Scott Horn is an artist and community activist, dedicated to enhancing the civic and cultural life of Dallas, Texas. A jack-of-all-trades, Horn is a full-time event designer, installation and gallery artist, and sits on the Public Art Committee for the City of Dallas. Past affiliations include eight years serving at all levels of Art Conspiracy, including curator and auction overseer. Horn founded the Spare Parts Art Initiative, an innovative small-scale public art project focused on the Fort Worth Avenue Corridor. He curated and managed the Magnolia Gallery from 2006-2012, and has created installation art for La Reunion TX, AURORA Dallas, and CorinthPark.
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Events/Exhibitions CHAOS, RO2 Downtown, June 2014 21 Helmets Project, Austin Motor Speedway, April 2014 Big Hair & Sparkly Pants, Webb Gallery, February 2014 The Florence Project, Webb Gallery, November 2013 Art for Advocacy, Fashion Industry Gallery, November 2013 AURORA Dallas, Arts District Installation, October 2013
CHAOS, RO2 Downtown, June 2013
I Can See Myself, Kettle Gallery, September 20, 2012
A Very Formal Goodbye, Rising Gallery, May 2012
AURORA Dallas, Arst District installation, October 2011
CRAVE** Get Yr Art Fix, Group Show, September 2010
Midnite Snacks, Chicago IL, March 2010
Make Space For Art, Drastic Plastic installation, Juried group show, February - May 2010
FuNcTiOn, Co-curator and event designer for group art show, 11/21/2009
BASE, High Five installastion with Nicole Cullum Horn, Nov 2008
FROM THE VAULTS! Pink HouseBrave&SmallRed Balloon to-do First three ndependent art shows thrown at the Pink House in Lawrence, KS. We were primarily a music enterprise, but we expanded our horizons and I fell back in love with visual art.