Bill DeOre ’65 Beyond the Big Shootout, September 12 – December 20, 2019.
Bill DeOre shared the Dallas Morning newsroom with author Mark McDonald, while both also served as volunteer coaches in youth sports. It follows then, that the “seasoned” duo would once again connect on a project related to … what else … sports history.
Mark McDonald’s book Beyond The Big Shootout, takes a trip through that 1969 epic of a football game between the University of Arkansas and Texas, which was a heartbreaking 15-14 loss on national TV that was attended by President Richard Nixon and covered by newspapers from coast to coast. The exhibition will include Bill’s illustrations from the book, as well as other works from the Jesuit Dallas Museum collection. Bill DeOre and Mark McDonald will be in attendance for the book signing at the opening on September 12, 2019.
Jesuit Dallas Museum @ Jesuit College Prep Historical Library, Front Entrance 12345 Inwood Road Dallas, TX 75244 Thursday, September 12, 2019 6-8 p.m. Artist & Writer to speak at 6:30 p.m. Wine, beer, beverages, and appetizers.
Thursday, March 28, 2019, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the Historical Library. Artist to speak at 6:00 pm.Free wine, beer, beverages, and hors d'oeuvres.
RSVP to Museum Director, Elizabeth Hunt Blanc email@example.com or 972-387-8700 ext 383
WPA ARTISTS IN THE JESUIT DALLAS MUSEUM COLLECTION
To liaison with the Fine Arts Department and Jesuit’s production of the play The Grapes of Wrath, the JDM created the exhibition, WPA Artists in the Jesuit Dallas Museum Collection. Artists from the collection that participated in the WPA, Federal Art Project (1935 – 43) of the WPA (Works Progress Administration) were, Will Barnet, Herbert Bayer, Riva Helfond, Chet LaMore, Russell Limbach, and Beatrice Mandelman.
THE BUILDERS, THE GREAT HUMAN RACE, JOHN L. DOYLE, (1939 – 2010)
Hall of Honors
The purpose of The Builders is to show how man’s ideas and concepts relate to the structures of The Great Human Race and his reflects his fascination with the human condition. The artist described himself as an “image maker,” a person devoted to producing visual conceptions. Many of his works have a historical or architectural perspective that derives from careful observation and research.