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Some of the art collectives in North Texas  

500X:  Texas’ oldest, artist-run cooperative gallery, established in 1978, exhibits its up-and-coming Dallas members – and guest artists.

Apophinia Underground:  Pair of UTA students that hosted four pop-up exhibitions in Deep Ellum, May 2013

Art Foundation: Brainy Dallas art collective established in 2012 that cultivates artistic dialogue with aesthetic, critical explorations.

The Sour Grapes:  Oak Cliff group has evolved from the days when the busy graffiti crew woke up hours before junior high to tag the neighborhood with their signature popsicle-esque characters.

Good-Bad Collective: Surrealist pranksters, the Texas-based artist group created over 250 events in Texas andNew York from 1993 to 2001. The group returns for the Nasher Xchange project.

HOMECOMING! Committee ( 13 ): An experimental Fort Worth-based art collaboration hailing from Denton in 2011, calls itself dynamic and energizing.

S.C.A.B. (Socialized Contemporary Artists Bureau) : Underground Dallas artist collective making big splash with exhibitions in warehouses, pools, studios, galleries in Dallas and beyond.

Dick Higgins: Small band of artists that invented its own Dallas Biennial exhibited at Oliver Francis Gallery in 2012.

Solvent:  Past and present UTD student collective of young artists working in Texas.

The Ghost Town Arts Collective (GTAC) Artist co-op with gallery and performance space in Denison since 2006. Multimedia collective nurturing all art forms.

In Cooperation with Muscle Nation:  DFW art group that met at UTD explores the spirit of the collective body, addressing risk and reward of collaboration.

Art Beef: Dallas group, temporarily based in Deep Ellum, produces site-specific installations, exhibitions and events using vacant commercial space.

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