Lace up your sneakers and come join us at HALL Park for a run through the Texas Sculpture Garden and HALL Collection! Afterwards, enjoy many other FREE arts activities with your friends and family, including the UNT Jazz Lab Bands, The Cliburn Red Carpet Performances, and local community artists. It is sure to be a great day at our Frisco Arts Walk and Run on October 6th!
Early bird pricing for the 5K is $35 until Sep. 1st; $30 for Team pricing. Register today!
Join us for a special Frisco Arts Happy Hour, hosted by Dee Lincoln at the Star! We’ll be there on Wednesday September 26th, 5:30-7:30pm. Frisco Arts Members will enjoy complimentary appetizers and a cash bar while networking with arts enthusiasts from all sectors of Frisco and beyond.
RSVP on our website to secure your spot! Click on the “Register” tab to fill in your info.
Not yet a member? Join us today to support our innovative arts programs, advocacy, and scholarships! Visit friscoarts.org to make an annual donation of $50 or more to become an arts advocate with us. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. to check membership status.
See you there!
MEET FRISCO ARTS MEMBER – JASON BEE!
Jason Bee is a Native Texan and the writer, director, producer, and lead actor of the independent film, “DONOVAN”, which captures Jason’s personal struggle of being diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
DONOVAN took “Best Picture” at the Bare Bones International Film Festival as well as “Best Dramatic Feature” and the “Only Human Award” at the Ft Worth Indie Film Showcase. The premiere took place at Angelika Dallas to an audience of 300 people with a Q&A afterwards.
Jason believes that the art of film allows people to connect on a deeper level.
“The arts touches on all human relationships and is the quickest way to evoke emotions. It’s important to explore those emotions, because that’s what connects us. All of us have a struggle, whether it’s a mental illness, a learning disability, addiction, physical challenges, that we must fully embrace to give 100% of ourselves to our loved ones. The arts allow us to share those stories and start the conversation around difficult topics.”
Have a story you want to share about the power of the arts? Contact Executive Director Tammy Meinershagen at email@example.com.
Please give a warm welcome to our new August members and corporate members to the Frisco Arts family! We are thrilled to have more than 40 new champions of the arts join us this month! We hope you’ll get a chance to meet the following members soon:
Jim and Diane Buchanan
Kirt and Linda Hathaway
Korinna and Jon Kirchoff
Geneva and Brian Polster
Phil and Ley Ritz
Juan and Sherrie Salas
Stuart and Lauren Sax
Mary Martha Stinnett
Chamberlain Ballet – Karen Davis
Gordon Private Wealth – Shea and Shannon Gordon
Dr. Greg Greenberg
MV Transportation – Jeffrey Womack
Pardue Group – Ken and Linda Pardue, The Associates Realty
Tumbleweed Texstyles – Brian Wysong and Jeb Matulich
Did you know? Individual membership starts at just $50 to support our programs, advocacy, and scholarships. Corporate donations of $500+/year or $50/month will add your business logo and hyperlink on our home page for the year. Click here to donate and view our growing, diverse membership!
Questions about membership? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks in advance for your support of the arts in Frisco!
CALL FOR ARTISTS
Are you a visual artist in Frisco looking to share your work? Exhibit with the The Visual Arts Guild of Frisco! Their next juried exhibition called Creme de la Creme will be held at the Frisco Discovery Center and runs October 1- November 4th; deadline to submit is September 14.