About ART214

ART214 Biennial Juried Exhibition • 2024

The annual ART214 exhibition, a cornerstone of Dallas Arts Month, has transitioned into a biennial showcase, evolving to deepen its impact and celebrate the rich tapestry of artistry thriving in the North Texas region. This juried exhibition, born from a collaborative effort between five cultural venues under the umbrella of the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture, has become a highly anticipated event in the city’s cultural calendar.  The centers participating in ART214 are the Latino Cultural Center, the Bath House Cultural Center, the Oak Cliff Cultural CenterMoody Peformance Hall, and the South Dallas Cultural Center.

Focused on spotlighting the rich tapestry of regional artists, ART214 serves as a platform to recognize the artistic endeavors of those residing in North Texas. The exhibition’s primary objectives remain rooted in highlighting the immense talent within the community while providing artists with new avenues for showcasing their works. With each participating venue bringing its unique patrons and perspectives, ART214 has consistently aimed to introduce new artistic voices to varied audiences.

First launched in 2013, Dallas Arts Month is a city-wide celebration of Dallas arts that is held annually in April.  Arts Month is designed to build awareness and appreciation for the work of Dallas artists and organizations and foster creative learning and activity throughout the city. During Dallas Arts Month, residents and visitors are encouraged to participate in events and programming offered by art and cultural institutions from all disciplines.

Visit the Dallas Arts Month website HERE.

To read the exhibition prospectus and submit entries, click HERE.
The deadline to submit entries has passed.

See the list of participating artists and dates for the 2024 ART214 Juried Exhibitions HERE.