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           Cynthia Mulcahy will be the featured speaker at the Dallas Area Society of Historians speakers series
           at Southern Methodist University on
December 8, 2017: Topics in Dallas History: Public Dances, Segregated
           Parks, and a Forgotten Garden.
For more info: Dallas Area Society of Historians

           Cynthia Mulcahy's work is now represented by Talley Dunn Gallery in Dallas. Works on paper from War Garden,
           Mulcahy's recent body of work that examines the US war machine, will be included in THIS IS NOW, a group exhibition
           of gallery artists kicking off the fall season that opens Saturday, August 26th, 2017. For more info, please follow this
           link to the gallery website:



          Spring 2017

           Cynthia Mulcahy will be one of the artist participants in Community Innovation Lab, a four-month long project 

           looking at the issue of food security in Dallas.
CIL is a project by Ignite Arts Dallas, Hunt Institute for Engineering
           and Humanities at SMU, Embrey Family Foundation, EmcArts, Big Thought and MAP.

           Fall 2016
           Cynthia Mulcahy will be one of the invited artists, designers and thinkers of
New Cities Future Ruins, a curatorial
           initiative by Gavin Kroeber convening in Dallas in November 2016. New Cities Future Ruins website


           Kite Boy
, a video work collaboration between Cynthia Mulcahy and Robert Hamilton, will be included in Berlin curator
           Carson Chan's section of Aurora at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in the Dallas Arts District on October
           16th, 2015.  More information at

                 Aurora 2015 will be held in the Dallas Arts District, October 16th.


Kite Boy, 2008-2015, single-channel video, 3:24 minutes, courtesy the artists.

         Seventeen Hundred Seeds is featured in the newly published MAP The Workbook.
        Texas in Practice: Contemporary Movements in Socially Engaged Art

       Essay by Leila Grothe.
                * Link to publication: (pages 25-29): The Workbook



     +   On February 27th, 2014, Cynthia Mulcahy will lead a table discussion as part of the Nasher Sculpture Center's Gallery Lab Dinner and Dialogue
          series for artist lauren woods' presentation of her new media sculpture Dallas Drinking Fountain #1.   To attend, please rsvp to the Nasher
          Sculpture Center.


      +   Images of 1700 Seeds Workshop by Robert Hamilton and Cynthia Mulcahy, sponsored by the government of Brazil, on August 29th, 2013 in the
           Rocinha favela community at the Biblioteca da Rocinha, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


   All images and content copyright Cynthia Mulcahy.