The Goss-Michael Foundation 214-696-0555
1405 Turtle Creek Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75201 Visit Website
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The Goss-Michael Foundation is a 501 3c organization with a focus on promoting contemporary British art in the United States. Consisting solely of 20th and 21st century art by both established and emerging British artists, The Goss-Michael collection includes works by two of the most prominent visionaries of our time, Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin. The goal of the Goss-Michael Foundation is to educate and create a passion for art, with a global reach. The Foundation hosts lecture series and seminars featuring recognized art personalities speaking on the art itself as well as the art of collecting. The Foundation offers the opportunity for young artists to see all of the different mediums created by fellow emerging artists, adding to the educational value of the Goss-Michael Collection, an art collection of works from leading and emerging British artists, valued at over US$500 million. The Goss-Michael Foundation scholarship program provides monetary scholarships to students throughout Texas who are pursuing a university degree in visual or performing arts. More information can be found at www.gossmichaelfoundation.org.
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