MCL Grand Art Galleries

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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.

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

Mysterious Dreams-Wright 600dpi"Uncrated" and "Small Works" art exhibition
Visual Art League of Lewisville
June 8 - July 13


Mary Faust Carradine will have pieces on display from her "Uncrated. A retrospective" exhibit. Carradine is the first place winner in the 2018 Fresh Ideas winner. The "Small Works" exhibit will feature works of art from members of the Visual Art League of Lewisville. The works will feature small works no larger than 8.” Many pieces will be offered for purchase.

 


2018 CollageVisual Art League of Lewisville
Fresh Ideas 2019
Art Competition and Exhibit
July 20 - Aug. 24
Opening reception: Saturday, July 20, 7-9 p.m.

The first place winner of the this show will receive a solo exhibit in the 2020. The winner of the 2018 show, Mary Faust Carradine, has pieces on display through July 13.

“Fresh Ideas 2019” is the Visual Art League of Lewisville’s annual juried art exhibit. This prestigious, must-see show attracts artists from Texas and features exciting and innovative art of all types.

 

 


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Texas International Pop Festival: 50 Years Later
Aug. 31 – Oct. 19
Opening reception: Friday, Aug. 30, 7-9 p.m.

On Labor Day weekend in 1969, more than 120,000 music fans came together to watch live performances by the biggest names in pop, rock, and blues at the Texas International Pop Festival. Just two weeks after Woodstock, an open field near Dallas International Motor Speedway staged iconic performances for three days under the Texas sun. Curious locals gawked as Lewisville became flooded with hippies from across the country spreading peace and free love. Lake Lewisville served as the temporary home to festival-goers who recalled the event as a life-changing experience. Now, 50 years later, we take another look at this groundbreaking festival through rare photographs, archival video footage, oral histories, and artifacts that share a glimpse into that unforgettable weekend.