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Dallas, TX | Preview Tour of Vignette Art Fair

October 12, 2022 | 6:00 pm

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Join ArtTable in Dallas, TX for the exclusive opportunity to experience Vignette Art Fair before the fair officially opens it doors to the public! Jessica Brit Ingle, founder and president of Texas Vignette, will give introductory remarks, followed by a highlights tour with Vicki Meek, Juror of the 2022 edition.

Stick around after the tour for no-host drinks and networking at Meddlesome Moth (1621 Oak Lawn Ave, just a quick drive from the venue)!


  • ArtTable Members – $10
  • Member Guests/Non-Members – $15

Your ticket includes a VIP Pass to the fair.

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Face masks are optional at this program.

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The venue is wheelchair accessible but we do not currently have any seating available (although if that was needed for a guest something can be arranged).

If you would like additional information about accessibility or need particular accommodations for this program, please email Haley at

Vignette Art Fair will be held at Dallas Market Hall, 2200 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas TX 75207. Click here for directions from any location.

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About the Speakers

Jessica Brit Ingle is a curator, writer, and art entrepreneur who has worked nearly fifteen years in various arenas throughout the Texas art scene, including major museums, galleries, and private collections. She is the founder and President of Texas Vignette, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting, promoting, and connecting women in the arts in Texas, and owns Ingle Art Consultancy, an art advising and collection management business. Ingle is also a PhD candidate in Aesthetic Studies at UTD currently working on a dissertation that surveys Texas women photographers, with the goal of publishing her research as part of a four-book series.

Vicki Meek is a nationally recognized artist, curator, writer, and arts advocate with over forty years of arts administrative experience, to include twenty years as the Manager of the South Dallas Cultural Center. She has received a number of grants and honors to include an NEA Grant, the Dallas Observer MasterMind Award, Texas Black Filmmakers Mission Award, Women of Visionary Influence Mentor Award, Dallas Women’s Foundation Maura Award, the African American Museum at Dallas A. Maceo Smith Award for Cultural Achievement and the 2021 Texas Artist of the Year from Art League of Houston. Meek is included in the permanent collections of the African American Museum in Dallas, The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Indiana, Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Serie Art Project in Austin and Norwalk Community College in Norwalk, Connecticut, and is represented by Talley Dunn Gallery in Dallas, Texas.

Image: Photo by Sheryl Lanzel, Courtesy of Vignette Art Fair

Vignette Art Fair

Dallas Market Hall: 2200 N Stemmons Fwy
Dallas, Texas 75207 United States
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