Norman Brown Gallery
$700 per month
Long term rental available December 31, 2019
|Square Footage||740 sq. ft.|
|Ceiling Height||14 ft.|
|Accessibility|| Accessible parking
|Parking||Onsite parking (free)|
Gallery track lighting
|Walls|| Sheetrocked and smooth
|Other Qualities||Outdoor area|
Visual Arts, Photography, Film/Video
The Norman Brown Gallery (740 sq. ft.) at 14001 Goldmark Drive has been exclusively allocated for the display of organized art exhibitions, installed for a period of approximately one month at a time. This dedicated gallery space is available for the exhibitions of both Goldmark and non-Goldmark artists. Exhibition proposals are reviewed by the Goldmark Gallery Committee, which consists of Goldmark artists.
$700 per month
All exhibitions are only 1 month in duration.
Exhibition proposals must be reviewed and approved by the Goldmark Gallery Committee.
Artists are solely responsible for transporting, installing, and uninstalling their artwork and title labels. The Goldmark Cultural Center does not provide insurance for artists' personal property or possessions.
Rules & Regulations
Compressed flammable gases are not permitted on the premises
Toxic materials or chemicals are not permitted on the premises
The serving of alcohol or food is not permitted on the premises
The proposal process for the Brown Gallery is conducted annually, thus exhibitions typically need to be booked one year in advance. All exhibition proposals are reviewed by the Goldmark Gallery Committee.
Goldmark Cultural Center
13999 Goldmark Dr, Dallas, TX 75240, USA
The Goldmark Cultural Center: Artspace & Studios serves the North Texas art community by providing private studio and work spaces to artists and craftsmen for rent below cost. The Goldmark Cultural Center consists of two buildings of two floors each, at 13999 and 14001 Goldmark Drive. Private studio spaces of various sizes and layout comprise most of the square footage of both buildings.
In addition, the Goldmark Cultural Center offers a large workshop rental space for instructional classes, workshops, and lectures.
Lastly, the Goldmark Cultural Center’s John H. Milde Gallery and Norman Brown Gallery are exclusively dedicated to the display of curated art exhibitions, installed for four weeks at a time.
Since its establishment in December 2017, the Goldmark Cultural Center’s development and evolution has been largely determined by the needs of the Goldmark artists themselves, ensuring that the entire endeavor remains a collaborative, community driven effort at all levels.
Typically open 10am to 5pm on weekdays. Please call ahead to ensure someone will be available to let you in, as entry to the buildings typically requires keyed access. Weekends by appointment only.
Free parking lot available onsite (278 parking spaces).
Stop #26718 on DART Bus Route 360 is located just fifty feet north of the Goldmark Cultural Center.
The nearest DART Light Rail station is at Spring Valley and 75.
Gently sloping ramps provide easy access to the front entrances of both buildings. Passenger elevators provide easy access to the second floor of each building. Although both buildings are nominally ADA compliant due to grandfathering under old ADA code, they lack more modern ADA features.
Exterior doors are locked 24/7 and only accessible by keyed entry. Automatic magnetic locks on the exterior doors provide a further layer of security overnight (8pm to 8am).
Security cameras cover all entrances and main hallways.