Arthur Peña’s cultural contribution extends to more than just music, but his contributions to the DIY community have been substantial. He runs Vice Palace, both a warehouse near Trinity Groves and a production contingent by the same name. Over the past year, he’s easily run some of the best shows in Dallas. The punk and noise warehouse shows he held over the summer, including George Quartz’s performance art triptych, especially proved that the Dallas underground is truly thriving. – Dallas Observer, The People Who Made Dallas Music Great in 2014
Featured in “The Contemporaries: Travels in the 21st-Century Art World” written by Roger White and published by Bloomsbury.
the wants and needs of a fearful life
Latino Cultural Center
OTHER CRITERIA (DAMIEN HIRST POP UP SHOP)
Vice Palace receives grant from the city of Dallas to start a cassette tape music label.