When and where
Off The Wall will be held Saturday, April 4 at 6:30 at Dallas Center for Photography.
How it works
We will be featuring 75 framed fine art photographs donated by local photographers. Your individual $125 Art Ticket guarantees that you’ll take one of the photos home with you. There are 75 Art Tickets for 75 pieces of art. Starting at 7:30pm, names will be drawn at random and when your name is called you can choose any piece that hasn’t already been spoken for.
Can I bring a guest?
Yes. An Art + Guest ticket is $150 which allows you to bring one guest to the event but take home only one piece of art. If you’d like your guest to have a piece of art then you’ll need to buy an Art Ticket for them.
Can I bring more than one guest?
The Art + Guest ticket allows for only one guest. For more people in your party you’ll have to buy additional Art Tickets or Art + Guest tickets. If you’d like each person in your party to have a piece of art then you’ll need to buy an Art Ticket for each of them.
Can I come as just a guest?
No. Individuals must buy an Art Ticket for $125.
How long does the event last?
Doors open at 6:30pm and we’ll start randomly drawing names at 7:30pm. The last names will be called at around 9:00pm.
Can I take my art “off the wall” as soon as my name is called?
We’ll have breaks when you’ll be able collect your framed piece with the help of one of our art assistants.
Do I need to bring my printed ticket?
A printed ticket is helpful but an electronic proof of purchase on your phone will do just fine.
Is there food and drink?
Oh yes! We’ll have delicious appetizers from Mi Cocina and cocktails by On the Rocks.
I can’t attend but I’d still like to support the photographic arts in North Texas.
If you’re not able to attend the event but would like to make a donation to support DCP and the North Texas photographic community, please visit here. We appreciate your support.
Are tickets refundable?
Tickets are non-refundable but you’re welcome to pass the ticket(s) along to a friend. DCP is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, so any unused tickets are fully tax-deductible.