Current Exhibitions

All current exhibitions are free and open to the public.

 

On View in the Arthello Beck Gallery
UNSPOKEN BURDENS

Opens Friday, July 2, 2021 from 5-8 PM
JULY 2 – AUGUST 14 (Saturday 12-3PM by appointment ONLY )


Artist Jeremy Biggers, a South Dallas native, opens his solo exhibition with new work. UNSPOKEN BURDENS is a series of paintings and drawings that broach the conversation around male identity and social constructs. Dubbed “Dallas’ Hardest Working Multi-Hyphenate” by D Magazine, from drawing to painting to graphic design to photography to film making, Jeremy Biggers has been involved with image making his entire life.  He attended Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts where he primarily focused on expression through graphite and charcoal drawing. To see more of Jeremy’s work  CLICK HERE.

 

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On View in the Lobby Gallery
REFLECTIONS


REFLECTIONS
is a juried photography exhibit of the David W. Carter High School feeder pattern schools, and was created to allow the students an opportunity to creatively reflect upon their thoughts and process their emotions through the camera’s lens.

IMPORTANT! 

 

ARTHELLO BECK AND EMERGING ARTISTS GALLERY

 

The South Dallas Cultural Center’s two visual art galleries feature innovative and thought-provoking exhibitions that address a range of social and cultural themes. Our exhibition program presents influential local, regional, and national artists such as Phoenix Savage, Pucci Lisenbee, and Ciare Elle Bryant.

South Dallas Cultural Center’s visual art galleries was named in honor of artist and long-time SDCC supporter, Arthello Beck. A South Dallas native, Beck dedicated his life to the arts and supporting African American culture. He traveled extensively, showcasing his works in cultural institutions across the world. By the 1970’s, Beck and his wife, Mae, established the Arthello Beck Gallery in Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas. Arthello Beck passed away in 2004 and our galleries became his namesake in 2007. The South Dallas Cultural Center is proud to pay tribute to Beck’s unyielding creativity and his profound affection for the culture and lives of Black people.