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Abhidnya Ghuge
by Dr. Jacqueline Chao

Taking Flight: An Interview with Abhidnya Ghuge

Abhidnya “Abhi” Ghuge’s Flight of the Canyon is a site-responsive installation created with thousands of woodblock-printed paper plates inspired by Indian henna designs and organic patterns found in nature. Born in India and trained as a dermatologist, Abhi is a multidisciplinary installation artist whose work explores issues of power, value, and the fragility of human […] Keep Reading...

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by Daniela Cruz

Three Dallas Exhibitions Showcase Early Global Trade

Fall marks an exciting time Keep Reading...

Title: Pitcher (Jarra) with Chinese double curved handles
Culture/Country: Puebla de los Angeles
Period: 17th century 
Medium: Earthenware 
Collection Title: Museo Franz Mayer Photograph: Michael Calderwood
Courtesy of the Archives of Farzaneh Pirouz
by Stacie Adams

Upcoming Exhibition: The Story of Talavera

Today’s Crow Collection Keep Reading...

Kathryn Selig Brown Interview 2
by Dr. Jacqueline Chao

Ornamenting the Perfection of Wisdom

Kathryn Selig Brown is an Independent Curator and Keep Reading...

Flight Of The Canyon, No. 2, Abhidnya Ghuge, 2016, Woodblock printed-paper plates, acrylic polymer, paint, wire armature, variable site responsive installation, Collection of the artist
by Gabby Pucci

A Sneak Peak at Abhidnya Ghuge

Her dynamic Keep Reading...

Photo by Turk Studio
by Suzanne Oshinsky

Exhibition Highlight with Dr. Kathryn Selig Brown

Dr. Kathryn Selig Brown provides some insight Keep Reading...

Photo by Turk Studio
by Suzanne Oshinsky

Artist Talk with Alexander Gorlizki

Get an inside look into the mind of Alexander Gorlizki. Keep Reading...

Photo by Turk Studio
by Suzanne Oshinsky

Artist Talk with Jean Shin

Curious about our newest exhibition Jean Shin: Inclusions? Keep Reading...

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by Kathleen Forrest

In Preparation for Slow Art

How do we slow down long enough to have meaningful encounters with art? Keep Reading...

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by Kathleen Forrest

Our Museum’s Digital Collection is Going 3-D

How do these two worlds collide? Keep Reading...