Though Frank Campagna's Kettle Art Gallery has only been open for three years, it's already hard to imagine Deep Ellum without it. Part of that reason is because Campagna himself has long been a staple of the Dallas art and music scenes. He started back in the late '70s designing flyers and murals for rock clubs like DJ's, The Palladium (not to be confused with today's Palladium Ballroom) and The Gypsy Tea Room and later hosted rock shows at his own Studio D and painted the famous Good-Latimer tunnel murals. Continuing his contributions to the art world through the gallery he and fellow artist Kirk Hopper run, he's hosted many a great exhibition,... More >>>