CADD Bus Tour
Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas (CADD) is continuing its popular bus tour program with another exciting art adventure to two member galleries in the Design District, a new and unique art space called The Warehouse and a prominent art collector's home. The bus tours contribute to the Annual CADD Scholarship to a graduating senior from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts.
The March 2nd tour will be led by gallery owners, Holly Johnson and Cris Worley. For information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
10:00 AM - Arrive at CADD member, Holly Johnson Gallery, 1411 Dragon Street. Please park on the opposite side of the street across from the gallery. View exhibitions by Theresa Chong and Randy Twaddle.
11:00 AM - Arrive at The Warehouse - tour the space and have lunch. The Warehouse is a new art space developed by two collecting couples from Dallas. The 18,000 square foot space is divided into 16 galleries and will show works from both the Rachofsky and Faulconer collections.
1:00 PM - Arrive at the home of Amy and Vernon Faulconer.
2:00 PM - Arrive at Cris Worley Fine Arts, 1415 Slocum Street, #104. View Exhibitions by Paul Booker and Edward Setina
2:45 PM - Return to Holly Johnson Gallery
Seating is Limited - Bus Tour Tickets are $50 per person
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