JR Compton over at Dallas Arts Revue has posted a nice photographic chronicle of Art Conspiracy 3, the Dallas event put on to benefit local non-profit arts groups. AC features artists who create new works at the event, an auction of said works and live music, all in an informal setting. It’s a great scene, and just the type of event North Texas needs more of.
This year’s AC (the third annual event, hence the name) was held December 9 at The Door, in the former Gypsy Tea Room space on Main Street in Deep Ellum. It raised funds for the St. Anthony Community Center in the Fair Park area, which provides arts and music programming for children after school and on weekends.
No word yet on how this year’s event did (if you know, let us know and we’ll update this post), but the past two years netted over $20,000 in funds for local groups. Take a look at the AC site and JR’s photos, and if you like what you see (and you should), you can still make a donation online.