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1405 Turtle Creek Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207 | Downtown & Deep Ellum | 214-696-0555
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    For much of its existence, the Goss Michael Foundation has been known as that George Michael art place. But in the past few years, it's beginning to prove that it can be so much more. With...
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    There’s a gritty aspect to the new exhibition at Goss-Michael Foundation, and it’s got my radical cheerleader pompoms all perked up. Linder got her start in the Manchester art...
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    Considering that last year’s fundraising affair at the Goss-Michael Foundation benefiting MTV’s Staying Alive Foundation banked more than $700,000 toward empowering young people...
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    Is that graphite? If you were to ask exhibitions manager Kevin Jacobs the most memorable line during the Adam McEwen opening back in April, he’d say without a doubt, “Is that...
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    The Goss-Michael Foundation isn't just a chance for us common folk to drool over Kenny Goss and George Michael's private collection of British contemporary art. The foundation also supports...
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