Monday, February 23, 2015

Public Art Tour At North Park Mall

Join NTAAC on Wednesday, March 4th for an insightful tour of the artwork at North Park Center. Billy Hines, General Manager will conduct the tour and talk about the art collection and the issues associated with public installations.

Public art is a very hot topic in Dallas right now, so this is a great opportunity to talk about art in public spaces and what impact the public has on the art. 

North Park Center art collection features major works by renowned artists including Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Joel Shapiro, Jim Dine, Jonathan Borofsky, and James Rosenquist among others. This collection encompasses a wide spectrum of materials such as cast bronze, welded steel, carved stone, mixed media and works on paper just to name a few. The artworks are located indoors and outdoors, tucked into nooks and displayed in high traffic areas. And are seen by thousands of people every week. 

The tour will start at 11:00am and will be followed by lunch at Luna De Noche. You are more than welcome to join us for one or both parts for this tour.

Space is limited to 20 people so RSVP ASAP to We'll meet under the Mark Di Suvero sculpture, Ad Astra,  also known as the Big Red X.

Wednesday, March 4th @ 11:00am
North Park Center
8687 North Central Expressway
Dallas TX 75225

See you under the Big Red X

Monday, February 9, 2015

Mark Your Calendar

Texas Art Conservation meeting
The February NTAAC fish fry lunch had a great turn out. Lots of golden fillets were consumed and stories told.

In March NTAAC will be taking a tour of the public art at North Park Mall lead by Bill Hines. This will be a great opportunity for an in depth look at issues surrounding art in public places. Lunch will follow the tour. So mark you calendar:

March 4th @ 11:00am
North Park Mall
Dallas TX

Also, its time for the annual NTAAC call for volunteer board members. If you would like to help build the art conservation community in North Texas send us an email

We are looking for all kinds of skills and talents, big and small. From event organization, to data entry, to media outreach, to lots of other things we haven't even thought about yet. Your evolvement in NTAAC will make a difference to the art and historic community.