Events & Shows


Mark Your Calendars:
Link to Events
  • Monday March 29 – 9am and 4pm Texas Title show Switch Out!
  • Sunday April 2 – Meet the Artists of TRAVEL Exhibit 3p – 5p at Frisco Dental Studio
  • April 13-15 – En Plein Air Frisco 2023 Paint Out in Frisco Parks
  • Saturday April 15 – En Plein Air awards reception and sale 6p-9p at The Grove at Frisco Commons
  • Monday April 17 – Monthly Meeting at the Gallery 8680 7p – 9p (doors open 6:30p)
  • Sunday April 23 – Meet the Artists of Fresh Start Exhibit 3p – 5p at Sweetwaters Frisco
  • Tuesday April 25 – Frisco Fastpacs Empty Bowls event 7p – 9p at Verona Villa 6591 Dallas Pkwy, Frisco, Texas 75034
  • Sunday May 7 – Frisco Dental Studio show Switch Out! 2p -3p
  • Sunday May 14 – Sweetwaters Frisco show Switch Out! 2p-3p
  • Monday May 15 – Monthly Meeting at the Gallery 8680 7p – 9p (doors open 6:30p)
  • Thursday May 25 – Meet the Artists of A Place to Call Home Exhibit and Awards! 5:30p – 7:30p at Texas Title Frisco
  • June 1 – Texas Title Frisco show Switch Out 9am – 10 & 4pm – 5pm

Upcoming Events & Shows

Visual Arts Guild of Frisco is hosting a monthly membership meeting at the Gallery 8680 (8680 Main St. Frisco, TX) Monday April 17, 2023. Doors open at 6:30p, meeting starts at 7p.

* Our VAGF Member-Artists are encouraged to bring a small-to-medium piece of art for Artist of the Month judging.

The meeting is free for members, while guests are encouraged to make a $10 donation at the door.

*Refreshments will be served*

Welcome our guest speaker, named the “Spirit of Frisco” by the Frisco Chamber of Commerce, Tammy Meinershagen is the first Asian-American to serve on Frisco City Council and is well-known for her positive impact in the community. A professionally trained pianist and violinist, Tammy served as Chair of the Frisco Arts Foundation, Public Art Board, and Texas Music Teachers Association. She also served on the 2015 Citizen Bond Committee and the Frisco Council of PTA’s as the first Multicultural Chair.

Topic: “The Intersection of the Arts and Public Service.”