Developers Host Pop-Up Gallery Open House For Bishop Arts Project

Ryan Rankin and Travis McCann_Edited

Mural by Ryan Rankin and Travis McCann (Photos: Rachel Stone)

The Nazerian family just broke ground on their mixed-use development in the Bishop Arts District, and to celebrate they are hosting a pop-up gallery from 5:30 to 8:30 tomorrow night. Brothers Michael and Farrokh Nazerian, heads of Exxir Capital, wanted to create a microcosm of the artistic spirit and talent that will be the heart of their 500,000-square-foot project.

Artists featured in this showcase are all local and will be included in the developers’ Bishop Arts Garden. In a way, you can get a preview of what this development is trying to capture when it comes to the heart and spirit of North Oak Cliff’s favorite neighborhood.

Artist Meagan Cope works on a mural featured in the

Artist Meagan Cope works on a mural featured in the Bishop  pop-up gallery hosted by Exxir Capital.

 

When: 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 9
Where: 409 N. Zang, Ste. 101

Artists include Manuel Sarmiento, Carlyn Ray, Chris Bingham, Meagan Cope, Travis Haas, Conroy Walker, Ryan Rankin, Storey Diaz, and Angelique Sarmiento.

Food courtesy of Local Oak, and beers from local breweries Small Brewpub, Bishop Cider Co., Noble Rey Brewing Co., 3 Nations Brewing Co., Peticolas Brewing Co., and Lakewood Brewing Co.

Bishop Arts Gallery Invitation