Cynthia Mulcahy

Exhibitions

War Garden, United States of America 1917-2017, Talley Dunn Gallery

Biography

Born 1966 Irving, Texas

Lives and works in Dallas, Texas

Education

1992 Rice University Publishing Program, Rice University
1991 B.A. History, Texas Tech University, Lubbock Texas, 1991 (magna cum laude)

Grants And Awards

2017

Public Art Grant for A Field Guide to Flora and Fauna of Southern Dallas, City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs

2015

Public Art Grant for Performance as Gesture: Songs for a City Park, City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs

2011

Idea Fund Grant for Square Dance: A Community Project, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

Solo Exhibitions

2018 War Garden, United States of America 1917-2017, Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2017

A Field Guide to Flor a and Fauna of Southern Dallas, public art project in fly-poster form, Dallas, Texas

2015

 

 

Performance as Gesture: Songs for a City Park, research-based public art project: publication and site-specific evening of musical performances in the Japanese Garden of public city park Kidd Springs Park, Dallas, Texas
Kite Boy video projection, collaboration with Robert Hamilton, Meyerson Symphony Center, Aurora festival, Meyerson section curated by Berlin-based curator Carson Chan, Dallas Arts District, Dallas, Texas

2014

Lupinus texensis: uma ação (Texas Lupines, an action) conceptual action, collaboration with artist Robert Hamilton and the Biblioteca Parque da Rocinha in the streets of the Rocinha favela community, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Archive, exhibition devoted to the documentation of the temporary public artwork, Seventeen Hundred Seeds, collaboration with artist Robert Hamilton, Epitome Institute, San Antonio, Texas

2013

1700 Seeds Workshop, participatory workshop, collaboration with Robert Hamilton, Biblioteca Parque da Rocinha and Rocinha favela community, sponsored by the Brazilian government, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Montgomery to Selma: An Action, conceptual action, collaboration with Robert Hamilton, Voting Rights Trail, Alabama
Food, group exhibition curated by Iris Bechtol, Eastfield College, Mesquite, Texas

2012

Seventeen Hundred Seeds, collaboration with artist Robert Hamilton, temporary public artwork in a vacant city block, Dallas, Texas

2011

Square Dance: A Community Project, temporary public art project, collaboration with curator Leila Grothe, Trinity River Audubon Center, Dallas, Texas