MCL Grand Art Galleries


The Gallery at MCL Grand is 2,400 square feet of flexible display space with about 300 feet of linear wall space with Gallery lighting that is used for local, regional and touring exhibits. Regular gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. To schedule group visits during other hours, call 972.219.8446.

Current Exhibit- Main Art Gallery

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LISD District Art Show
February 16 - April 14

The annual LISD Art Show, featuring art from every school in the district, is celebrating its 20th annual show in 2018. An interactive ribbon tree will be part of this year’s show. tree will be a representation of our community and how we each play a role in the creativity of our art students. The tree will be decorated by everyone that visits the gallery. Each person will add a ribbon to the golden tree limbs. Please help celebrate art and this momentous occasion by attending the shows and supporting art education in LISD.

Show Schedule:
Elementary- East, March 23-31
Elementary- West, April 6-14

Current Exhibit- North Corridor Gallery

The North Corridor Gallery space is located near our Classrooms, and has about 85 feet of linear wall space with gallery lighting for various smaller art show.


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Sam Ivie: Monochromatic Exhibit
March 9 - April 21

This exhibition features the paintings and drawings of Sam Ivie. This exhibit includes mostly monochromatic stippled drawings along with some images in color. Portraits and invented imagery are the primary subject matter of these works on paper.

Upcoming Exhibit- North Corridor Gallery

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Peculiar History an MFA Thesis Exhibition by Sarah Ellis
April 28 - May 12

Collecting is comfort, it is compulsion, and it is curiosity. Most importantly, it is different for everyone. So why are some things more precious than others? Individual items can stand for a single memory, a shared experience, or an ideal. A collection can speak to itself, developing an entirely new narrative when viewed as a whole. This thesis exhibition celebrates the candidate’s concentration in printmaking and explores visual narratives through humor and nostalgia.

An opening reception will be held on Saturday, April 28, 7-9 p.m.

To learn more about the artist visit


If interested in finding out how to get a gallery show in one of our spaces please contact Aaron Kays at to find out more about being added to our schedule.