions.

Glazes and bowls provided.

Cost: Free

Final fired bowls will be donated to the North Texas Food Bank, March "Empty Bowls” Fundraiser.

Location:
13999 Goldmark Drive
Dallas, Texas, 75240

The “Glazing Bowls” event is free but we do ask that you complete and submit the RSVP form below so we know how many people to expect.

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 Glazing, Bisque-fired Bowls  for NTFB Empty Bowls Fundraiser - Part I
Jan
24
11:00 AM11:00

Glazing, Bisque-fired Bowls for NTFB Empty Bowls Fundraiser - Part I

We need you!
Join us for the “Glazing, Bisque-fired Bowls” event for the 20th Annual North Texas Food Bank Empty Bowls fundraiser!

We will be doing glaze painting on bisque bowls on Thursday, January 24th and Thursday, January 31st from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm each day.

Goldmark Resident ceramic artists Marty Ray & Eva Kustarne will assist and give instructions.

Glazes and bowls provided.

Final fired bowls will be donated to the North Texas Food Bank, March "Empty Bowls” Fundraiser.

Location:
13999 Goldmark Drive
Dallas, Texas, 75240

The “Glazing Bowls” event is free but we do ask that you complete and submit the RSVP form below so we know how many people to expect.

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January Lunch & Learn | Business Basics & Copyright/Legal Issues for Artists
Jan
15
12:00 PM12:00

January Lunch & Learn | Business Basics & Copyright/Legal Issues for Artists

Goldmark Cultural Center | Lunch & Learn Speaker Series
January 15, 2018 - Noon to 1:00 PM
Location: 14001 Goldmark Drive, Dallas, Texas
Auditorium (Room #132)
Speaker: Thomas Maddrey, Managing Partner / Founder, Maddrey PLLC

Cost: Free
Lunch: Complimentary pizza and water will be served. Or you can bring a brown bag.

If you are a working or aspiring artist, there is a core set of knowledge you must have to achieve your goals. In this hour seminar, art attorney and former artist and gallery owner Thomas Maddrey will walk you through two main areas that are of importance to all artists: 

·      Business Formation and Basics

·      Copyright and Legal Issues for Artists

Questions are encouraged! Thomas just loves diving into the nuts and bolts of where law, business, and art all meet. You don't want to miss this one!

Space will go quick for this informative Lunch & Learn!
Please complete the form below to reserve your spot!

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Holiday Season - Pop Up Art Gallery!
Nov
17
to Dec 14

Holiday Season - Pop Up Art Gallery!

Visit our Holiday Season - Pop-Up Art Gallery in the Building 14001 Classroom through Friday, December 14th AND at our Resident Artist Holiday Sale on December 9th from 1-4pm!

All works are available for purchase!

Featuring selected works from the following Goldmark Cultural Center Resident Artists:
Mary Catherine Davis
Martell Holloway
Andrea Lamarsaude
Liz London
Kathy Baker Mackey
Margo Miller
Eliana Miranda
Mateus Moura 
Marty Ray
Richard Ray
Roberto Romero
Don Taylor
Evita Tenzeno
Lori Whitaker 
Eva Kustarne Zsoldos  



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November Art Walk | Pop-Up Store
Nov
17
12:00 PM12:00

November Art Walk | Pop-Up Store

November 17, 2018. noon to 4:00 pm. 13999 and 14001 Goldmark Drive.

Art Walk
Join your friends at the Goldmark Cultural Center for a November Art Walk on Saturday, November 17, from noon to 4pm. This event is free and open to the public.

Visitors are invited to tour the studios and working spaces of resident artists, who will be on hand to answer questions about their work, techniques, and themselves.

Throughout the Art Walk you'll find a host of interactive activities, installations, and creative demos taking place - everything from clay work, silk scarf, chair and face painting, to the ethereal sounds of crystal bowls and the beautiful spoken word of poetry.

In addition to the open artist studios, the Milde Gallery will feature a display of high school student ceramic work, with the surrounding hallways boasting a pop-up display of local college student work. Come show your support to our next generation of artists!

Pop-Up Store
Perfect timing for your holiday gift-giving!

The Goldmark Pop-Up Store at 14001 Goldmark Drive will be open during our November 17th Art Walk! The Pop-Up Store features beautiful works of art created by our resident artists.

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November Art Walk - The Hoodie Project Pop-Up Photo Booth
Nov
17
12:00 PM12:00

November Art Walk - The Hoodie Project Pop-Up Photo Booth

On Saturday Nov. 17th from noon-4 pm during the Goldmark Cultural Center Art Walk, Susan Sponsler-Carstarphen will be photographing anyone who wants to be included in The Hoodie Project

Participants will be photographed at 13999 Goldmark Drive, In Unit #100 wearing a hoodie in memory of Trayvon Martin  and other victims of racial violence. 

The Hoodie Project is a memorial photo series instigated by the tragic murder of Trayvon Martin. It features artworks motivated by the iconic image of the “hoodie,” which Trayvon wore the night he was murdered, and its implications for race, representation and prejudice. The reference to the hoodie also highlights the popular dialogues that arouse surrounding the “hoodie” in popular culture, including the ways in which the garment has marked certain bodies as dangerous.

The Hoodie Project widens the discussion by giving voice to other innocent young men who were shot either by mistake like Brandon Robinson (unarmed college football player shot by police) or killed by prejudice like Vincent Chin (beaten to death in a Detroit suburb by two white auto workers.)

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What Dreams May Come Exhibition - Closing Reception
Nov
9
6:30 PM18:30

What Dreams May Come Exhibition - Closing Reception

Please join us for a Closing Reception in the Milde Gallery at the Goldmark Cultural Center on
Friday, November 9, from 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Participating artists--
Rita Barnard, Sarah Barnett, Angie Bolling, Anya Bosworth, Vicki Charlotta,
Sheila Cunningham, Enrique Fernández Cervantes, Jacque Forsher, Patricia McMillan, 
Margo Miller, Jeff Muncy, and Jose Vargas

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What Dreams May Come : An exhibition curated by Jacque Forsher
Oct
18
to Nov 9

What Dreams May Come : An exhibition curated by Jacque Forsher

Please join us for a Closing Reception in the Milde Gallery at the Goldmark Cultural Center on
Friday, November 9, from 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Participating artists--
Rita Barnard, Sarah Barnett, Angie Bolling, Anya Bosworth, Vicki Charlotta,
Sheila Cunningham, Enrique Fernández Cervantes, Jacque Forsher, Patricia McMillan, 
Margo Miller, Jeff Muncy, and Jose Vargas

Exhibit on display through November 9, 2018 in the John H. Milde Gallery at 13999 Goldmark Drive.
An exhibition of works curated by Jacque Forsher.

Available gallery viewing times - Monday - Friday:  11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Participating Artists:
Rita Barnard
Sarah Barnett
Angie Bolling
Anya Bosworth
Vicki Charlotta
Sheila Cunningham
Enrique Fernandez Cervantes
Jacque Forsher
Patricia McMillan
Margo Miller
Jeff Muncy
Jose Vargas

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