"With a family-friendly vibe and approach, the Frisco Art Gallery is a peerless resource for art lovers looking to expand their knowledge of unique exhibits, trailblazing and emerging artists, and the people shaping our city as a cultural destination."

-Wendi McGowan-Ellis, LifeStyle Frisco

 

Frisco Art Gallery

Display artwork and host art receptions in one or both of the galleries at the Frisco Discovery Center. The Main Gallery features bright colors, soaring ceilings and contemporary décor.  The Arakawa Rail and Cable system allows for 186 linear feet of hanging space. At 855 square feet, the Reception Gallery provides a more intimate exhibition space for artists.

 

Both the Main and Reception Galleries are FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC:

Tuesday-Thursday: 9-5 PM

Friday: 9AM-8PM

Saturday: 10AM-8PM

Sunday:  from 12-6PM

Monday: CLOSED

 

The Frisco Art Gallery features rotating exhibits by local, regional, national, and international artists as part of solo or group shows. From Venezuela to the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco, the Frisco Discovery Center welcomes a broad range of artists to exhibit. The galleries primarily support the display of two-dimensional media, such as painting and photography. Limited space for sculptural work is available.

 

Interested in hosting an exhibit in the Frisco Art Gallery?

Contact pprater@friscotexas.gov or call 972-292-6651.

 

 

 July 27 - August 31 - Duo Show: Daisy Velo & Monica Hernandez

 

 Local emerging artists, Daisy Velo and Monica Hernandez, will be exhibiting their work in the Frisco Art Gallery. Free and open to the public. The reception will be held on Saturday, August 6th, from 12-3PM.   Call 972-292-6652 with questions.

 

 

 

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"Flowtography: where poetry and photography intersect" - Chet Tucker Solo Show - September 3-October 1 - Frisco Art Gallery

Emerging artist, Chet Tucker, will be exhibiting photographs from his images of landscapes, urban streets, and a recent trip to the Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal. There will be public reception on Saturday, September 10, from 3-5PM, including a gallery talk with the artist at 4PM. Free and open to the public.