“Keep Dallas Deviant” Art Show and Auction
February 27, 2009
2720 Elm Street , Dallas, TX
With celebrity artists like John Gonzales (aka Diablo Texas) and Anna Gonzales, web producer from cbs11tv.com, and familiar faces like Scotty Mankoff (crazypictureguy.com) and Khurk Maeder, your favorite Monday night bartender at the Doublewide, you’re sure to get an eyeful of art with a fresh perspective on Dallas’ seedy underbelly and mysterious past ala Kennedy. Given the theme, it is only apropos that the savvy ladies of Assassination City Roller Derby and the artists of the evening are donating proceeds of the art auction to the Oak Cliff Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to renovating the historic Texas Theatre (where Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested) to its original 1963 appearance.
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