Art Prostitute Returns For the Weekend

Summer is finally upon us, and for the third time the East Dallas Gallery Day is helping us load up on a little culture before we hit the pool. This year, 14 galleries in Downtown, Deep Ellum and Expo Park will be opening their doors and providing Dallisites of all ages with much appreciated air conditioning and some excellent local art. Be sure to stop by The Public Trust (2919-C Commerce) while you're there, the gallery is celebrating its tenth year anniversary with a walk down memory lane, from the gallery's origin as the lapsed art magazine Art Prostitute in 2004 to today. The gallery will be showcasing work from the artists who graced the pages of Art Prostitute and the walls of The Public Trust over the past 10 years, and as a special treat Art Prostitute will be in print, and on sale for the first time since 2007. East Dallas Gallery Day kicks off at noon and runs until 8 p.m., for a complete list of participating galleries visit The first 25 visitors at each gallery will get a grab bag, including a snazzy limited edition EDGD T-shirt.
Sat., June 14, 12-8 p.m., 2014
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Nicholas Bostick is a national award-winning writer and former student journalist. He's written for the Dallas Observer since 2014, when he started as an intern, and has been published on Pegasus News, and Relieved, among other publications. Nick enjoys writing about everything from concerts to cobblers and learns a little more with every article.
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