In addition to our grant-making, TACA hosts numerous arts-related events including community convening, capacity-building workshops for arts leaders, and fundraising events. Please use our event calendar below to stay up-to-date on where TACA will be in our community how you can join us in supporting our North Texas arts community.
The TACA Appreciation Reception is an annual event held to celebrate TACA’s most generous supporters and benefactors. TACA will also announce the 2020 Silver Cup Award Honorees at this exclusive, celebratory evening.
To learn more about supporting TACA, please contact Julie Bice, Senior Development Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s TACA’bout It is a new quarterly programming series engaging the North Texas community across multiple dimensions of art and culture. Programs offer intriguing learning experiences, provide thoughtful conversation and the opportunity to make new connections.
Join us for a special night at the Dallas Contemporary in the Design District! This intimate event will feature a reception with light bites and drinks and a private tour of Dallas Contemporary’s newest exhibitions by American figurative painter, John Currin, Polish-German contemporary artist, Alicja Kwade, and American conceptual artist, Jessica Vaughn.
*Supporters of TACA’s annual giving campaigns (Arts Ambassadors, Founders Circle, Corporate Partners for Party on the Green) at $1,000+ receive two (2) complimentary event passes. To get your event passes, please contact Leah Hammett at 214.520.3930 or email@example.com.
The Amplifier Workshops are a series of professional development workshops aimed at providing local arts and cultural administrators access to expertise on specific topics that may otherwise be difficult to access on an individual basis. These workshops give organizations the opportunity to directly engage with local and national arts experts on topics such as marketing, audience development, and fundraising.
Race Forward, a national racial justice organization, will facilitate a training for board and staff leadership of Dallas-based arts organizations who wish to sharpen their skills and strategies to address structural racism and advance racial and cultural equity at their respective organizations. Unlike “diversity trainings” which primarily focus on interpersonal relations and understanding, this training will emphasize how to challenge and change institutional racial inequities.
This workshop is by invitation only and is not open to the public. For more information, please contact Greg Oertel, Programs & Marketing Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TACA’s Racial Equity in the Arts Training is made possible by a grant from the Texas Instruments Foundation.
TACA Perforum is an annual, community-wide arts symposium designed to advance a collective vision for what a thriving arts and cultural community can look like for Dallas and North Texas. Through a conversation facilitated by expert panelists and community discussion, we seek an infusion of ideas to consider debate, explore, and possibly adapt and develop for implementation locally.
More information about the 2019 TACA Perforum is coming soon.
Let’s TACA’bout It is a new quarterly programming series engaging the North Texas community across multiple dimensions of art and culture. Programs will offer intriguing, learning experiences, provide thoughtful conversation and make new connections.
Event passes are available for purchase – purchase information coming soon. Supporters of TACA’s annual giving campaigns (Arts Ambassadors, Founders Circle, Corporate Partners for Party on the Green) from $1,000+ receive two (2) complimentary event passes.