Photo courtesy of Chancellor Page

Goldmark Cultural Center will present an exhibition of new works by Chancellor Page. Page spent two years creating this series of works on paper, investigating why we forget, what we choose to remember and how we reconcile personal and collective loss. Drawing from a space where the sacred and sordid thrive in the same cage, this work explores the wild, ungovernable self, and ultimately celebrates awareness, authenticity, and impermanence.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through August 3.

Goldmark Cultural Center will present an exhibition of new works by Chancellor Page. Page spent two years creating this series of works on paper, investigating why we forget, what we choose to remember and how we reconcile personal and collective loss. Drawing from a space where the sacred and sordid thrive in the same cage, this work explores the wild, ungovernable self, and ultimately celebrates awareness, authenticity, and impermanence.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through August 3.

Goldmark Cultural Center will present an exhibition of new works by Chancellor Page. Page spent two years creating this series of works on paper, investigating why we forget, what we choose to remember and how we reconcile personal and collective loss. Drawing from a space where the sacred and sordid thrive in the same cage, this work explores the wild, ungovernable self, and ultimately celebrates awareness, authenticity, and impermanence.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through August 3.

WHEN

WHERE

The Center Artspace and Studios
13999 Goldmark Dr.
Dallas, TX 75240
http://www.thecenterarts.org/exhibitions.html

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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