Author Archive

People are our Greatest Asset: Dan Pritchett

Dan Pritchett, Hometown: Dallas, Texas Great passions: guitars, fashion, art, cars, people Favorite musician: Rod Stewart First time I came to CentralTrak: was when it

People are our Greatest Asset: Carolyn Sortor

Carolyn Sortor, Hometown: Hales Corners, Wisconsin When I was a kid, I wanted to grow up to become: a ballerina or, failing that, a visual

People are our Greatest Asset: Nathan Green

Nathan Green, Hometown: Houston, TX When I was a kid, I wanted to grow up to become: Cowboy Favorite artist(s): Martin Kippenberger, Tal R, Sterling

CentralTrak Residents Mona Kasra and Danielle Georgiou in (w)hole!

Have you heard about the hottest ticket in town? *(w)hole* is a mixture of performance, theatre, installation, sound, and video, delivered in a 36,000-square-foot West

What Slice of This Pie Will *You* Support?

  CentralTrak: The UTD Artists’ Residency is a not-for-profit, arts organization, and we rely heavily on support from individuals, foundations and businesses. You have an appetite

Co- Re-Creating Spaces: a group exhibition curated by Carolyn Sortor & Michael A. Morris

What if any agency do we have in relation to existing systems, institutions, or attitudes we encounter and often feel powerless to change? Shared systems/spaces

EX MUS: experimental music concert series at CentralTrak

  CentralTrak is launching an experimental music concert series: EX MUS. On November 9, 2012 at 8 p.m., the collective of experimental musicians Andrew Jordan

Val’s workshop with Wade College of Design students

Recent CentralTrak resident, Val Curry, conducted a workshop about 3-D mold-making and sculptural editions for students at Dallas' Wade College of Design. See the video:

MAY 5, 12, 19 – HARAKIRI: To Die For Performances

A collaboration between performance artists and visual artists Harakiri is a ceremonial disembowelment specifically performed in front of spectators. This public self-execution creates a ritual

May 26th, 2011, 8-10pm – Larissa Aharoni’s GO COWBOYS

opening reception, May 26th, 2011, 8-10pm exhibition open Saturdays, noon to 5pm through June 30th Larissa Aharoni (Germany/Israel), presents the silkscreened artist's book, GO COWBOYS.