In 2010, Aurora presented its inaugural event, including works by 40 local artists in the setting of the Dallas Heritage Village. The exhibition offered an evening of free, accessible, and fun contemporary art for the city of Dallas to enjoy alongside the Cedars Open Studios.
Buildings became projection screens; streets and courtyards morphed into art galleries; and steel, glass, and concrete pulsed and reverberate, transforming Dallas’ most historic neighborhood into a mega-surround-sound system and uncommon art studio.
Monte Martin, Michael Ledoux, Peter Rand, Mike Galvin, Joshua King, Frankie Garcia, Renee Vandevere, Chris Lattanzio, David Van Ness, Will Cotten, Kristi Wipperfurth, Phillip McVean, Jeremy McKane, Stephen Hartzler, Hal Samples, Carlos Perez, Julie Shipp, Tony Collins, Richard Bettinger, Shane Pennington, Ricardo Paniagua, June Covington, Tremaine Townsend, Loran Thrasher, Scott Hartzler, Erik Thompson, Angel Cabrales, Jim Bowman, Mikki Mallow, Nikki McQueen, Albert Sherbarth, Scogin Mayo, Binary Sound Machine, Krooks
Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Virgen de Guadelupe Cathedral, AT&T Performing Arts Center, One Arts Plaza, Meyerson Symphony Center
Dallas Heritage Village, Wiedamark Led & Fiber Optic Systems, Architectural Lighting Associates, Dallas Camera, 4 Dog Studios, Buy Led, Moderndallas.weekly, Lee Harvey’s