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Video: What The Thunder Said – An Exhibit by Joshua Goode


by Cindy Chaffin 23 Mar 2010

I found Patrick Short, curator and founder of GuerillaArts in Dallas, delightfully intoxicating. His energy, passion and enthusiasm for the local arts community left me with no need for a libation. However, I somewhat digress. Expect more about Patrick (video) and his fascinating project in the coming weeks. This past Friday evening I purposely found […]

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I found Patrick Short, curator and founder of GuerillaArts in Dallas, delightfully intoxicating. His energy, passion and enthusiasm for the local arts community left me with no need for a libation. However, I somewhat digress. Expect more about Patrick (video) and his fascinating project in the coming weeks.

This past Friday evening I purposely found myself front and center at GuerillaArts for the opening exhibit, What the Thunder Said, by local artist Joshua Goode. I found both the installation and the artist quite powerful, emotional and rather vulnerable, giving us a very intimate and private look inside the lives of Joshua and the focus of his work, his younger sister.

Josh’s show will be up through Saturday, April 10. The Gallery is open every Saturday from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Gallery tours can also be made by appointment anytime by emailing us at [email protected].

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  • Josh’s show will be up through Saturday, April 10th. GuerillaArts will have open gallery hours every saturday until then from 11am-5pm. Gallery tours can also be made by appointment anytime by emailing us at [email protected]

    Don’t miss the opportunity to see Josh’s work in person, he has created one of the most affecting and powerful installations Dallas will ever see.

  • Thanks Cindy. As usual, this is a fantastic piece. I was so moved by Josh’s exhibit, and I’ve never had anyone close to me suffer a debilitating illness. So this show will surely resonate even more deeply with anyone who has.