A Frank Reaugh Celebration

The Frank Reaugh Art Club will we having its Annual Meeting and Birthday Celebration in the Ohara Room on the 7th floor of the downtown Dallas Public Library on Saturday, December 30th from 11:30 until 1:00pm. The event is free and open to the public.

FRAC was founded in 1922 to celebrate the life of Frank Reaugh (born December 29, 1860) and to encourage artistic endeavors. Bonnie Rea is the president and will chair the meeting. Historian, Bob Reitz, will tell how Reaugh’s legacy insipired a children’s book, an un-published novel, and the beginnings of a play.

The highlight of each meeting encourages anyone either to bring and talk about any material relating to Frank Reaugh or any similar artist of his times.

Also on display, see Frank Reaugh’s painting, “Scene on the Brazos” in the hallway of the the newly renovated 7th floor. In front of the Ohara Room, will be an exhibit on the life of Reaugh drawn from materials in the Dallas/Texas archives curated by staffer, Adriane Pierce.

The celebration is free and all are welcome. Light refreshments will be served.

The library is a located at 1515 Young Street (75201) across the street from Dallas City Hall. Free underground parking is accessed on Wood Street behind the library.

Let’s end the year on a high note by celebrating together all forms of Early Texas Art!

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