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Invited for the first time to take place in the expansive Dallas Arts District, the Aurora 2011 exhibition included over 95 national and regional artists and 103 installations, spanning from the Crow Collection down to the One Arts Plaza. On October 28th, 2011 over 15,000 people joined in on the second annual night of Aurora, an evening of engaging art projection, light and sound.

Joshua King: Homage,
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Adela Andea, Matthew Armstrong, Clay Austin, Paul Baker, Neno Belchev, Mary Benedicto, Angel Cabrales, Dwayne Carter, Simple Civilian, Will Cotten, June Covington, Isaac Davies, Jashua Davies, Jerod Davies, Emily Donjuan (Sour Grapes/Blushing Dames, Wanz Dover, Wanda Dye, Element X Creative, Beau Ethridge, Monica Fleming, Sergio Garcia, Jordan Glazer, Stephen Hartzler, Mari Hidalgo, Nicole Cullum Horn, Scott Horn, Etty Horowitz, Daniel Huffman, Niloo Jalilvand, Thor Johnson, Joshua King, Kyle Kondas, Chris Lattanzio, Michael Christopher Matson, Scogin Mayo, Jermey Mckane, Juile Mckendrick, Phillip Mcvean, Shane Mecklenburger, Carmen MenzaMark Menza, Courtney Miles, Kevin Obregon, Clay Pendergrass, Shane Pennington, Randy Potts, Peter Rand, Patrick Emile, Thomas Rose, Brittany Ransom, Don Relyea, Reid Robinson, Nick Roden, Edward Ruiz, Hal Samples, Heather Noel Simpson, Brad Ford Smith, SourGrapes, Edward Setina, Janan Siam, Alison Starr, Kris Swenson, Erik Lee Thompson, Tramaine Townsend, UT Arlington School of Architecture, University of Texas at Brownsville, Vj S(eye), WaterFall, Lizzy Wetzel


Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Virgen de Guadelupe Cathedral, AT&T Performing Arts Center, One Arts Plaza, Meyerson Symphony Center